Shridhare, Lori: “Collective Trauma – Harvard Longwood Campus workshops explore trauma, resilience.” Harvard Medical School News (June 17, 2020), About a three-part webinar series in May and early June for Harvard staff, guided by Thomas Hübl
Shridhare, Lori: “‘I have to take care of myself first’: the online support group helping doctors deal with trauma“, Positive News UK (May 26, 2020). About a healthcare workers support project during the pandemic crisis initiated by Thomas Hübls’s Pocket Project for Collective and Intergenerational Trauma Integration.
Gemma D’Auria, Nicolai Chen Nielsen, Sasha Zolley: “Tuning in, turning outward: Cultivating compassionate leadership in a crisis“. McKinsey Quarterly (May 1, 2020), part of an article series Leadership in a crisis: Responding to the coronavirus outbreak and future challenges. This article is the result of a collaborative effort with external contributors: among others Thomas Hübl.
Hübl, T.: “Deepening our Collective Roots.” Tricycle (March 13, 2020) In: Practicing in a Pandemic – Six new teachings on how to find compassion and equanimity in a time of great uncertainty, Gesshin Claire Greenwood, Radhule Weininger, Jack Kornfield, Koshin Paley Ellison, Thomas Hübl, and Duncan Ryuken Williams. By Taylor Plimpton
Shridhare, Lori: “A New Initiative Grapples with Collective Traumas“, Tricycle (August 22, 2019). About Global Social Witnessing and the Pocket Project for Collective and Intergenerational Trauma Integration, initiated by Thomas Hübl.
Hübl, T. “Toward the Integration of Collective Trauma in a Time of Exponential Change.” Spanda (2017, page 75ff.), An exploration of multi-perceptivity, global citizenship, and conscious approaches to integrating trauma work in order to reawaken into a higher state of co-relating in the present circumstances. (In English)
Hübl, T., & Avritt, J. J. “Thomas Hübl’s The Pocket Project: Facilitating the Integration of Collective Trauma.” Kosmos (2017, Spring | Summer) This article outlines Thomas Hübl’s work in group coherence, healing processes, and the value of addressing shadow work through collective and conscious structures. (In English)
Hübl, T., & Ury, W. “New Approaches to Healing Collective Conflict and Trauma: Our Responsibility as Global Citizens.” Kosmos (2017, Spring | Summer). Thomas Hübl and William Ury in conversation on the topics of collective trauma, the impact of modern technology, and inner wisdom. (In English)
Hübl, T. Mystik im Alltag: Gespräche zwischen Thomas Hübl und Stephan Breidenbach (Mysticism in Everyday Life: Talks Between Thomas Hübl and Stephan Breidenbach). A dialogue between Thomas Hübl and the jurist and entrepreneur Prof. Stephan Breidenbach on mystical principles in everyday life. Published by Stephan Breidenbach, 2016, paperback, 120pp. (In German. Also available in Spanish and Chinese, the English translation is in progress.)
Hübl, T. The Power of We: Awakening in the Relational Field, [CD]. Colorado: Sounds True, 2014. This audio CD includes more than seven hours of teachings to penetrating insights, accessible wisdom, and practical tools that help integrate spirituality into work, love, and life. (In English)
Hübl, T. Sharing the Presence: Wo warst du bis Jetzt? (Where Have You Been Until Now?), J. Kamphausen Verlag, 2009. Paperback 329 pp. In this book, Thomas articulates a holistic approach that considers all life issues as an expression of the ever-present timeless wisdom. More information about this book is available here: Pressemitteilung Kamphausen-Verlag. (In German)
“Awakening and The Power of ‘We’: An Interview with Thomas Hübl. Banyen Books & Sound Vancouver, April 5, 2015.
“The Shadows Are Calling Us: An Interview with Thomas Hübl. Awakening the Bay, April 2011.
“In the Spotlight: Systemic Constellation Work Meets Mystical Principles: A Conversation between Stephen Hausner and Thomas Hübl.” The Knowing Field, The International Constellations Journal 2016: 29-34. The Knowing Field. Web. Accessed 04 April 2018.
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Praise for Thomas’s Work
Thomas is a teacher in full. He embodies a vivid, piercing, utterly contemporary intelligence with the depth of ancient learning. A modern mystic, a profound heart, and a depth of compassion that bids his listener’s own hearts to open. Gentle, searching, and true – his leadership evokes at once a sense of loving connection and a thrilling invitation to expand.
Thomas is a transformative teacher whose presence, skill and love awaken and empower the natural healer in us all and as a collective. His work is on the leading edge of evolution of the practical application of the science and wisdom for healing trauma to create a connected and sustainable world.
Thomas Hübl’s exploration of collective trauma strikes at a core issue confronting our modern civilization.