Books by Thomas Hübl
Thomas Hübl shares a bold and empowering guide for anyone committed to the healing of our struggling world. The book begins with a compelling exploration of the “relational field,” the intersubjective realm of human experience. From there, he offers practical guidance on how we can process individual, ancestral, and collective trauma, and use the multifaceted tool of transparent communication to enliven and deepen our relationship with all beings.
By embracing our interdependence, we can activate what is needed to respond and evolve through the challenges of our age. “It may take only a small number of us,” writes Hübl, “to establish a new level of collective coherence—to share our light, heal our wounds, and realize the unawakened potential of our world.”
Attuned will be published September 12, 2023 by Sounds True.
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“A unique guide to reconnection and coherence with self and universe, past and present…informed by science, philosophy, and theology.”
— Gabor Maté, MD, Author, The Myth of Normal
“Offers pragmatic methods to help heal trauma in this world. We can't do it alone and it's never too late to start with this practical guide.”
— Sharon Salzberg, Author of Lovingkindness and Real Life
Healing Collective Trauma
In this important and timely book, Thomas Hübl explores the symptoms, habits, unconscious social agreements, and cultural shadows that lead to unhealed collective suffering, while offering new possibilities for how we can shed light in the darkness and come together in revolutionary ways to directly address our generational and cultural wounds.
As we grapple with the volatility and threats of current events – climate change, a global pandemic, institutional racism, political polarization – Healing Collective Trauma is intended to offer a roadmap for understanding the core antecedents of our times and to present inspiring remedies to help us heal and restore ourselves, our communities, and our world.
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“Brilliant, compassionate and practical support for collective healing in a traumatized world.”
— Jack Kornfield PhD., Author, A Path With Heart
“Hübl has woven a poetic and profound journey for us to consider new ways of understanding and healing our collectively waiting world."
— Daniel J. Siegel, MD, Author of Aware and Brainstorm; Clinical Professor, UCLA School of Medicine
The book has been translated into German, Dutch, Spanish, Croatian, Finnish, and Korean, with plans for future publication in Chinese, Hungarian, and Hebrew.