Practice Groups

Practice Groups for Collective Learning

Through the Pocket Project, students of Thomas Hübl can join local Practice Groups that come together regularly to focus on the key skills of presence, relating, witnessing, and Transparent Communication. Group members support each other to apply these key skills in their everyday lives, and to process the challenges that arise naturally when doing that.

Groups also consider current topics, share life issues, engage in dialogues, and explore Thomas Hübl’s teachings. Regular practice with a supportive community allows for collective learning and a deeper embodied understanding.

Visit the Pocket Project website for more information and to see the list of active practice groups around the world.

Practice Group Leader Training

Would you like to participate in facilitating the evolution of embodied spiritual practice utilizing conscious relational skill building, contemplative practices, and mystical principles?

Join us for the next Practice Group Leader Training (PGLT). In this training, you will develop your skills in Transparent Communication in leading groups and learn to help others to do the same.

Practice Group gatherings are containers where one can develop competencies to explore the leading edge of personal and collective transformation. These groups are an opportunity for members to deepen their practice of Transparent Communication – ways of being more fully present and of communicating authentically – which can open our awareness of deeper dimensions of our inner reality and change our relationships. Group meetings might also include the presencing of current events and subjects of interest to the group.

This is not a training that teaches Collective / Individual trauma healing processes, and Practice Groups are not therapy groups.

The Practice Group Leader Training is held online and consists of three 3-day workshops over a period of several months.

The PGLT will be offered twice in 2024, with one cohort starting in January and another starting in May.

Dates will be announced soon. Applications will be accepted starting in mid-September, 2023.

Visit the Pocket Project website for more information about Practice Groups.