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Living Meditation: Embodying the Sacred
with Thomas Huebl
REGISTRATION FOR THIS COURSE IS NOW CLOSED
Course Sessions begin at*
9:00am L.A. / 12:00pm N.Y. / 6:00pm Berlin
*except Course Session 1, which will begin at
11:30am L.A. / 2:30pm N.Y. / 8:30pm Berlin
Living Meditation is a uniquely contemplative course, designed to lead you into deeper states of inner connection, stillness and insight.
Is your meditation practice fresh, or does it sometimes feel like a habit?
Do you occasionally skip meditation when you get too busy?
Perhaps you’ve struggled with sitting still or wondered if you’re doing it “right” (maybe you’re technically sitting, but you feel your mind is anything but calm….)
Meditation is a deep immersion into the divine nature of life that goes beyond our typical understanding of reality. Meditation can be a source for inspiration, a quiet place to discover meaningful insights that we can apply in the context of our lives.
The course includes six LIVE 2-hour video sessions with Thomas, with teaching, guided meditations, and Q&A. The sessions are recorded and available on the course website afterwards.
When you’re in a course with Thomas, you get more than the information taught in the sessions. Thomas becomes your teacher and guide, holding you in an energetic transmission that supports your transformation for the entire duration of the course.
You’ll also experience the power of learning from and belonging to a global community of fellow practitioners. The course includes six live mentor sessions, facilitated by senior students, where you can receive support and get your questions answered in between sessions with Thomas. You’ll also have access to a community website to share experiences and insights with fellow participants throughout the course.
We hope you’ll join Thomas and a worldwide community for this uniquely contemplative course!
Thomas Hübl is a modern mystic, a spiritual teacher whose work integrates the core insights of the great wisdom traditions with the discoveries of contemporary science, illuminating both with his profound understanding.
Thomas’ teachings offer a unique approach for living as a mystic in the “marketplace” of human activity. His work combines transformational processes that address trauma and shadow issues, somatic awareness practices, advanced meditative practices, and a sophisticated analysis of cultural architecture. His teachings aim to guide practitioners toward a deeper level of self-awareness—from an ego-centered worldview to a life of authentic expression, service, and alignment.