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May. 1, 2022
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Opening to Our Humanity and Resilience In a Time of Upheaval

The effects of the war in Ukraine are being felt all over Europe as the neighboring nations try to accommodate the influx of refugees and prepare for escalating conflicts in the region. In less than two months, over 4 million people have fled Ukraine and 10 million had to leave their homes, joining over 82 million displaced people worldwide due to conflict. The war also brings a resurgence of collective trauma. Old wounds and unintegrated experiences of conflict and oppression are painfully reemerging from the depths of our bodies and psyches

Join teacher and author Thomas Hübl in exploring with a worldwide community how to recognize the architecture of collective and intergenerational trauma in our lives and to begin to find healing paths for its painful cycles. This event will include time for live Q&A with select participants.

Sunday, May 1, 2022
9–10:30am PDT
Find the time in your time zone

This event is by donation.
Suggested donation is $20

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