The Oprah Daily blog just featured books on trauma. Among them is the book “Healing Collective Trauma” by Thomas Hübl. And nine other top-notch works.
We are very pleased about this, as it helps to spread knowledge on this important topic. Because: No matter how private or personal, trauma cannot belong solely to a family, or even to that family’s intricate ancestral tree. The consequences of trauma seep across communities, regions, lands, and nations.
“If You Want to Understand the Spiritual Dimension of Collective Pain: Healing Collective Trauma, by Thomas Hübl”, says Elise Loehnen on Oprah Daily.
“Trauma is a big, cultural buzzword, which suggests that we’re rapidly becoming a more trauma-informed society—that said, even as it’s casually thrown around as a term, it’s a highly nuanced concept. Its etymology is ‘wound,’ and there are many iterations: deep, collective ones, as well as both glancing and insidious individual harms. Below, books for every variation and application.”