PRESENCING COLLECTIVE CHALLENGES – NEW PERSPECTIVES AND NEW COMPETENCIES
How can we develop new competencies in facing cultural and collective trauma, conflict and difficult life situations?
Come join us for a day long healing workshop on October 8th from 9:30am-5:30pm with spiritual teacher, Thomas Hubl!
Thomas Hübl is a world-‐renowned contemporary spiritual teacher of uncompromising clarity, whose work reveals the enlightened potential of a new form of humanity, which he calls a ‘we-‐culture’, accessible to us all. His international workshops, his three-‐year Timeless Wisdom trainings, his large-‐scale annual summer gathering and his online courses have guided thousands of people worldwide to a deeper level of self-‐awareness and personal responsibility – a radical transcendence of an ego-‐centred worldview which opens the doorway to a profound life of authentic expression, service and alignment with the Absolute.
As well as his profound work with individuals, working with collective healing is a core part of his work. In recent years he has led large-‐scale healing events, bringing together over a thousand Germans and Israelis to address the ongoing wounds of World War Two.
He has shown us time and again how trauma crystallizes itself, how it is passed down through generations, and the work that necessary to release this process and presence a new future. (www.thomashuebl.com)
“The unresolved traumas in various cultures are again bursting open at many hotspots on earth. Humanity is literally crying out for new developments that enable us to work through our cultural traumas. If we do not succeed in this, the traumas that have not been integrated will force us to repeat the corresponding traumatic experiences again and again. This principle applies to the further development of the world as well as to the individual journey of healing. The cultural shadows are globally massively seeking to be brought to light and redeemed. It is now up to us to develop suitable collective containers that allow us to guide the collective scars toward integration.”
– Thomas Hübl 2014
We want to explore the competencies that can grow out of conflict areas, and how we can cultivate them in order to create an excellence in crisis resolution. These competencies can develop naturally as a consequence of living in such an area as The Middle East, and then given as a gift back to the world. What special competencies can we develop so that trauma doesn’t become a recurrent pattern, passed on from one generation to the next?
Join us as we create an intense and learning space together in this increasingly volatile time.
Watch a short video in which Thomas speaks about the workshop.
Holy Land Trust Office
Manger St., Hosh Hanania
TIME: 9.30am to 5.30pm
COST: 60 NIS (Lunch and snacks are provided)