Healing Collective Trauma


Self-help / Psychology


Thomas Hübl

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272 pages
6 x 9 inches

A Process for Integrating Our Intergenerational and Cultural Wounds

A comprehensive guide to understanding and addressing collective trauma.

Whether or not we have experienced personal trauma, we are all—in very real ways—impacted by the legacy of familial and cultural suffering. Recent research has shown that trauma affects groups just as acutely as it does individuals; it bridges families, generations, communities, and borders. “I believe that unresolved systemic traumas delay the development of the human family, harm the natural world, and inhibit the higher evolution of our species,” writes Thomas Hübl. However, just as trauma can be integrated and healed for a single person, groups large and small can also find recovery. With Healing Collective Trauma, this world-renowned spiritual teacher presents a hopeful road map to mending the mind, body, and soul.

Here, Hübl explains the most recent science of trauma and shares the principles of his Collective Trauma Integration Process (CTIP), a protocol he has facilitated for groups in the US, Germany, Israel, and elsewhere. He examines collective trauma both from the perspective of the latest research and through a spiritual lens informed by 15 years as a meditation teacher.

Thomas Hübl

Thomas Hübl is a modern mystic and internationally renowned spiritual teacher whose work integrates the core insights of the great wisdom traditions with the discoveries of contemporary science. Combining somatic awareness, meditation, and transformational practices, Hübl facilitates large-scale group change processes, and leads workshops, retreats, and training programs in the US and internationally. For more, see thomashuebl.com.
Agence Schweiger

Agence Schweiger