Thomas Hübl is a contemporary spiritual teacher, who practices mysticism in his own life, and also imparts it to others, in a manner that is entirely in keeping with the times. His work integrates the essence of the great traditions of wisdom with scientific knowledge and his own personal experience. His work, which he executes with uncompromising clarity, leads to the birth of new 'we-cultures'.
He has the special gift of truly understanding people and being able to apply the timeless knowledge that has been revealed to him when engaging with them enabling people to gain a deeper dimension of self-awareness and responsibility.
This radical transcendence of the ego-centric world view opens the door to a depth of authentic expression, to service to the world, and to a focus on the absolute.
Thomas Hübl has devoted his life to the task of exploring awareness and supporting others in their quest for greater awareness. His work has world-wide resonance.
What does it mean to be a "healing" practitioner in the 21st century – and how can timeless mystical knowledge deepen our understanding of the science of healing?
"Healing at the Evolutionary Edge: Attuning to New Possibilities for Individual and Collective Transformation". Thomas Hübl presented this live seminar on September 17.
The full 90-minute video recording is now available!
Thomas explored: what does it mean to be a "healer" in the 21st century — and how can timeless mystical knowledge deepen our understanding of the science of healing?
"Our mission is to stop the vicious cycle of recurring collective trauma and ultimately integrate and reduce its effects in our global culture."
Collective trauma work has a long tradition in Thomas Hübl’s work. It is his one of his core competences and one of his main concerns. In particular, the processing of the Holocaust and the relationship between Germans and Israelis is a focus.
So far, there have been four Healing Events, most recently in 2010, in Berlin. 900 people came to the Free University to direct their attention to the healing and integration of collective shadows of the German-Jewish history - that are still passed on from generation to generation.
To the left: "Should we be honest?" - Video from the festival
The Celebrate Life Festival 2016 is now over, but the impulse of the festival is still held by more than 1,100 participants, including 120 youth, from all over the world in 26 countries.
These ten intense and creative days in a unique community surely resonate in everyone who was there and will lead to powerful action. It was an event full of presence, rich with intensive exchanges and meetings.
We'd like to invite you to a meditation practice that was introduced at the Celebrate Life Festival 2015.
'5 Minutes a Day' contemplates a current news item: the practice is meant to playfully integrate into everyday meditation practice in a holistic way via news items from multiple sources. To the left you see an example of an impulse for this contemplation.
Many of us feel overwhelmed by the latest news of terror attacks, and we tend to keep us away from it or deal with it only rationally. We often block emotional and physical reactions. ...
The theme of Mystical Principles has been emerging over the last years.
It is a study of: