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.
The theme of Mystical Principles has been emerging over the last years.
It is a study of:
VIDEO: "Relating to the Increasing Pain in the World"
'The process of change - how can we connect to our future potential?
'Listening to the future is like listening to music that is less loud than the music of today.'
This is a joyful talk with Kosha Joubert and the audience at the ' Global Ecovillage Network Summit' GEN+20 in July 2015 at the Findhorn Foundation Community in Scotland.
From Sunday, December 27, 2015 to Sunday January 3, 2016
This year the retreat will take place again in Israel, a country with thousands of years of mystical traditions.
We will explore together what it means to bring the radical fire of mysticism into our contemporary world, and bring the possibility of healing and transformation to where it is needed most.
Working with this intention together in the energy field of Israel – where mysticism is literally 'in the air' – brings a special intensity that can allow profound steps and insights.
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We'd like to invite you to a new meditation practice that was introduced at this year’s Celebrate Life Festival.
'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.
For this purpose, we have set up a dedicated site at Medium.com.
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. ...
AUDIO to the left: Thomas talks about the practice