1. New Timeless Wisdom Training Europe
November 2017 to September 2019, Hof Oberlethe in Northern Germany
"The timeless wisdom training is the most profound, most touching and most life changing program I have ever attended." Amy Elisabeth Fox, CEO of Moebius Executuve Leadership, participant in the Training in the US, which completes in a few months.
Join Thomas Hübl for a two year intensive training combining deep mystical understanding and practice, with profoundly effective human transformation and shadow work.
This includes: Personal Development, Transparent Communication, Principles of different versions of meditation, mystical understanding of trauma, relational fields and intersubjective awareness, the inner architecture of the cultural process, mystical principles, understanding the nature of collective trauma and its effects.
VIDEO: Thomas speaks about the Timeless Wisdom Training
The purpose of the training is to provide you with the tools and experiences necessary to embody higher consciousness in every moment of your life. The participants work closely with Thomas, so that mystical consciousness finds a sustainable and stable home.
“It is so simple - the Timeless Wisdom Training has changed my life". Stephen Breidenbach, University professor, Mediator and entrepreneur
In November 2017 the training starts again. This will be the fifth of its kind and will run for two years. If you feel called, and even if you have not yet decided, then participation in one of the two introductory weekends is required - where everyone interested can find out more, and whether the training is right for them.
The training is led in German with simultaneous translation to English. Guest speakers are Diane Musho Hamilton, Auke van Nimwegen and Anne Huhn.
There is now a new internet site where you can find further information about the training and how to apply
2. Walking Forever: The Path of Conscious Living and Dying
An Hour of Inquiry with Thomas Hübl - FREE Online Event
Saturday, April 1, 2017, 9am PDT / 12pm EDT / 6pm CEST
We invite you to join Thomas Hübl and a global community for an hour of deep inquiry, exploring questions that illuminate the path beyond our current understanding of life and death.
During this open event, Thomas will bring a fresh, contemporary perspective to the ancient question of how to live fully, now, while courageously and directly seeing death for what it really is.
Within the powerful "we-space" created by participants from around the world, Thomas will lead a consideration of how we can live authentically, heal individual and collective traumas around aging and death, and co-create a culture suited for the unique challenges of our contemporary world. You are warmly invited to join us!
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Note: the event will be presented in English and will be recorded. The recording plus a German translation will be made available a few days after the event.
4. Celebrate Life Festival 2017 -
"Collective Trauma - Mysticism - Integration"
July 28 to August 6 in Northern Germany
The new splash page just came online!
The Celebrate Life Festival has developed a remarkable international radiance that attracts and inspires people from all over the world. In 2016 more than 1,300 participants from 26 nations participated and shared in its unique energy.
This year, the festival brings together mystical wisdom and the latest findings of scientific and psychological research on the subject of collective trauma.
It is organized in cooperation with the 'Pocket Project', which is in service internationally to the awareness and integration of collective and intergenerational trauma.
In addition to host Thomas Hübl, these guest speakers will attend:
- Dr. Peter A. Levine, developer of the Trauma healing concept Somatic Experiencing® (via video conference)
- William Ury, president and co- author of the bestselling book "The Harvard Concept" (via video conference)
- Dr. Rivka Tuval-Mashiach, professor, clinical psychologist and director of the Israel Trauma Center for Victims of Terror and War
- Ken Wilber, author of the Integral Theory, who today is one of the most important philosophers in the world (via video conference)
More to come!
In addition, the Celebrate Life Festival also offers a program with:
Families are very welcome!
- Joint meditations
- Workshops and bodywork programs
- Concerts and dance events
- Youth camps, extensive child care
- And much more!
Please visit the new splash page of the festival
5. Silence and Embodiment -
Meditation retreat with Markus Hirzig and Martin Bruders
October 22 to 29, 2017 in Drethem, Northern Germany
We invite you to sit with us in silence, to take a break, to spend a whole week in contact with yourself and your body.
We will be anchoring open spaces and higher frequencies, which we can potentially connect with, through embodiment practices.
6. Terry Patten speaks on
"The Spiritual Opportunity of Our Political Moment"
Wednesday, March 15, 2017, 5.30 pm PDT / 8.30 pm EDT /
Europe: Thursday March 16, 1.30 am CET
Many of us are feeling outrage, anxiety or despair about the current political climate around the world.
What if you could transform these troubling emotions into a source of personal and political empowerment so you could navigate life with increased clarity and spiritual strength?
We invite you to join Terry Patten, a close associate of Thomas' and one of the foremost integral thinkers and activists of our day, as he'll explore how you can open your heart, expand your understanding, become a catalyst for the awakening, healing and leadership the world so desperately needs.
Sign up to attend the FREE Virtual Event with Terry Patten
||7. Yehudit Sasportas "Rifts of Absence" - Solo Exhibition near Berlin
Villa Schöningen, Berliner Str. 86, 14467 Potsdam
The exhibition is open from March 9 to June 5, 2017
If you are around Berlin in Germany this next month then we invite you to visit Yehudit Sasportas' new exhibition: an additional chapter in her series of works 'Vertical Swamp, Raw Material'.
More Information - Website Villa Schöningen
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