Thomas Hübl is a modern mystic, spiritual teacher, author and systems-thinker. His work integrates the essence of the great wisdom traditions, scientific knowledge and his own personal experience.
For almost 15 years, Thomas has been leading international workshops, multi-year training programs and online courses. He is the initiator of the 'Celebrate Life Festival' as well as founder of the 'Academy of Inner Science' and of the 'Pocket Project' for collective and intergenerational trauma integration.
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.
Thomas was born in Austria in 1971 and now lives in Tel Aviv, Israel, with his wife, the Israeli artist Yehudit Sasportas and their daughter Eliya. More Information
FREE Online Event: SATURDAY, APRIL 1, 9am PDT / 12pm EDT / 6pm CEST
We invite you to join Thomas for an hour of deep inquiry, exploring questions that illuminate the path beyond our current understanding of life and death. 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!
Join Thomas Hübl for a two year intensive training combining deep mystical understanding and practice with profoundly effective human transformation and shadow work.
The fifth Timeless Wisdom Training will start on November 19, 2017. The training lasts two years. Course language is German with simultaneous translation into English. Venue is in Northern Germany.
Here are two compulsory introductory seminars, which are a prerequisite for applying for training. The registration is open.
1. Introductory Weekend: June 9-11, 2017
2. Introductory Weekend: September 8-10, 2017
"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.
July 28 to August 6, Northern Germany
Trauma is a topic that concerns us all. Why?
Trauma has many faces, and it is part of our everyday lives: emotional numbness, anxiety, confusion, exhaustion, hyperactivity, withdrawal, attributing blame, escalation, xenophobia, regression, war … trauma contributes to how our private and professional relationships are shaped, has strong effects in our culture and influences current world events.
We invite you to engage with the topic of trauma in a more connected way, inform yourself about how trauma is dealt with today and together develop the competency to act when dealing with trauma.
The theme of Mystical Principles has been emerging over the last years.
It is a study of: