In this highly experiential programme, we will collectively inquire into how to facilitate groups with less effort and supporting greater emergence. We will practice individual and collective presence, how to synchronise a group; building group coherence; and the art of facilitating the field which underpins the individual and the system.
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This experiential workshop will explore the nature of individual, collective and ancestral trauma and its impact on our vitality, wellbeing and capacity to innovate. Together, we will cultivate compassion and spaciousness, allowing us to respond more effectively to symptoms of stress and moments of challenge.
This third annual online summit, convened by contemporary mystic Thomas Hubl and co-hosted by Robin Alfred & Kosha Joubert et al, brings together a diverse group of over 45 world renowned experts on collective trauma and the principles of trauma healing. Free during the days of the summit all the interviews, poetry, music and art can also be purchased and then accessed forever.
This cross sector gathering of 60+ participants from large corporations, the NHS, NGOs and XR are meeting together in an emergent and participant-led process to inquire into how can we do more to remedy the human and climate emergency that we are facing.
The inquiry is facilitated by Robin Alfred
During this course, we aim to expand our awareness of our lives, organisations and societies to include those movements that take place below the surface and give rise to our every-day experience. Instead of being caught up in the symptoms, we will practice turning our gaze to the unseen layers and support each other to trace back the lines of creation to their origins. We will practice our capacity to offer the love and compassion needed to listen and see into places of social absencing, where energies are frozen and, finally, carefully channel the melting waters back into a healthier flow.
As change-makers, we long to learn from and integrate recurring patterns of polarisation and tension in our communities and workplaces and to find ways to express our love and service more genuinely and effectively. As leaders, we are called to raise our awareness of the multifaceted nature of trauma and understand its impact on us, our teams, and our work in the world. Awareness is the first step in a cultural shift from trauma-inducing, to trauma-informed and, finally, trauma-integrating organisations.
The course is led by contemporary mystic, Thomas Hubl, with support and some sessions led by Kosha Joubert, Robin Alfred, Dr Jens Riese, Karen Sims and Dr Laura Calderon de la Barca