Power of Community Summit

Feb 1-10, 2019

Thomas Hübl

Modern mystic, Spiritual teacher, Founder of Sharing the Presence Association
Thomas Hübl

Thomas Hübl exposes climate change as a relational crisis, and explores the role of collective consciousness. Thomas explains how understanding that we are an integral part of our planet makes climate change a part of me, and how we can find the healing in this direct relating.

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  • Introduction
  • What is consciousness in our lives and in relation to climate change?
  • Collective consciousness as an answer to the crisis of climate change
  • Trauma as a survival mechanism
  • Climate change is part of ME
  • Climate change is a collective issue
  • Stepping out of old habits
  • we are an integral part of our planet
  • Leadership and fear
  • Playfulness and joy
Thomas Hübl

Thomas Hübl is a modern mystic, spiritual teacher and founder of The Academy of Inner Science.  His work integrates the core insights of the great wisdom traditions with the discoveries of contemporary science, illuminating both with his profound understanding.


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  • Such a rich conversation… thank you, both, for I felt the creative aliveness in the space between the two of you, Thomas and Kosta, as a beautiful weave of ideas, feelings, and inspiration. Yes, there was time in the conversation for the timeless to enter. As one who listens deeply to the soul of the world, I am most grateful for the exploration of consciousness and climate change, the latter being a manifestation of the heightened call of the earth. Today’s discussion about ‘body as planet’, what constitutes healthy community, rhythmic coherence with self and nature, deep listening and technology, trauma and creativity has left me feel very nourished and full… thankfully not overwhelmed! Thomas’ metaphors (cup and water, snowflake on ice, wisdom as a flow of water down a mountain) ground the concepts of consciousness beautifully. And Kosta’s repetition of Thomas’ gesture (slowed lowering of hands, to earth/body) reinforced the calm naturalness of grounding… into the moment, into spaciousness, into body, and in touch with earth. Deeply grateful for this summit!

  • Wow! Wow! Wow! What a profound and yet simple and hopeful message. Our collective imagination and responsibility are the way forward. Thank you ??

  • Alorah Lavender

    How beautiful to hear timeless wisdom applied to climate change. The invitation to slow down to attune to the movement; to do our part in feeling and healing trauma. To allow the genius to emerge in time. So rich. Thank you.

  • Patricia Aguirre

    Very inspiring! Clear, direct and authentic! Expanded my perception of many issues I had a limited way of looking at! Thank you!!!

  • The separation of the individual and the environment is something that happens moment to moment, but it was something that we created in childhood. The work we need to do, is how do we reintegrate the individual and their environment. As a result of our socialisation we have been individualised and separated and the task we need is how do we adopt projects of reintegration, a win for ourselves, a win for our community and a win for the world. It is learned through the integration also of theory and practice. This creates the framework of every project needed for transcending trauma, and overcoming climate change. Dragon Dreaming in the last 10 years since 2008, has spread to 9,700 projects in 55 countries. The climate change and Anthropocene extinction requires two orders of magnitude more; 970,000 projects in all 196 countries!

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