Thomas talks with award-winning documentary filmmaker Deeyah Khan about her experience of interviewing neo-Nazis & jihadists. Rather than dismissing extremists as unreachable fanatics, Deeyah has decided to engage them directly as human beings, with respect for our common humanity. She and Thomas reflect on how to remain hopeful and empathetic amidst the social divisiveness of […]
Thomas Hübl discusses the integration of East and West Germany to demonstrate society’s need for cultural learning spaces – places where people with different cultures and histories of trauma can gather to learn and exchange cultural data. He focuses on how trauma is perpetuated when these digestion spaces don’t exist, and how an integrated culture
Author and negotiation expert William Ury joins Thomas for their second conversation in a three-part series. They discuss how historical traumas contribute to current conflicts, including the ongoing war in Ukraine. William emphasizes the need for compassion, empathy, and inclusion in our individual and collective approaches to bringing about peace and positive change in the
In this interview from the 2022 Collective Trauma Summit, Thomas speaks with physician and author of “The Myth of Normal” Dr. Gabor Maté. They discuss how the trauma ingrained in modern society manifests as illness and pulls us away from our authentic selves, and how we can lessen our attachment to “normalcy” in order to
Author and negotiation expert William Ury shares his expertise on how to approach conflict-laden situations with spaciousness and compassion, the intrapersonal exercise of mediation, and how societal trauma plays a role in our personal conflicts.
The moment when conversations and explorations enter an attuned space is the sweet spot of our relational experience – what Thomas Hübl calls the “Point of Relation.” Join Thomas each week as he takes you on a journey to where the mystical intersects with the scientific, and the conscious and unconscious universes meet. In his