When I began Tiny Buddha, one of my primary goals was to assist us all recover the injuries that haunt us and hold us back in life. In much the same way that our personal traumas prevent us each individually, our collective trauma adversely affects the entire world. And recovery that injury is important for the future of mankind and the world.
With panel conversations, assisted meditations, and performances by acclaimed poets and artists, the Collective Trauma Summit will undoubtedly help us find strength and recovery through this intense duration of enormous upheaval and modification.
This powerful top will bring together over 45 specialists on the subject of collective healing including leading psychotherapists, visionaries, researchers, entertainers, poets, and peacemakers in the world.
If, like me, you want to do your part to help us all recover the wounds that are passed down through generations, I highly recommend taking a look at the Collective Trauma Summit, a free, 10-day online occasion beginning on Tuesday, September 22nd.
Click on this link to sign up free of charge and watch a brief video about the top
During this complimentary occasion, which you can access from any internet-enabled device, there will 4-5 day-to-day talks, each available for a 48-hour duration. The summit will cover a range of cumulative injury subjects, including:
How individual and collective injury are intimately connected
How intergenerational and ancestral trauma runs in individuals and family lineages
The triggering of racial and cultural injury and what we can do to move and change it for genuine modification
Why healing collective injury is critical for the future of our world
What we can do to deal with and address war and enduring disputes
What we can discover from the recent health care and pandemic crisis
A few of the highlighted specialists consist of:
Gabor Maté– Bestselling Author, Speaker
Valarie Kaur– Seasoned Civil Rights Activist & & Bestselling Author
Daniel J. Siegel, MD– Bestselling Author, Founder of the Mindsight Institute
Happiness Harjo– Poet Laureate of the United States
Rick Hanson, Ph.D.– Psychologist, Senior Fellow of UC Berkeleys Greater Good Science Center, & & New York Times Best-Selling Author
Priya Parker– Master Facilitator, Strategic Advisor, Acclaimed Author & & Host of the New York Times Podcast, “Together Apart”
Mark Wolynn– Director of the Family Constellation Institute
Sharon Salzberg– Meditation Teacher, Co-Founder of the Insight Meditation Society, Bestselling Author
Angel Acosta– Principal, Acosta Consulting; a leader in bridging the gaps in between management, social justice, and mindfulness.
Margaret Wheatley– Bestselling Author of 10 Books, President of The Berkana Institute
Stephen W. Porges– Founding Director of the Traumatic Stress Research Consortium, Indiana University
Charles Eisenstein– Speaker and Author
Ruth King– Founder of Mindful of Race Institute
Collective trauma affects each of us, but not everybody will acknowledge and resolve it– which is why people like us need to come together with open hearts and minds to explore how we can end needless suffering and recover the wounds that carry through generations.
To assist assistance and accelerate a much-needed global shift, click the link below to sign up free of charge:
Register for the Collective Trauma Summit
When you sign up, youll get complimentary access to the first chapter of host Thomas Hübls upcoming book, Healing Collective Trauma, that will be released in the fall..
I hope you find this event both motivating and illuminating!
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