What can you do when you carry scars not on your body, but within your soul? Whether or not we have experienced personal trauma, we are all impacted by the legacy of familial and cultural suffering. Recent research has shown that trauma affects groups just as acutely as it does individuals; it bridges families, generations, communities, and borders. However, just as trauma can be integrated and healed for a single person, groups large and small can also find recovery.
With Healing Collective Trauma, this world-renowned spiritual teacher presents a hopeful road map to mending the mind, body, and soul. In this book, Hubl explains the most recent science of trauma and shares the principles of his Collective Trauma Integration Process (CTIP), a protocol he has facilitated for groups to examine collective trauma both from the perspective of the latest research and through a spiritual lens informed by 15 years as a meditation teacher.
Including contributions from renowned experts from across the field of trauma treatment, as well as meditative practices to support both counselors and clients, this book presents a fresh perspective on trauma integration along with practical tools for beginning the journey to wholeness.