Coronavirus Crisis: Touching, Not Touching, Not Separate

A conversation on March 14, 2020
hosted by Terry Patten

with his guest

<h1>Thomas Hübl</h1>

Thomas Hübl

Show Notes

Austrian mystic Thomas Hübl — healthy but in mandatory quarantine in his home in Tel Aviv — joins us to explore the Coronavirus crisis and share insights about our relationship to “the system.” While our system is completely unsustainable, he observes that we are not truly separate from it and suggests that we may first need to love the system before it can be improved. This insight can help us relate differently to the fear in ourselves and in others — as well as the larger systemic turbulence we’re experiencing.

Thomas Hübl is a leading voice in addressing both individual and collective trauma by integrating the timeless wisdom from our great spiritual traditions, discoveries of contemporary science, somatic awareness practices, and advanced meditative practices. His teaching transmits the unity and entanglement of consciousness and all of life, helping us to respond to moments of crisis with agility, curiosity, and inclusivity.

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Guest: Thomas Hübl
Thomas Hübl is spiritual teacher, mystic, author, and the founder of the Academy of Inner Science. He is also the founder of the nonprofit Pocket Project and the Celebrate Life Festival, a multi-day immersive event that takes place annually in either Germany or the U.S.
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Host: Terry Patten

Terry Patten is a philosopher, teacher, activist, consultant, and social entrepreneur. He is the author of  A New Republic of the Heart – An Ethos for Revolutionaries and the co-author with Ken Wilber and others of Integral Life Practice. Terry is the founder of the nonprofit A New Republic of the Heart and the creator of the State of Emergence podcast .

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