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A 9-Day Global Event to Explore How to Heal
Personal, Intergenerational & Collective Trauma

Collective Trauma Online Summit is sponsored by The Pocket Project, a non-profit organization founded by Thomas Hübl and his wife Yehudit Sasportas which is dedicated to healing intergenerational and collective trauma and reducing its effects on our global culture. Through its in-person workshops, events, and online programs, The Pocket Project trains and supports individuals, leaders, and organizations worldwide to build their capacity to foster healing and resilience in traumatic situations. The Pocket Project is building an open-source online knowledge base of research and best practices in the emerging field of collective and intergenerational trauma.

The Summit Is Also Sponsored by:

Science & Nonduality (SAND) is a non-profit organization that seeks to forge a new paradigm in spirituality based on timeless wisdom traditions, informed by cutting-edge science, and grounded in direct experience. SAND hosts several conferences and events each year as well as online programs. SAND19 will be held in San Jose, CA from October 23-27, 2019. Visit the SAND website for more info.

Omega is a nonprofit, mission-driven, and donor-supported educational organization. For more than 40 years Omega has been at the forefront of holistic studies – hosting more than 350 programs every year, both in-person in Rhinebeck, NY and online. Omega is a global community that awakens the best in the human spirit and cultivates the extraordinary potential that exists in us all. See a schedule of upcoming programs.

The Next Practice Institute, offered by Mobius Executive Leadership, sponsors transformational training programs that operate at the nexus of “best practice” in such areas as organizational development, culture change, and adaptive leadership, and “next practice” in neuroscience, somatics, energy work, music, yoga, and other expressive/devotional arts. The next Annual Gathering will be held December 8–13, 2019. Learn more about the Institute and its upcoming programs.

The Global Ecovillage Network (GEN) is a growing network of regenerative communities and initiatives that bridge cultures, countries, and continents. GEN builds bridges between policy-makers, governments, NGOs, academics, entrepreneurs, activists, community networks and ecologically-minded individuals across the globe in order to develop strategies for a global transition to resilient communities and cultures. Learn more about GEN’s activities and events.