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Business Innovation and Spiritual Insights: Creating from the Leading Edge

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Cambridge Innovation Center

1 Broadway, 5th floor

Cambridge, MA 02142

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Thomas Hübl is a modern mystic, spiritual teacher, author and systems-thinker. His work integrates the essence of the great wisdom traditions, scientific knowledge and his own embodied clarity of presence. He works with business leaders and innovators in the fields of economics, social science, medicine, collective trauma and psychology.

Mystical teachings worldwide, see innovation and creativity as a result of movement and intensity. Innovation happens when we have the capacity to look beyond the associative patterns created by our past but our habits and structures can sometimes get in the way.

In this open dialogue, Thomas will explore essential questions on how we can create moments or environments of "fresh air" in our lives and organizations in order to perceive, presence, and work with the emerging information that is the creative source.

- How can we increase our ability to listen and relate to our potential future?

- How can we digest stress so that it can be creative and not destructive?

- In such a fast-paced world, is being innovative enough?


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Since 2004, Thomas' leading-edge work has spread worldwide through workshops, multi-year training programs and online courses. The non-profit Celebrate Life Festival brings together more than 1,200 people every year and has showcased a wide network of experts in various disciplines, including William Ury and Ken Wilber. In 2008 Thomas founded the Academy of Inner Science in order to provide a framework for dialogue between the inner science of consciousness and the external scientific-academic exploration of life.

Over the years Thomas has also organized several major healing events, aimed at healing the Holocaust's cultural shadows. Thousands of Germans and Israelis have been brought together through these processes. Recently he also founded the non-profit Pocket Project, with the aim of exploring collective trauma and shadow work and integrating this through large-scale group processes.

Thomas was born in Austria in 1971 and now lives in Tel Aviv, Israel, with his wife, the Israeli artist Yehudit Sasportas and their daughter Eliya.


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