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MEDITATE & MEDIATE II

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An online course with Thomas Hübl & William Ury

A laboratory for social innovation

YOU ARE INVITED to a radical experiment: a collective activation of the Third Side as a means of moving the energy of conflict toward wholeness and peace. 

You’ll come together with people who, like you, wish to contribute to bridging divides using an approach based on deep insight and compassion.

You will learn to apply new tools for social intervention, tapping into the power of collective presence.

In a series of online “virtual campfires” you’ll learn how to look for the innovation in every opportunity and find new ways to turn conflict into creative possibility.

“Thomas Hubl and William Ury are a truly GOLDEN TEAM. Their deep love for humanity, their passion for healing trauma and conflict, combined with their great wisdom made this an excellent course.”

– Ingrid G., Anthropologist, Therapist, Haarlem, The Netherlands

Discover how to:

  • Nurture your capacity to host and hold conflict in yourself and in the world 
  • Find constructive ways to deal with the difficult issues that can make you feel powerless and overwhelmed 
  • Expand your capacities to contribute 
    meaningfully to finding solutions 
    around complex issues 
  • Move the action forward in a way 
    that can lead to healing and greater

    good for all 
  • Build your competencies in negotiation, mediation, and conflict resolution 
  • Become a powerful agent for innovative social change/social transformation

Creating a Healing Container

Thomas Hübl is a renowned spiritual teacher who leads workshops, retreats, and multi-year study programs worldwide. His work explores the leading edge of personal and collective transformation, combining meditative practices, somatic and subtle awareness, and conscious cultural engagement. Thomas 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 Hübl

William Ury, co-founder of Harvard’s Program on Negotiation, is a leading expert on negotiation and mediation and the author of Getting to Yes, one of the world’s best-selling books on negotiation. He is currently a Distinguished Fellow at the Harvard Negotiation Project. He has taught negotiation and mediation to tens of thousands of corporate executives, labor leaders, diplomats, and military officers around the world.

William Ury

What the Course Includes

Seven Live Interactive Sessions with Thomas & William

This program includes seven 2-hour, live video conference sessions in a “virtual campfire” setting. Each session includes teaching, Q&A, and participatory group practices.

Community Website

Our private, online community website allows you to connect with fellow participants throughout the world to self-organize and share experiences and insights.

Recordings

Video and audio recordings of each session are provided for streaming and download. They are yours to keep after the course ends.

Mentor Sessions

Receive additional support by joining live interactive sessions led by course mentors.

Small Group Discussions 

Following each live session, you’re invited to stay online to participate in small breakout groups where you’ll have the opportunity to share your insights and deepen your learnings.

Guided Meditations

Experience profound meditations with Thomas that expand your awareness and capacity for hosting your experience.

Transcripts

Complete, searchable transcripts of all sessions to read online or download and print.

Graphic Illustrations

Graphic drawings for each session provide a beautiful visual guide to the material presented by Thomas and William.

Join Thomas and William for LIVE 2-hour video sessions in a “virtual campfire” setting, which include teachings, guided meditations, and group process work. These sessions are recorded and will be made available afterwards.

Schedule of Live Sessions

Session #1 
Sunday, March 17, 2019*

Session #2 
Sunday, April 21, 2019

Session #3 
Sunday, May 5, 2019

Session #4
Sunday, May 19, 2019 
 

Session #5
Sunday, June 2, 2019

Session #6 
Saturday, June 22, 2019

Session #7
Sunday, July 14, 2019

Learn the Practical Skills and Subtle Practices that Transform Conflict and Inspire Change

YOU ARE INVITED to a radical experiment: a collective activation of the Third Side as a means of moving the energy of conflict toward wholeness and peace. 

You’ll come together with people who, like you, wish to contribute to bridging divides using an approach based on deep insight and compassion.

You will learn to apply new tools for social intervention, tapping into the power of collective presence.

In a series of online “virtual campfires” you’ll learn how to look for the innovation in every opportunity and find new ways to turn conflict into creative possibility.

A Laboratory for Social Innovation

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What participants are saying:

“A virtual campfire of compassion and presence to host the difficulties and the ‘gap’? Yes, please, sign me up!”

— Jen Moore, Founder & CEO, Bend, Oregon, USA

“I experienced profoundly the fact that we can all be together virtually around ‘the campfire’ and in the natural flow of life let destructive conflicts in our world be held, heard, named and set free.  This is the most ancient alchemy at work using modern technology.”

— Bruce A., Mediator, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA

“I loved the concept of an international sangha and how we are all dealing with conflict in our own countries, families, etc.  Made me feel more connected with what is going on around the world.” 

— Diane B., Mediator/Coach, Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA

“I think our capacity to host in ourselves what we have projected into the world is one of the keys to transforming our culture right now. There is a lot more to hosting than it is possible to cover in one session – I'd like to go more deeply into it with both Thomas and William.”

— Shayla W., Coach, Therapist, Facilitator, Victoria, B.C., Canada

“I liked the sense of gathering and supporting each other to be able to stand in all the difficulty of our time. To feel that we are not alone and that a space like this is deeply nourishing and supportive in many ways.”

— Lia T., Integral Coach and HR professional, Hamburg, Germany

“This was such a beautiful and necessary exercise for our conflictive and opportunity-rich times!”

— Laura C., Psychotherapist, Cultural Analyst, Oaxaca, Mexico

Acclaim for William and Thomas

Bill Ury has a remarkable ability to get to the heart of a dispute and find simple but innovative ways to resolve it.” 

— President Jimmy Carter

“William Ury is a true master of his craft. Wise and realistic, noble and practical, brilliant and approachable, Ury has created a definitive body of work on how we can get to yes in our conflicted world.”

— Jim Collins, author of Good to Great, and co-author of Built to Last and Great by Choice

“William Ury untangles challenges that bedevil even the most experienced negotiators: how can I get what I want when I don't know what I want? How can I move from being my own worst enemy to my own best ally?”

— Douglas Stone and Sheila Heen, authors of Difficult Conversations and Thanks for the Feedback

“William Ury is our best-read, most influential voice on human conflict.”

— John Kenneth GalbraithProfessor of Economics Emeritus, Harvard University

“I have found Thomas Hübl’s work with collective healing to be tremendously innovative and eye-opening. This type of engagement with what appears to be “other” is what we need, in my opinion, to learn what it truly means to take multiple perspectives and live in an open-hearted way.”

— Tami SimonFounder and publisher, Sounds True

“When Thomas Hübl teaches, a clean, fresh, spacious clarity naturally opens up in and among people—shifting the energy of the room. His presence functions as a kind of permission, and the group field opens in a beautiful, unmistakable way.”

— Terry Patten, Author, A New Republic of the Heart

“Thomas Hübl is a spiritual teacher for our time, illumined and practical, rational and deeply profound. He is at once sharp and cutting, yet gentle, receptive, and compassionate. You can’t help but expand in his presence.”

— Diane Musho HamiltonAuthor, The Zen of You and Me and Everything Is Workable

Thomas Hübl enables people to come into a deeper understanding of presence, compassion, transparency and authenticity. He shows us how to link our developing self-awareness with our potential to be of service in society.”

— Scilla ElworthyAuthor, The Business Plan for Peace and Co-Founder, Rising Women, Rising World

BONUS MATERIAL: 

Your registration includes the complete 
Meditate & Mediate Library
 

When you register, you’ll have access to a rich collection of teachings and practices you can study at your own pace.

Your digital library includes:

• Over 20 Hours of Video and Audio Recordings

• 300+ Pages of Transcripts

• 8 Downloadable Guided Meditations

• 4 Bonus Recordings: Conversations with Renowned Experts

All these materials are included with your registration.

“The combination of William's more practical experience and Thomas' mystical understanding creates a rich weaving that keep the focus firmly inwards before addressing external events.”

— Samvedam B. R., psychologist, Boston, Massachusetts, USA

“I found the conflict clinic an alchemical pot in itself – an emergent and coherent place between Thomas, William, and the field – that allowed a potent and powerful flow of intelligence that really seemed to land and earth with everyone.”

— Louise M., Director, Unity House, New Zealand

“I felt a level of life being breathed into me. This sense of I can stand in the face of adversity with an open heart. I can hold how I feel and feel how the other feels. I can meet and participate in life.”

— Katherine P-E., Meditation Guide, Seattle, Washington, USA

“It was truly enriching, giving me inspiration and courage to face our world; the metaphor of sitting round a campfire... it was a real experience.... uplifting!”

— Ronald P., musician, Oldenburg, Germany

Small group discussions will begin 15 minutes after the conclusion of each course session

A Co-Lab to Transform Conflict

Registration for this course is now closed. 

Contact our support team with any questions.

The Meditate & Mediate Toolkit

Just over a year ago, Thomas and William launched the first Meditate & Mediate course to over 600 participants from around the world. The response was overwhelming – people were eager to learn the practical skills to affect outer change, while embracing the contemplative practices that bring about inner peace.

Thomas Hübl and William Ury, two pioneers in their respective fields, have come together to prototype a unique response to conflict born from over 50 years of their combined experience in healing and restoration of peace:

MEDITATE & MEDIATE II

Thomas is a spiritual teacher, with a deep commitment to helping people bring about personal and collective healing. As a modern mystic, he teaches us to live “in the marketplace,” being present to all of life.

William is the co-author of Getting to Yes, one of the world’s best-selling books on negotiation. He co-founded the Harvard Program on Negotiation, and travels the world to mediate conflicts, helping individuals, businesses, and political leaders find peaceful solutions.

Convening a Virtual Campfire

More recently, Thomas and William led a “conflict clinic” prototype experiment, convening people worldwide to gather together around a virtual campfire to examine the conflicts, tensions, and polarization that affect us in our personal lives, in our communities, and in our world.

Join Us for the Next Evolution!

Whether you were part of the first Meditate & Mediate group or you are new to this work, you can be part of the next evolution - an interactive Co-Lab to further develop and share new methods for social intervention. This evolutionary conversation will explore how we can effectively deal with conflict in an emerging world.

Discover how to:

  • Nurture your capacity to host and hold conflict in yourself and in the world 
  • Find constructive ways to deal with the difficult issues that can make you feel powerless and overwhelmed 
  • Expand your capacities to contribute meaningfully to finding solutions around complex issues 
  • Move the action forward in a way that can lead to healing and greater
    good for all 
  • Build your competencies in negotiation, mediation, and conflict resolution 
  • Become a powerful agent for innovative social change/social transformation

*Session 1 on March 17 will begin at:
10:00am L.A. /  1:00pm N.Y.  / 6:00pm Berlin

Sessions will begin at: 
9:00am L.A. /  12:00pm N.Y.  / 6:00pm Berlin