Drawn from the rich library of Meditate & Mediate teachings, this mini-course contains seven short video modules plus three powerful meditation experiences. The tools and exercises they reveal will give you new access to creative solutions.
If you could use fresh insight on a difficult situation, the material in this mini-course can forever change the way you view conflict.
Watch seven short modules on video. Learn key concepts and spark new ideas!
Take time to go within with three powerful meditative journeys.
For listening on the go.
All the teachings in one downloadable PDF transcript.
“A part of me expands with light and joy as I imagine a world where we commit to authentic transparent relating. Meditate & Mediate is not only an online teaching and transmission but a platform on which a new way of relating can flourish. It has fundamentally changed the way I relate to others through deeper listening, higher attunement capacity and increased subtle awareness competencies.”
– Scott L., Healer and process facilitator, Scotland
“The Meditate & Mediate course opened my eyes to the role that trauma plays in all types of conflict, the role that we as mediators have in calling on the collective ‘third side,’ and how our nervous systems are a part of an evolution from the beginning of time. Each one of these areas was elegantly unpacked and examined in meaningful and impactful way through the course.”
– Steve S., Mediator/Collaborative Attorney, Maryland, US
“The course was exceptional. Spiritual, practical and humanizing, it helped create and validate a ‘ground of being’ from which I could stand on with full confidence in my work on the contemporary issues of our day, from race relations to veterans issues.”
– Kate A., Theatre Director, USA
“The course brought me precious insight into conflict resolution, helping me overcome personal situations with a deep sense of respect and dignity. This course has been a daily source of inspiration and growth.”
– Begoña S., Brussels, Belgium
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.
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.