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The Power of Collective Presencing

Free Video Series with Thomas HüblWilliam Ury

Spiritual teacher, Thomas Hübl, and William Ury, co-founder of Harvard’s Program on Negotiation, address your questions on how to transform conflict and inspire change.

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How can we come together as a community to transform the conflicts, tensions, and polarization in the world?


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“What does the universe want of us? Life, the universe, wants unity – the dissolution of the illusion of separation. The future is born of this yearning to come together.” 
– William Ury

Discover a new approach to co-creating peace

Learn how you can:

  • Nurture your capacity to host and hold conflict in yourself and in the world
  • Use new technology to come together to unite – rather than divide
  • Find constructive ways to deal with the difficult issues that can make you feel powerless and overwhelmed
  • Move the action forward in a way that can lead to healing and greater good for all

Watch these videos to learn more


Negotiating from the Inside Out

It's not so easy to listen to others if we haven't first listened to ourselves and become aware of our own emotions that show up in conflict, such as fear, anger, or shame. Making that bridge between the inner and the outer gives us the space to listen to another.

Recently, Thomas and William led a groundbreaking 6-month program that blended the inner art of MEDITATION with the outer art of MEDIATION. By linking presence with action, participants discovered new levels of effectiveness in resolving conflicts.  

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Taking the Third Side in a Conflict

The “third side” is the community that surrounds a conflict, holding the perspective of the whole. As third-siders, we listen and we reframe, looking for possibilities in which all sides can benefit. We create a container within which even the most difficult conflict can gradually be transformed.

“Thomas and William offer a profound and insightful experience regarding how to show up when there is conflict. Attend, and you will dive deeper to better navigate the related turbulence.”

– Maureen D., Equus Coach, Ottawa, Canada

“Thomas’ metaphysical and spiritual language has been complemented by William's practical and visual language very well. It has been the perfect combination so my brain, my heart, and my body feel more ‘truly’ considered, understood, and reflected.”

– Eve, environmental conflict researcher and mum, Mexico City, Mexico

“Listening to William and Thomas was profound richness – two roads that cross and now became a larger, unique road. May the world have more people like William and Thomas to spread so many good thoughts and help bring hope and peace inside each person and to the human relationship.”

– Rodrigo C., mediator, São Paulo, Brasil

What Students are Saying about Thomas & William:

Thomas Hübl is a renowned spiritual teacher who leads workshops, retreats, and multi-year study programs worldwide. His work explores the leading edge of human transformation, combining meditative practices, somatic and subtle awareness, and conscious cultural engagement. Thomas also founded the nonprofit Pocket Project, with the aim of exploring collective trauma and shadow work and integrating this through large-scale group processes.

About Thomas Hübl

William Ury, co-founder of Harvard’s Program on Negotiation, is a renowned mediator and co-author of Getting to Yes, one of the world’s bestselling 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.

About William Ury

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