Celebrate Life Festival Online: Exploring Our Roots, Restoring Our Home

Join the Celebrate Life Festival live online August 30-September 4, 2020. Pricing and registration information available soon.

Get ready for this year's Celebrate Life Festival, dedicated to creating new frameworks for social and cultural connection.

One of the most popular and dynamic consciousness events in Europe, the Celebrate Life Festival will be held in the United States for only the second time in its 17-year history.

Hosted by renowned spiritual teacher Thomas Hübl, and featuring a group of global leaders and visionary guest speakers, the highly acclaimed Celebrate Life Festival is a unique, catalytic event.

This year, we’ll explore our roots—from the genealogy of where we come from to the deep-seated trauma and emotional resonance of our ancestral history—opening up new possibilities for our future.

About Thomas Hübl

Thomas Hübl is a spiritual teacher, speaker, author, and founder of the Academy of Inner Science. He has worked with people worldwide through workshops, multi-year training programs and online courses. For more than a decade, Hübl has guided large-scale healing events that have brought together thousands of Germans and Israelis to acknowledge, face, and heal the cultural shadow left by the Holocaust.

His teaching combines somatic awareness practices, advanced meditative practices, and transformational processes that address both individual and collective trauma, opening the potential for growth and healing. He is a sought-after private advisor to social entrepreneurs, business leaders, government officials, and spiritual aspirants.

Hübl is also the cofounder of the nonprofit The Pocket Project, which aims to increase awareness and understanding of collective trauma and reduce its effects. Through his nonprofit organization, Hübl seeks to facilitate conscious cultural change with initiatives such as the popular Celebrate Life Festival, a multiday immersive event which takes place annually in either Germany or the US. His forthcoming book on collective trauma will be published in 2020.