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Healing the Fractures that Divide us

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Healing the Fractures that Divide Us: Transforming the Impact of Individual, Ancestral and Collective Trauma

with Kosha Anja Joubert

Date: February 17th, 20:00-21:00 CET

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The Pocket Project helps to address and integrate individual, ancestral and collective trauma. We aim to heal the wounds from the past, thus shifting humanity towards a path of creativity, effective collaboration and innovation. Founded by Thomas Hübl and Yehudit Sasportas, the Pocket Project works to transform trauma-inducing to trauma-informed, trauma-sensitive and, finally, trauma-integrating institutions and societies.

In this presentation, Kosha will offer a short overview of the work of the past years and the pathway forward.

How can we bring our compassion to the most painful events of our lives, and the lives of our ancestors and all those who went before us?

How can we develop trauma-informed awareness and strengthen our sources of resilience and sensitivity?

As leaders, within and without, we aim to build the future of our families, teams communities and organisations on solid, and not fragmented, foundations. We can all become part of a movement that heals the fractures that divide us.

When you plant lettuce, if it does not grow well, you don't blame the lettuce. You look into the reasons it is not doing well.

~ Thich Nhat Hanh


Kosha Anja Joubert serves as CEO of the Pocket Project, dedicated to restoring a fragmented world by addressing and healing personal, ancestral, and collective trauma.

She holds an MSc in Organisational Development, is an experienced facilitator, coach, and consultant, and has worked extensively in the fields of systems regeneration, intercultural collaboration, and trauma-informed leadership. Kosha grew up in South Africa under Apartheid and has been dedicated to transformational edgework ever since. She has authored several books and received the Dadi Janki Award (2017) for engaging spirituality in life and work and the One World Award (2020) for her work in building the Global Ecovillage Network to a worldwide movement reaching out to over 6000 communities on all continents. Read more…


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