Academy of Inner Science
The Academy of Inner Science (AIS) was founded in 2008 by Thomas Hübl. It is an arena for the research and practice of modern mysticism, a vehicle through which our society and culture can be shaped actively and in an awakened way. It offers a platform for training, workshops, study groups, such as the Inner Science Circles, and not-for-profit events. The aim is to combine the wisdom of the inner world with the knowledge of the outer world. The academy is for people who are looking for a supportive framework for their own personal development towards maturity and awareness, whilst also having an interest in trans-personal and collective development.
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Thomas Hübl is a spiritual teacher whose work has resonance worldwide, combining the essence of the great traditions of wisdom with scientific knowledge and his own personal experience. He has devoted his life to exploring awareness and supporting others in their quest for greater awareness. He has the special gift of truly understanding people and being able to apply the timeless knowledge that has been revealed to him when engaging with them. He brings his insights into his social interactions and, unrestrained by boundaries, engages with those who have innovative ideas and vision about the present state of the world, e.g. Ken Wilber.
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two-year timeless wisdom Training US 2015-2017
The Timeless Wisdom Training is the central offer of the Academy of Inner Science. It is an intensive process including clarification of the personality, project work and meditation. The first TWT in the US follows four trainings which took and take place in Germany. It will last over two years. It begins with the first unit from September 28 until October 5, 2015.
The training offers a spiritual path of development on an individual, collective and transpersonal level. The first year is primarily dedicated to clarification on the personal level and to work with individuals' shadow parts.
Practice Group leader Training February to June 2015
We are spinning the net – Practice groups as a meeting point for our common objective. 'Transparent communication' is an important tool as a transpersonal approach to communication. A further cornerstone of this work is the double emphasis on spiritual practice and on its integration into our everyday life.