In this conversation, contemporary spiritual teacher Thomas Hübl begins by clarifying with Michael Stern the We-Space not as a physical space outside us, but as an interior dimension of consciousness and awareness. He points out that access to the We depends on a healthy felt awareness of one’s self in relation to another and the ability to hold open the space between us with this internal and external felt-sensory awareness at the same time. This then serves as a barometer to navigate different We-Spaces (whether a team, group, culture, society or world), which create distinct fields for us to ground our spiritual practice in the larger cultural process, and infuse consciousness into life. He then points out how this first function of accessing and working inside We-Spaces is challenged by the second function of shadow dynamics, unconscious dynamics that add a whole new level of complexity to the process. In this conversation, Thomas articulates the necessity of We-Space practice to restore our innate wholeness, to become mature human beings, and for life to emerge into new heights of its own intelligence as he remarks, “We-Space is a possibility to polish the diamond of the human soul so that the light of conscious awareness shines through it more and more.” As the call continues, Thomas shares insights from his groundbreaking work on healing collective inter generational trauma in places like Germany and Israel/Palestine, and points out that as technology forces us to create a new global identity, the We-Space is an essential tool for healing and integrating humanity’s wounds and stepping into our next stage of evolution.