Stories of Transformation / Fear Melters

Activism: The Value of Pushing Play and Pause

Activist, minister, and graduate of our Leadership and Transformation Program, Dee Cooper, has created the process and graphic below in response to a phenomenon she has felt and observed among…
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We explored pace, identifying fear and expressing emotions.

This photo is from a Body Intelligence workshop in Los Angeles. We explored pace, identifying fear and expressing emotions. Here are a couple of comments from participants: Nailah– “I feel…
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Rocky Mountain Song School

I had the great pleasure and honor this year to be invited to facilitate the opening event for Rocky Mountain Song School in Colorado. In my experience music with its…
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Melting Fear

We’re sharing a wonderful new video about the Fear Melters that a member of our Leadership group created. Joe Robinson, an ocean conservationist with one of the most inclusive voices…
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Owning Our Contributions

I wanted to share something that that is a wonderful reminder about how our essence makes a positive difference in the world, no matter what we judge our level of…
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New Year 2017 Blog Post from Katie

Thank you all for your presence and connection in this new year. Even though I may not post about these principles every day, I wanted you to know the organizing…
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An Invitation Into the Experience of Oneness

Merry Parrish, a recent graduate of the two-year Hendricks Leadership and Transformation Program, has written a profound piece about her dream for humanity to live in oneness.  She concludes, “If…
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TEENS AND THE BODY-MIND: THE PIVOT ADVENTURE !

Almost every summer since graduating from the Hendricks Institute (2007), I’m hired to facilitate self-  discovery in disadvantaged teenaged girls at a local camp. My intention is always the same:…
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If you don’t see something beautiful, look a little closer…

If you don’t see something beautiful, look a little closer… Or from a little farther away, or for a little longer… Or stand next to someone who sees beauty in…
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Why Appreciation Matters So Much

I’ve just returned from an offsite with our team at The Energy Project. As we concluded, I asked each person to take a few moments to say what he or…
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