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Here Are the Three Winning Videos from Our Summer 2018 Fear Melters™ Video Challenge!

By
Michele Roberts and Dean Yasuda, Aileen Hayden, and Tatiana Dorow

Click here to see the first prize winning video, by Michele Roberts and Dean Yasuda.

Click here to see the second prize winning video, by Aileen Hayden.

Click here to see the third prize winning video, by Tatiana Dorow.…

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Activism: The Value of Pushing Play and Pause

By
Dee Cooper

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 activists; impatience with the slow pace of change, fear, and anger can combine to create a situation where activists turn against each other. …

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We explored pace, identifying fear and expressing emotions.

By
Dean and Michele
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 like through the workshop I have learned a great deal about self awareness and moving at ones own pace.”

Jom– Working around children in a very communal space just makes it easier to see how much people have in common, our very similar emotional states and reactions to our very different and complex day to day issues.”…
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Rocky Mountain Song School

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Rebecca Folsom

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 listening platform ranging from one to millions, and the way it is received fully in the body is one of the most impactful streams of affecting positive change.…

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Melting Fear

By
Joe Robinson

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 ever shares a new way to melt fear, with ocean images and the engagement of his granddaughter.…

Owning Our Contributions

By
Michael Deloughery

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 consciousness to be.…

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New Year 2017 Blog Post from Katie

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Katie Hendricks

katie2016Thank 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 principles I plan to use to structure actions and choices during this (what shall we call this time, eh?!) upheaval:

1.  …

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An Invitation Into the Experience of Oneness

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Merry Parrish

merryparrishMerry 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 I am functioning from a place of wholeness filled with love and acceptance, my positivity will flow to everyone I encounter, everything I do and manifest exponentially in the world on all levels.”

Read more here…

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TEENS AND THE BODY-MIND: THE PIVOT ADVENTURE !

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Linda Wellenbach

Linda Wellenbach 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: have FUN  waking them up to all they are – mind, body, and spirit – with special emphasis on THE BODY.…

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If you don’t see something beautiful, look a little closer…

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Kate Rouze

katerouzeIf 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 whatever your looking at, and let them show you how…

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Today I spent a few hours with my aunt at the Norton Simon Museum in Pasadena.…

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