Restoring Resourcefulness Classes – A Free Online 5-Week Series

Discover and learn the skills from our Restoring Resourcefulness Program!   Learn More Here Register Here

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Moving from Fear to Presence, Connection, and Collaboration

"The enemy is fear. We think that it's hate, but it's fear." Mahatma Gandhi This recent blog by Katie Hendricks appears in Mindful Leader. It focuses on fear and the transformative impact of shifting from fear to flow. Read the blog here.

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Finding Resourcefulness in the Current Crisis: Tools from Our Restoring Resourcefulness Program

Watch a special Big Leap Bridge class facilitated by Kathlyn Hendricks and supported by our Restoring Resourcefulness Faculty. With so much fear rising amid the current coronavirus pandemic, it is imperative that we notice and shift our fear so that we can be a source of presence for ourselves and community. Here’s the good news:…

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Big Leap Home Caring Communities: Online Love Scooping for Ourselves and Our Planet

Here is a recording of our first Live Love Scooping video call. You can join us weekly as we come together in Community in this powerful way to create shift in ourselves and our world. Join us in bringing our collective sensitive awareness together during our present planetary crisis. Love Scoops are a way to create connection and to…

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Neuroscientists Revealed The Number One Exercise For Slowing Down The Aging Process

As we grow old, some of us start developing a rather negative relationship with the mirror because it starts showing off our grey hairs, our body’s saggy parts, and the many lines on our face that come with age. However, you can improve the relationship you have with your mirror because neuroscientists have finally found…

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Sitting All Day Is Even More Dangerous Than We Thought

No amount of physical exercise makes up for your desk chair. If you work a desk job, you might make up for all that sitting around by going for a run every day after leaving the office. That exercise cancels out the negative effects of eight hours spent in a chair, right? Wrong, according to…

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