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How Resilience Deepens Depending On Who Is Resilient

These times are calling for a deep level of resilience. Relationships are an important factor in the level of resilience we are able to cultivate. How are your relationships helping your resilience?

Report from the Frontlines – Helping Refugees in Chicago

David and Sarah Rose, members of the IZL community, have been helping the Venezuelan migrants in Chicago. They share some highs and lows and ways everyone can help.

The Active Leadership Ingredients That Turn Food Into Medicine

Dr. Whitelaw shares a story from IZL instructor Dr. Kristi Crymes. Dr. Crymes is helping to hold space for circle gathering that are changing lives and building community.

Fostering holistic leadership through FEBI – Lee’s Story

Jasleen Kaur and Kelly Bannister share the real journey of an IZL instructor.

Leading In The Age Of Resilience

Dr. Whitelaw reminds us that in this Age of Resilience, we need to remember our one-withness.

We Won’t Be Smarter Or Faster Than AI, But Here’s A Way To Be Wiser

Dr. Whitelaw explores the connection between AI and climate change. She offers 3 internal and external practices for leaders in these times.

How To Use AI In Service Of Life: 3 Practices For Leaders

Dr. Whitelaw explores the connection between AI and climate change. She offers 3 internal and external practices for leaders in these times.

Try On A New Relationship With Time

Dr. Whitelaw explores our relationship to time. Technology is helping time “speed up” while Dr. Whitelaw invites us to slow down.

Shakuhachi Zen

Shakuhachi Zen

Nov 01 2021

I quickly learned that a shakuhachi tells you what it is; that is, what key it will play in. This occurs upon the first blow, right after completion of the boring and utaguchi (blowing edge), before opening any finger holes. ‘Hello G3 shakuhachi, it is an honor to meet you.’