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How to Move from Blame to Wonder


  1. Self-authorship
  2. Creative empowerment
  3. Conscious action, not unconscious re-action

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The Rapid Response-Ability Experience

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Big Leap Bridge Class: Healthy Responsibility

Watch this recording of Healthy Responsibility: Creating Opening to Learning facilitated by Kathlyn Hendricks, Phd, BC-DMT. Learn how to move from blame to wonder in this one hour class where Katie shares tools from the Integrity Deck and talks about how we can learn how to respond, rather than react, in our daily lives. You’ll discover skills that will support you in opening to learning, noticing the connection between things, and responding consciously with curiosity and creativity.

You don’t need to have an Integrity Deck to enjoy this recording, but click below to learn about this wonderful resource.

Impeccable! The Integrity Deck

Open sesame!

Shift into Response-ability anytime you like with one of these simple questions:

Hmmm, what can I discover thanks to this?

How am I creating this?

What do I really really really want here?

How am I empowered in this situation?

Where might I see “choice” where I’ve never seen it before?

How is this familiar, and what in me is asking for love?

What possibilities arise when I acknowledge creating or inviting this?

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Response-ability in action

Get it easy, get it fast. Grow it with your whole body-mind, now using Jody Kaylor's Step On It process. Using Step On It you'll shift into response-able action.

Are you up for a Response-ability Challenge?

Join us in saying Yes!

Are you willing to admit just how powerful you are?

Are you willing to reclaim self-authorship where you haven’t felt it before?

Are you willing to take 100% response-ability for all aspects of your life?

Are you willing to love yourself for every choice you’ve made?

Want More Response-ability Wonder Questions?

A Wonder Question is asked with genuine wonder that is free from attitude and expectation for a specific or immediate answer. Wonder is spacious. When you ask a Wonder Question, your rational mind expands and you literally feel more space in your body and mind. In this open space, which the philosopher J. Krishnamurti called “freedom from the known,” there is room for miracles to occur.

Explore wonder with the Shake It Up journal