The recent natural disasters have shown us that being able to fend for yourself and your family for extended periods of time may be one of the most valuable skills we can have. Resiliency is valuable in good times and in bad. A resilient home moves with the natural rhythms of the days and the seasons. It is a way of living that creates positive impacts and reconnects us to our true way of being while giving us a strong foundation to grow from.

The world is changing in many ways and the skills of resiliency can help you lead the way to a better tomorrow for all of us.

Resiliency (noun):

1. the power or ability to return to the original form, position, etc., after being bent, compressed, or stretched; elasticity.
2. ability to recover readily from illness, depression, adversity, or the like; buoyancy.

Resiliency has many levels:

Resiliency 1 to 1 –  Personal resiliency: the ability to adapt and thrive in changing circumstance.

Resiliency 101 – Homestead resiliency: the ability to provide the basics of life for you and your loved ones. A 16 hour foundational class.

Resiliency 1 on 1 -Immersion Resiliency: spending a week living the resilient lifestyle and learning by doing.

Resiliency 1 for 1 – Community resiliency: A network of people with healthy inter dependencies and a broad and deep range of resiliency skills.

Where there is resiliency there is confidence. Where there is resiliency there is equanimity. Where there is resiliency there is the ability to meet and overcome challenges on a personal, community and global level.

Resiliency is Greenburg, Kansas rebuilding themselves as a LEED certified green town after a tornado wiped out 95% of their town. It is about coming back stronger and better from whatever challenge life has given you.

Life will continue to challenge you – Are you up for the challenge?

To learn more about how to increase your personal resiliency click here.

To learn more about homestead resiliency click here.

To learn more about immersion resiliency click here.

To learn more about community resiliency click here.

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