Ginny Whitelaw’s Resonate: Zen and the Way of Making a Difference has been included in Nautilus Book Awards November 2021 Feature Focus page, highlighting Whitelaw’s book in the Threads of Connection section as an insightful and inspirational gift to give this holiday season.
In a world of great noise, disruption, and dysfunction, it’s hard to be heard or know how to make a difference. But master the principal underlying change, and you can live your most significant, joyful and resilient life. That principle is resonance, and Resonate is your guide. In these pages, you’ll discover:
- How resonance does everything
- How you can become a more resonant being
- How you can apply resonance to bring about change, from love and relationships, to goals and dreams, to large-scale social change
You’ve likely heard of “being on the same wavelength.” But prepare to be surprised by how pervasive resonance is, and how powerfully you can affect it. Resonance connects the inner and outer worlds, linking subjective experience and objective impact. It cannot be faked or fooled; resonance is a physical fact. But how we resonate is a choice, a condition we can cultivate.Combining the physics of energy transfer in the human body with physical practices adopted from Zen training, Resonate uniquely integrates how we can develop ourselves to change our world. Let Resonate show the Way.
Dr. Ginny Whitelaw is the founder and CEO of the Institute for Zen Leadership. A Zen master in Rinzai Zen, she combines deep, physical training with a rich scientific background, senior leadership experience at NASA, and over twenty-five years coaching and developing leaders. She is the author of four books, including The Zen Leader and Move to Greatness. She co-developed the FEBI®, which measures four patterns in the nervous system connecting mind, body and behaviors, and trains practitioners worldwide. Dr. Whitelaw has coached and trained leaders worldwide in such companies as: Merck, Novartis, JNJ, HP, T Rowe Price, and Hillrom. During her ten years at NASA, she became the deputy manager for integrating the International Space Station, for which she received NASA’s Exceptional Service Medal. She holds a PhD in biophysics, a BS in physics, and a fifth-degree black belt in Aikido.
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