Category Archives: Ecology

Celestial Center

For me balance, finding my own personal celestial center, is calibrated every year on the summer solstice. It is my soulstice. This is when I honor the time that I fasted and prayed to be healed and to have purpose … Continue reading

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Defining Balance

By Tiffany A. Dedeaux Balance is defined as an equal distribution. I think some people think of “life balance” and “living in balance” as everything in equal parts. I don’t see it that way. Sometimes when I struggle it is … Continue reading

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Climate Change Mistiming

By Tiffany A. Dedeaux Naomi Klein’s article, The Change Within, published in Cascadia Weekly was a great way to illustrate the issues with timing that climate change is causing. The key illustration is when animals who have not adjusted as … Continue reading

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Sacred Warrior

By Tiffany A. Dedeaux In looking over my notes for the posts I want to write I unintentionally put two words together:  Sacred Warrior.  If I were to invite you to be a Sacred Warrior, what would I be asking … Continue reading

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The Earth Being Itself

By Tiffany A. Dedeaux In the middle of a social conversation my husband made reference to June-uary and how the warmer temperatures and brilliant sunshine of April are all well and good, but soon there will be a chill in … Continue reading

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Remember to Remember

By Tiffany A. Dedeaux In considering the stories we tell ourselves, another client tells me she always thought of herself as an earth-friendly person.  With Earth Day drawing near she was challenged by a friend to reconsider the waste she … Continue reading

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Resilience

By Tiffany A. Dedeaux What does being resilient mean to you?  When considered Andrew Zolli, who was interviewed by Harvard Business Review, defined it as “the ability to maintain core purpose or to restore core purpose in the face of … Continue reading

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Grow in Life

By Tiffany A. Dedeaux Inspired by an article about growing your company I can’t help but think about how that relates to growing as a person.  For example, the first change recommended is to shift focus from ‘what’ you make … Continue reading

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