Category Archives: Wilderness

Life is Made of Moments

Oooo  oooo ooo, the owl in me says Drawing attention to something that catches my attention   A reminder of whoooo ooo ooo I am

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Lantern to Light Your Way

By Tiffany A. Dedeaux I met someone recently who asked about the logo for my coaching practice, Sacred Time.  I admitted to her something I realized a while ago and that was that the same letters that spells SACRED also … Continue reading

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The Journey is Yours

By Tiffany A. Dedeaux This is my journey.  That is the realization of one pilgrim Walking the Camino.  She had her brother and son in tow which gave her time to prayerfully walk on her own because her brother could … Continue reading

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Living in the Moment

By Tiffany A. Dedeaux I spent six months in Australia for work from July 2008 to February 2009.  Having just figured out how much better hiking is than walking in the city I spent every free moment between assignments trying … Continue reading

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We Carry Our Fear

By Tiffany A. Dedeaux In the documentary Walking the Camino:  Six Ways to Santiago, the idea that the packs we carry represent our fear is intriguing to me not just because I’m reminded of the Monster that Cheryl Strayed carried … Continue reading

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Letting Go of the Ego

By Tiffany A. Dedeaux In the Camino that is my life I am currently learning to let go of competition.  It doesn’t help me to know what others are doing.  It distracts me, really, because I don’t know how hard … Continue reading

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Six Ways to Santiago

By Tiffany A. Dedeaux The Six Ways to Santiago in the documentary Walking the Camino are not literal paths but the witnessing of the journey for six individuals.  The six insights that I walked away with from the different experiences … Continue reading

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Healing in Nature

By Tiffany A. Dedeaux I have a Shropshire Lad rosebush in my backyard because it was created the year my husband’s son–my stepson–was born.  I find it interesting the role nature can play, even unconsciously, with those who grieve.   … Continue reading

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Signs of Spring: Resiliency in the Storm

By Tiffany A. Dedeaux Inspired by my Narrative Ecopsychology blog I thought it important to share with you the realization that even as you are on your way up to new heights, nearly through the darkness of the tunnel into … Continue reading

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Blocked Paths

By Tiffany A. Dedeaux Have you ever noticed, either while walking in the city or trekking through the woods, that there are times when you look ahead and there appears to be no way forward?  Seriously, you look up and … Continue reading

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