Walking the Camino: Six Ways to Santiago

The documentary Walking the Camino:  Six Ways to Santiago follows six people during their pilgrimage along the Camino de Santiago.

Walking the Camino reminds me of my video editing career because there were some edits I didn’t like (jump cuts that usually indicate there wasn’t enough footage) all while reminding me how I sometimes miss telling stories in video form.

I will confess that I am getting more of an itch to do rather than watch.  My premise for narrative ecopsychology is that story, photographs, and video can connect us to the environment but they are also not a substitute for direct experience.  This could be just restlessness now that Spring has winked and gotten me all excited, or this could be the promise of something more.  Time will tell and so will this blog.

Is there a growing restlessness inside of you?  What happens if you answer that call?

About Tiffany A. Dedeaux

Tiffany is an ICF Career Coach and a cross-pollinator of ideas with a background in broadcast journalism, social and ecopsychology, and coaching. Tiffany’s nearly two decades of experience has helped her to identify the power of story in connecting us to each other as well as to our environment. A believer in the power of reflection, practical application, and celebrating victories, Tiffany understands that the more we all live our dream, the more we can model it for future generations.
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