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Conflict Resolution: Repairing Divisions through Kinship and Seasonality

Conflict resolution strategies and conflict resolution in the workplace often leave a lot to be desired. Learn how to repair divisions through kinship and seasonality in this episode of The Hearth Podcast.

In this episode, we go on a journey to discover how to repair divisions within ourselves and our communities through kinship and seasonal practices. Here are some of the things I talk about::

  • Kin as more than just our biological family

  • Biases inherent in systems

  • Building reciprocal, regenerative relationships

  • The devaluation of land through commodification

  • Hearth protectors - Tomté & Domovoy

  • Stewarding land that was unceded

  • Seasonal shifts and aligning to the seasons

  • Tarot, Ayurveda and Daoist seasons

  • Spiritual alignment in business

  • The seasons of gestation, creation, transformation, integration and death/rebirth

If something you heard today brought a smile to your face or a spark to your heart, and you’d like to connect with me, here are a few ways you can do that. One is my newsletter, it’s where I put most of my time and energy when I’m not working with clients or on this podcast. Sorry social media! It’s a mix of real life stories, tips and tricks and of course updates on what’s happening with the podcast. Whenever something is going on with me or in my business, it always comes out there first.

Another resource that I have for you is my Guide to Doing Work Differently. The guide takes you through four inquiries into how you can build a more sustainable and equitable work environment for yourself and your team. It's a great place to start.

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