Dianne Monroe

Dianne Monroe is a Life Mentor, Experiential Educator, writer and photographer, living in Santa Rosa, CA. She offers programs and personal mentoring using a blend of arts, creativity and nature connection practices to support people in finding soul path and purpose, knowing their deepest life story for this world, navigating times of transition and more. Visit her website (www.diannemonroe.come), email her (Dianne@diannemonroe.com) or read more of her articles (http://www.diannemonroe.com/articlesinterviews).


One Little Question: How the Horrific Grows in Small Steps

As I write this article, the Trump regime wants to add one simple question to the census – Are you a US Citizen. What harm can there be in answering this simple question – if you are living here legally? If you are a citizen?

July 23, 2018

Life in the Anthropocene: Field Notes from the Santa Rosa Fire

These firemen drove straight into a firestorm that was much larger than they expected. Once there, they looked around for something they could save – and set to work saving it. We live in the age of the Anthropocene, a firestorm that is likely to be so much larger than we expected. How can we, in an analogous way, find our own “Line of Sorrow” and work to save what can be saved?

November 2, 2017


Lessons From The Holocaust For Our Times

We truly cannot envision the ripple effects of our actions and the impact they can have on the future.

February 16, 2016

Shared Land Stewardship; A Ceremony for the Restoration of Native Lands in the Heart of the Urban East Bay

Hank Herrera has a vision of how to be with the land – something ancient that can be reclaimed for the future.

October 26, 2015


Edge-Dwelling: A Social Ecology For Our Time: Part 5: Shamans, Midwives, And Hospice Workers

Beyond the edge where what we know and don’t know meets lies the Unknown (with a capital U).

March 4, 2014


Review: Collapsing Consciously by Carolyn Baker

Carolyn Baker writes with passion, insight and courage about a topic that most people turn away from – the emotional, psychological and spiritual aspect of what she and many others call “collapse.”

February 28, 2014

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