Shevat: There’s a Light

Jan 10, 10 Shevat: There’s a Light

Posted by in Holidays & Holy Days

Shevat (שְׁבָט) is a breath of fresh air. We may have a way to go, but we can see the light at the end tunnel. We are released from the bonds of Tevet (טֵבֵת) and get our first promise of the spring to come with the holiday of Tu b’Shevat (ט״ו בשבט‎).

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Tammuz: Taking the Reins

Tammuz is the first month of summer, beginning just after the Summer Solstice. It is the month after Shavuot – the revelation. After the Exodus and the long trek through the desert, we’ve arrived at Sinai and received our revelation…so now what?

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Healing Herbs in Judaism

Apr 29, 09 Healing Herbs in Judaism

Posted by in Spiritual Practices

Knowing the symbolic nature of a food or its metaphysical properties can help you to draw the most out of these foods and use them for healing of body and spirit. Learn two from the Jewish perspective

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Iyyar: Healing and Growth

Iyyar is the month of introspection for self-improvement. It is a time to explore our relationship to ourselves and the world, and can be a time for deep spiritual healing.

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Kashrus Wrestling

So what’s a girl to do when she’s getting clear messages that explore a more traditional kosher path is important for spiritual growth and she’s got hams curing in her fridge that aren’t hers?

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