We are responsive so, stay tuned for updates as they arise!!
YP is back in graduate school getting a second Masters (this one in ecological landscape design) to better support current earth repair projects. So....Roots and Trails programming is on indefinite pause. She still offers impromptu ceremonies, rituals, teachings, cohosts shabbas dinners, mentors a few folks, contributes to LTA events but any additional programs are replaced by tending to water, plant, microbe, fungi, nutrient cycling rhythms, storm schedules and growth life cycles gathering data, designing, observing and listening for how our reconciliation efforts can nurture the web that holds us. Check out mycoevolve.net for more on that portal.
Stay tuned for a return to Roots and Trails offerings likely after graduation august 2021 which in our ancestral calendar is 5778.
In the interim sending you deep blessings of strength, resilience, comfort and connection bewteen Miriam's Well and the Ner Tamid; spaciousness and original instructions from the spaces within and between the elemental wheel for planetary balance in all worlds.
From: Grounded in ancient times when our ancestors lived closed to the land honoring the Divine Feminine, Roots & Trails offers dynamic, curiosity-centered, ecological education & mentoring; rooted in honoring the enduring Abenaki Original Peoples of this land, they call N'dakinna, while we investigate and share diverse practices across the Jewish spectrum from exodus wilderness to kabbalistic to hasidic through renewal in the modern diaspora. In acknowledging the displacement of peoples from their homelands, participants are invited to consciously explore, experiment, relax into, and be empowered to support justice, healing, reclamation, and peace momentum in the world through these portals into interfaith networks.
How: Roots and Trails supports individuals, families & organizations in Jewish, interfaith multi - generational rituals, ceremonies, rites of passage processes, retreats, workshops, and collaborative projects that contribute to an evolving network of cocreative biocentric culture rehabilitation. Nurturing these core relationships allows ancestral roots of all traditions to engage together in the medicine work of equality and balance.
Please contact us with any interests, ideas, suggestions, and/or questions. Thank you!
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