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Monthly Rosh Chodesh Circle for Female Beings, hosted by Roots and Trails & Congregation Ruach haMaqom. 168 Archibald St. Burlington, VT 05401
We gather @ each new moon in sacred space, confidential and aligned with themes from our ancestral calendar. A general structure of circle casting, introductions, chants, prayers, teachings, experiential activities, sharing, discussion, reflection, and closing is followed each month with rotating facilitators as the circle evolves. Donations to help RHMQ pay for heat and lights are welcome. This circle is for all who identify as a female. Each circle's end we will choose the next date & facilitators.
Adar II 27: April 3: 5:30-7:30pm facilitated by YP & TBD
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Exploring the Divine Feminine Foundation of Judaism Congregation Ruach haMaqom. 168 Archibald St. Burlington, VT 05401 Adar II 10, March 17: 6:30-8:30pm
Join in circle back to aboriginal Judaism when worship was rooted in earth practices, living tree reverence, embodied Goddess presence, and magical ways still going. We will delve into, between and beyond texts written and oral as well explore different names of Divinity and Jewish prayer approaches that explore the Mother roots of Judaism.
Shabbas space for all interested in Divine Feminine, earth-based Jewish practices
NE Women's Herbal Conference August 14-16, Camp Wicosuta, Newfound Lake, NH
Earth based Jewish rituals will be offered during friday eve to welcome in the Shabbas, saturday morning in creative space for movement, prayer, and meditation and saturday eve to thank and honor Shabbas' departure through ancient ritual of Havdallah.
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.