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“We signed on to a covenant: / If we take care of the earth / it will take care of us.”
A hazy view of fields with mountains in the disatnce
“I saw, in our decaf, the plea for rain / we ask on behalf of the god of our ancestors”
damaged tree in forest
“Through the hundreds of mitzvot / You are trying to teach us / How to live a life / In reverence of interconnection…”
Hand holding a glass ball reflecting a pink magnolia tree
A blessing for a day with clean air.
Open window with white frame
“May our breaths continue / And our health and the health of all / Be preserved / In this time of haze, fire and climate disaster.”
dandelion fluff blowing against a cloudy sunset sky
Prayer for transferring a deceased body for the process of “natural organic reduction,” also known as “human composting”
small tree shown far away in bright green field with blue sky and clouds
“the prayer was dance”
light skinned young woman in a forest, hair blowing in the wind, arms swinging as if she is dancing. she wears a torqouise blue long tank top and jeans, and has long straight light brown hair.
This ritual can be used as a way to enter into a Tu B’shvat seder or teaching session or as an intention-setting or witnessing ritual for an environmental action
white hands cupping water over a body of water
“We come here in humility and gratitude today for the opportunity to celebrate the installation of our solar panels”
solar panels on a building with sunshine

The Reconstructionist Network

Dreaming Our Ancestors Home: Connecting With and Healing Our Past

Connect with your ancestral lineage through active waking and sleeping dreamwork. Guided mediations using active dreamwork, time travel to the past and future, and opportunities to engage in dream circles with the class as a whole and in hevruta will be part of the sessions. Four sessions starting March 19.

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