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“I feel whole for having finally embraced / those living waters and the Jewish people and / myself.”
a star of David on a chain
A mikveh ritual to mark the end of a challenging time.
hand underwater in pool
While traditional mikveh rituals use water, this alternative uses the air generated by four fan-bearers.
clouds blowing across a blue sky
“12 months of mourning, / Travelling, conjoined, / On our continuing / Separate ways.”
dark water with bubbles of light
“I stand here today to acknowledge and affirm this moment in my spiritual journey”
black and white photo of white woman immersed in ocean water, head sticking out the water, leaning back, eyes closed
“Forgive me and help me to forgive myself and others”
white woman with eyes closed immersed in water, half her face submerged, smiling
“I am more aware of the fluidity of it all”
close up of ocean water with sunlight on the surface
“It is a cosmic principle … the Eternal Mystery”
Hukat Olam

“So dear this daughter / As she prepares to immerse”

With My Daughter at the Mikveh

“There is nothing mere about water”

Water: A Prayer/Mikveh Ritual for an IVF Miscarriage

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