Type: Complete Ceremony

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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
“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 propose that we add an element to the traditional tashlikh ceremony, symbolizing our power: fire.”
group of people sitting around bonfire under night sky, their faces glowing
Ritual to acknowledge loss of abortion access
After Roe: A Havdalah Ritual for Losing Abortion Access
Baby naming tradition matching Hebrew letters of child’s name to biblical verses
Schein Family Baby Naming Traditions
“May you grow to be a strong woman”
Brit Bat: A Four Worlds Baby Naming Ceremony
“Help us strive to meet their needs with love”
A Ritual and Prayer Upon Adopting and Naming a Pet
“I wanted a way of acknowledging and bringing my own queerness into the wedding ceremony”
Blessing of Gratitude for Queer Ancestors & Community

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