We are entering the new moon of the Hebrew month of Tammuz.
With the fragrances of spring awakening our senses and vaccinations in many of our arms, we enter the new moon of the Hebrew month of Sivan, the time to open our hearts and minds and receive with gratitude the myriad gifts here for us to savor.
We enter into the new moon of the Hebrew month of Iyar, the time of healing mind, body, and spirit though connection to our hearts, each other, and the One.
After these past challenging months, we now stand at the threshold of the new moon of Adar, the Hebrew month that celebrates the qualities of joy and laughter, so essential to our healing from this time of division and foreboding.
As we enter the new moon of the month of Shevat, the energy we experience is likely to shift gradually. Shevat is a time of inner renewal and nascent creativity when the mystery of the creative process is hidden from our view; it resides deep within seeds, roots of trees, and the awakening mind of humanity.
The new moon of the Hebrew month of Tevet ushers us into this liminal space and time where we are suspended, in transition, waiting, watching, wary.
As we enter the new moon of the Hebrew month of Kislev, we experience the darkest time of the year, the time when we must use our intuition, understanding, and courage to bring in the light, to keep our faith burning strong and clear in the midst of darkness, chaos and fear.
After the vibrational recalibration of the High Holidays, we take a dive down into the depths in this new month of Cheshvan.