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Time to exercise our imaginations! To remember our powerful ability to imagine life anew and differently. To reclaim the magick at the core of imagination and use it to create a safe and loving world for everyone.

 

Gaia’s Temple c/o

Rev. Judith Laxer

www.gaiastemple.org

 

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Listen Like A Mother!

Featuring vocalists: Kimberly Agbayani, Pamela Gerke, Aureole Lighten and Elizabeth Zinda

A loving mother listens deeply. She is listening to be present, to learn, to gather information for understanding, to know how to respond and what to do. We all want to be heard, but the greater question is, how well do we listen?

Gaia’s Temple c/o

Rev. Judith Laxer

 

Furious for Good

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Furious for Good

Rage, an appropriate emotional response to injustice, is also an arrow pointing us toward needed changes. Rather than let our anger devolve into violence, or keep us paralyzed with frustration, how can we use our rage as fuel for peaceful and effective action?

Featuring Tema Gochberg and Aureole Lighten.

 

Gaia’s Temple c/o

Rev. Judith Laxer

revjudith@gaiastemple.org

The Nature of Opposition!

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It's not a question of if we will find ourselves in a fight, it's a question of when. And more importantly, the question is how do we want to fight? How can we be strategic, and remain steadfast in our stance against harm?

 

Gaia’s Temple c/o

Rev. Judith Laxer

www.gaiastemple.org

Good Grief!

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Good Grief!

 

Grief is a companion to life. Grief is the price of love. Grief has no timeline, there is no speeding it up, and most assuredly, it doesn't end. And we are stronger when we grieve together. Join us as we continue on our journey learning Revolutionary Love. It's time for Good Grief.

 

Featuring Amber Darland and music by Shawna Carol and Aureole Lighten

 

Gaia’s Temple c/o

Rev. Judith Laxer

Revolutionary Love

Revolutionary Love!

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Featuring Vocalist Aureole Lighten

What the world needs now is love, sweet love! But not merely love like a rush of emotion. Love that is sweet, ongoing labor. I am deeply inspired by Valarie Kaur's work, and Revolutionary Love will be the over-arching theme for 2022 in Gaia's Temple. As the new year begins, prepare for a revolution of the heart.

 

Gaia’s Temple c/o

Rev. Judith Laxer

www.gaiastemple.org

 

Time to Dream

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Time to Dream!

The depth of Winter is the time to dream up the future we want to live into.

Before Yule brings the return of the light, what beautiful dreams can we conjure in the dark?

 

Gaia’s Temple c/o

Rev. Judith Laxer

www.gaiastemple.org

The River of Life

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The River of Life!

Featuring Teresa Tudury

The River of Life carries us further into November and Winter's stark beauty. We lift our hearts in gratitude for Mother Nature's bounty and we count our many blessings. Sometimes those blessings disguise themselves as hardship, sometimes they arrive unwelcome, sometimes our blessings are undetectable. But all of them comprise the deep waters that become the river of our lives. Join us to contemplate how to more fully enjoy the ride.

 

Gaia's Temple c/o

Rev. Judith Laxer

Ancestral Healing

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Ancestral Healing!

 

There is more to the skeletons in the closet than just secrets we don't yet know. There are stories that live in our blood, trauma held in our souls, wounds held in our psyches that come down our Ancestral line.

 

When we do the work to heal, we not only liberate ourselves,

but those who came before us and those who will come after.

 

Rev. Judith Laxer

www.gaiastemple.org

A Promise Kept!

A Promise Kept!

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The Wheel turns bringing the Autumnal Equinox

and the time of Persephone's descent.

She keeps Her promise.

How will we keep ours?

 

Gaia's Temple c/o

Rev. Judith Laxer

www.gaiastemple.org

 

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