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Squash Soup Recipe

By Jane Sherry on Dec 19, 2019

Now that the weather is cooler, warm yourself with a winter squash soup. Make an easy nutritious Squash Soup. This recipe is good with either summer or winter squash, with Vegetarian, Vegan and Sattvic variations.
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Category: Jane's Garden Report
Tags: ayurveda, foods for healing, herbs, recipes

Lammas, Blessing of the First Harvests

By Jane Sherry & Curtis Lang on Aug 1, 2019

Lammas, heat of the year, blessing of the first harvests, join us in expressing our gratitude for Mother Earth's abundance."Put the dirt as your mother!"
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Category: Jane's Garden Report
Tags: cross-quarter-days, environmental crisis/solutions, great goddess, poetry

Jane's August 2016 Garden Report -- Full Moon in Aquarius, Leo Solar Festival 2016, Satya Center Cosmic Weather Forecast

By Jane Sherry & Curtis Lang on Aug 17, 2016

This Aquarius Full Moon and Leo Solar Festival stimulates our sense of self, helps us to access our own inner vision and creativity, and promises that we can turn the discoveries we make during our inner journeying into practical long-term plans that will transform our lives for the better, while also benefiting friends, family and community in the days, months, and even years to come!
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Tags: astrological forecasts, biodynamic farming and gardening, herbs, love/compassion, organic farming/gardening, satya center

Jane's Lammas 2012 Garden Report- We Honor Our Mother and Her Harvest

By Jane Sherry on Aug 1, 2012

Mother, today we celebrate the unity of the human family. Mother, we ask your forgiveness, for our destructive ways. Mother,we seek today to learn to forgive one another. Help us, Mother, to learn to love you as the old ones loved you, so that we may heal ourselves and our environment.
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Tags: cross-quarter-days, environmental crisis/solutions, foods for healing, great goddess, organic farming/gardening, pagan, wicca

Stocking Your Cupboard in the Nuclear Age

By Jane Sherry on Apr 11, 2011

We are charged with the Soul task of being good stewards for the earth & for ourselves & one another. Here are some things you can do to prepare for living on our Mother Earth in the nuclear age.
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Tags: cancer - tools for healing, environmental crisis/solutions, foods for healing, herbs

Psychic Self Defense

By Jane Sherry on Sep 20, 2010

Do you ever feel overly impacted by the emotional turmoil around you at home, work or out in the world? Or by the moods of your loved ones? Do you wonder if the emotions you are feeling sometimes aren't your own? Do you feel that sometimes when you walk into a room, that your energy changes to reflect whatever's going on around you? Empathy is the forerunner of compassion, and therefore a potentially very positive experience. However there is a danger involved in the empathic experience we should all understand.
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Tags: archangel michael, ascension practices, crystals, energy medicine, foods for healing, human aura/energy body, love/compassion, prana, chi, or Universal Life Force energy, unity consciousness

Jane's Candlemas and Valentine's Day Garden Report

By Curtis Lang and Jane Sherry on Feb 2, 2010

Within frozen depths does warmth stir, and mud rises. Seeds of air & fire, water & starlight move into the cold and wet places that awaken from slumber.
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Tags: candlemas, love/relationships, pagan, poetry, romantic love, soulmates, wise woman ways

The Quickening of the Year

By Jane Sherry with Curtis Lang on Feb 3, 2009

Candlemas is one of my favorite times of year, the time when in the depths of winter, I can dream of spring again, when the days wax in light & the birds return to our yard looking for food. Candlemas is the promise of the quickening not only of the seasonal year, but also the promise of desires' fulfillment.
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Tags: candlemas, cross-quarter-days, great goddess, wicca

Jane's Full Moon in Taurus, Scorpio Solar Festival 2007 Garden Report

By Jane Sherry with Curtis Lang on Oct 23, 2007

This Taurus Full Moon, occurring during the time of Sun in Scorpio, is governed by the planet Pluto, the Lord of the Underworld. Pluto is in some ways like the River of the Underworld, the River Styx, which is the crossroads between life and death, the path of initiation into the world of Spirits, and also the symbol of the collective unconscious, the great underground river of universal archetypes, myth, symbol, wisdom and power that flows through each and every one of us.
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Tags: ascension practices, biodynamic farming and gardening, chakra system, herbal tinctures/healing products, herbs, wise woman ways

Jane's Winter Garden Report 2006

By Jane Sherry & Curtis Lang on Dec 1, 2006

There is a tremendously powerful acquisitive and materialistic collective thought-form hovering in the ethers around us, and part of our joy and inner work as bringers of Light into this world is to counter that thought-form with compassion, opening our hearts and giving freely to those around us in need of uplifting.
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Tags: christmas, geopolitics, global news, great goddess

October 2006 Halloween Autumn Festival Newsletter

By Jane Sherry & Curtis Lang on Oct 31, 2006

This is the season of Scorpionic holidays, celebrating the time of yearly transformation when the veil between the worlds thins and all things normally repressed or hidden from sight erupt into the everyday world. Scorpio traditionally rules the process of transformation, and the evolutionary processes of death and rebirth.
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Tags: biodynamic farming and gardening, foods for healing, great goddess, halloween, organic farming/gardening, pagan, subtle energy, wise woman ways

Salad Vinaigrette

By Jane Sherry on Jun 10, 2005

Learn to dress a salad, make a marinade with oil and vinegar or lemon. An easy way to make vegetables & salads come alive with health and flavor.
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Tags: foods for healing, herbs, recipes

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