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Festival of Humanity June Full Moon Meditation

By Curtis Lang with Jane Sherry on Jun 9, 2017

This is the third of the three great spring festivals of the Universal Interfaith Spirituality of the New Age, occurring at the Sagittarius Full Moon and the Gemini Solar Festival. During Friday's Festival of Humanity, the love of Christ and the wisdom of the Buddha are showered down upon the Earth. Spiritual disciples of all paths and lineages and religions around the world receive inspiration and instructions concerning their roles and duties for the upcoming year.
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Category: Cosmic Weather Forecast
Tags: ascended masters, ascension practices, buddha, christ consciousness, meditation

Fortune Cookie of the Day: Spiritual Fire

By Jane Sherry on Nov 1, 2016

Check out Jane's 'Fortune Cookie of the Day'! Spiritual Fire
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Category: Jane's Garden Report
Tags: crystals and precious gems, divine love

Autumn Equinox: The Archangel Michael Meditation

By Curtis Lang with Jane Sherry on Sep 22, 2016

It's fall! Now it is time to end the negative karma we have with others whose energies interfere with our own free will and Higher Purpose. Archangel Michael comes armed with subtle fire and a sword of iron, to redirect Universal Life Force Energy on planet Earth upward, lending support to all spiritual practices, and offering the promise of accelerated spiritual growth in the season to come.
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Category: Cosmic Weather Forecast
Tags: archangel michael, autumn equinox, meditation, prana, chi, or Universal Life Force energy

Vegetarian Feast of Gratitude

By Jane Sherry on Sep 19, 2016

Delight in a combination of local fresh and exotic ingredients in this multi cultural vegetarian feast. Gratitude to all who tend their gardens so lovingly to feed us all.
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Category: Jane's Garden Report
Tags: foods for healing, recipes

Summer Quinoa Salad with Vegetables served with Tomato, Peach & Corn Relish

By Jane Sherry on Aug 5, 2016

This main course grain & vegetable 'salad' has been the hit dish of this summer season in our household for home or pot luck meals. The cooked quinoa, mixed with roast potatoes or tofu along with the freshest just cooked green vegetables from the farmer's market, lightly seasoned with the tastes of summer, make this dish not only easy to prepare but delicious to eat & filled with protein for someone on a vegetarian diet!
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Category: Jane's Garden Report
Tags: recipes

Yummy Quick & Easy Zucchini Soup

By Jane Sherry on Apr 2, 2016

Summer time staple!! Zucchini Soup, nourishing, fast, simple & one way to use up that preponderance of Zucchinis!
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Category: Jane's Garden Report
Tags: recipes

Jane Sherry: Creating Spiritual Art for the New Millennium

By Jane Sherry on Mar 15, 2016

The ancient traditions of priestess, shaman, scribe and storyteller serve as the foundation and inspiration for my work.
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Category: Jane's Garden Report
Tags: sacred art, wise woman ways

Venus Unbound

By Jane Sherry on Mar 3, 2016

The book explores the misogynist history of both Eastern and Western civilizations and reclaims the symbols of female power which have been subverted by priestly cultures worldwide.
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Category: Love
Tags: great goddess, love/compassion, love/relationships, wise woman ways

Saffron Brown Rice with Carrots

By Jane Sherry on Apr 15, 2013

Serve this dish as a main course or side dish. According to Ayurveda, saffron has wonderful healing qualities for all body types especially as a “blood revitalizer”.
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Category: Jane's Garden Report
Tags: ayurveda, foods for healing, recipes

An Auspicious Moment

By Jane Sherry on Dec 21, 2012

Again and again- we receive the information-we need for our journey-yet fear turns our feet to clay, some days it is hard to move a single step. Those days are for dancing in place.
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Category: Jane's Garden Report
Tags: poetry, winter solstice

Iroquois White Corn

By Jane Sherry on Nov 7, 2012

Irouois white corn is an heirloom variety grown on the reservation in upstate New York. Here's how to get some, plus a tasty recipe for white cornbread that really rocks your tastebuds.
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Category: Jane's Garden Report
Tags: recipes

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