Goddess Full Moon Meditation March 5 w/ Rabbi Jill Hammer & Taya Shere from Kohenet Hebrew Priestess Institute

Goddess Alive Radio with Rabbi Jill Hammer and Taya Shere Kohenet Hebrew Priestess Institute and Full Moon Meditation

Goddess Alive Radio is honored to welcome Rabbi Jill Hammer and Taya Shere, the Founders of the Kohenet Hebrew Priestess Institute, for an interview AND Goddess Full Moon Meditation on Thursday, March 5 at 8pm eastern!

The Moon is Full in Virgo at 1:05 pm eastern.

Rabbi Jill Hammer, PhD, is an author, teacher, midrashist, mystic, poet, essayist, and priestess.  She is committed to an earth-based and wildly mythic view of the world in which nature, ritual, and story connect us to the body of the cosmos and to ourselves.  She has been called “a Jewish bard.”

Taya Shere is a chantrika; wild earth shebrew; rav kohenet; embodying judaism & the sacred feminine.

The Kohenet Hebrew Priestess Institute revives and re-embodies Judaism through the gifs of women spiritual leaders and through experience of the sacred feminine. Kohenet facilitates the creation of transformative Jewish ritual that is embodied, earth-based, feminist and inspired by traditions of women’s spiritual leadership. Kohenet draws on ancient Israelite sources, Jewish texts and folklore, kabbalah and contemporary creativity.  Kohenet on Facebook

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Link to listen to the archive

More about Rabbi Jill Hammer:

Rabbi Jill HammerRabbi Jill Hammer, PhD is an author, educator, midrashist, myth-weaver and ritualist. She is the co-founder of Kohenet Hebrew Priestess Institute . She is also the Director of Spiritual Education at the Academy for Jewish Religion, a pluralistic Jewish seminary. Rabbi Hammer is the author of Sisters At Sinai: New Tales of Biblical WomenThe Jewish Book of Days: A Companion for All Seasons, and the co-author of The Hebrew Priestess and Siddur HaKohanot: A Hebrew Priestess Prayerbook.  Rabbi Hammer conducts workshops on ancient and contemporary midrash, bibliodrama, creative ritual, kabbalah, Jewish dreamwork, and Jewish cycles of time. She was ordained at the Jewish Theological Seminary and holds a doctorate in social psychology from the University of Connecticut.

Connect on RabbiJillHammer.com

More about Taya Shere:

Taya ShereTaya Shere plays passionately in the realms of transformative ritual, mystical movement and embodied vocalization. She co-founded the Kohenet Hebrew Priestess Institute and serves as rabbi/spiritual leader at Olney Kehila Congregation in Olney, MD. Her chant albums Torah TantrikaHalleluyah All Night and Wild Earth Shebrew have been heralded as “cutting-edge mystical medicine music” and rock devotional tribe world-wide. Taya is a practitioner of the body-awareness-based healing art Somatic Experiencing. She looks for yeses everywhere.

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Goddess Alive Radio is the weekly Blogtalk Radio show for the MotherHouse of the Goddess and is hosted by Kimberly F. Moore, Founder of the MotherHouse of the Goddess. We focus on topics about Women’s Empowerment, Alternative Medicine, and Living Mythology – how the Goddess is moving through our lives today. Priestesses, Practitioners, Healers, and Shamans will be joining us to discuss their practices and experiences with the Goddess. Every month, we hold an online meditation to connect with Goddess energy just prior to the Full Moon and New Moon in our Goddess Moon Meditations.  See the Goddess Alive Radio Show page for archives and the upcoming schedule.

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2 Responses to “Goddess Full Moon Meditation March 5 w/ Rabbi Jill Hammer & Taya Shere from Kohenet Hebrew Priestess Institute”

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  1. Carol Brigid says:

    I love Rabbi Jill Hammer’s books!!! I can’t wait to listen to the archived program!

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