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Ahavah Ariel Sacred Arts Wheel of the Year Planner & Journal 1Q 2022

Ahavah Ariel Sacred Arts Wheel of the Year Planner & Journal 1Q 2022 cover image
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by: Leah Kiser, Kohenet
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Publication Date: January 1, 2022
Book Size: 6.69" x 9.61"
Pages: 215
Binding: Spiral Bound
Color: Color
ISBN: 9781006199202
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Book Synopsis
This book is designed for people who want to connect more with Judaism and their feminine side. It is a journal, planner, and calendar for the 1st quarter of 2022, January-March. Each daily planner page contains: *English & Hebrew Dates including both Jewish & Secular holidays, Daf Yomi Reference, Spaces for Intentions, Birthdays/Yarhzeits/Remembrances, Meetings & Appointments, Project Notes, Health & Fitness, Spiritual Connections, and blank space for Journaling, Drawing, etc. Each month includes: The Week Ahead, End of Week Debrief, Journal pages for Hebrew Months & Holidays, and the Shabbat Torah portions. Each volume of this series includes brief intros on The Netivot, The Tree of Life, The Four Worlds, Mussar, Hebrew Zodiac, and the Alef-Bet. And, of course, pages for brainstorming and outlining your quarterly goals. This is a wheel of the year journey of connecting with your spiritual side, self-empowerment & goal-setting. Ready? Set? Go!
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About The Author
Leah Kiser was ordained as a Kohenet (Jewish Priestess) in October of 2021. She spent many years as a lay cantor leading services at her Conservative Shul, as well as acting as Mashgiach and head of the kitchen doing catering at her congregation. She is married, has four grown children, and is looking forward to the second half of her life as a Sacred Artist and Teacher of Judaism, Kashrut, Shekinah, Kabbalah, and the 13 Netivot (Priestess Paths), as well as officiating at both traditional and non-traditional Jewish lifecycle events. Ahavah Ariel Sacred Arts was founded in 2019 to be the center of this circle of energy and light. Please visit the new website at www.ahavahariel.com for more offerings and publications.