Kislev: Spiritual Alchemy

There is so much we could say about Kislev, but I think the spiritual focus is an important one to focus on this year. Within this system I’ve been developing this season is the one where we naturally focus on our connections to the Divine through creative expression.

For me, fire (אֵשׁ) represents the element of personal connection to G!(d)dess and water (מַיִם) is the element of personal creative expression. Put together we have a season where we can rebuild our personal Divine connection through the act of creativity.  As seen through the images from The Transparent Tarot below (L-R), the changes and harvest of Chesvhan (Death card) are transformed and bridged in Kislev (Temperance card), but can also trap us in Tevet (Devil card) if we are not careful.

Journey from Cheshvan to Tevet via Transparent Tarot Cards that overlap (L-R). First card is a scythe cutting through wheat representing Cheshvan through the Death Card. This card just overlaps the 2nd card, which represents Kislev via the Temperance card, visualized by a rainbow with a flame at one end and a cup at the other. The third card, Tevet and the Devil card, overlaps the rainbow near the cup appears as five chains pulling away from a wide central ring.
The Journey from Cheshvan to Tevet visualized with the Transparent Tarot

Imagine taking this perspective to the gift giving of the season!

Suddenly, it’s about being creative to recharge your personal bridge to the G!(d)dess.

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