Jump Up: Good Times Throughout the Seasons With Celebrations from Around the World

Many people are unaware of the connection between holidays and the earth based seasonal traditions from which these special days evolved Using myth, folklore, and poetry, this book reacquaints readers with well known traditions.Organized by season, each section begins with a story followed by rituals that readers can enact to create their own celebrations Ceremonies andMany people are unaware of the connection between holidays and the earth based seasonal traditions from which these special days evolved Using myth, folklore, and poetry, this book reacquaints readers with well known traditions.Organized by season, each section begins with a story followed by rituals that readers can enact to create their own celebrations Ceremonies and traditions come from Africa, Europe, the Americas, Asia, and the South Pacific, from Christmas and Kwanzaa to the Ritual of the Cleansing Fire and the Building of the Autumn Equinox Altar.
Jump Up Good Times Throughout the Seasons With Celebrations from Around the World Many people are unaware of the connection between holidays and the earth based seasonal traditions from which these special days evolved Using myth folklore and poetry this book reacquaints readers

  • Title: Jump Up: Good Times Throughout the Seasons With Celebrations from Around the World
  • Author: Luisah Teish
  • ISBN: 9781573245517
  • Page: 351
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Jump Up: Good Times Throughout the Seasons With Celebrations from Around the World”

    1. I found a lot of inspiration in this book, and I will be referring to it often. The author has an engaging writing system.

    2. I didn't have plans to read a book during the end of one year and the beginning of the other, but that's what happened. Maybe because it was two days after Winter Solstice and it seemed appropriate at the time. I found myself reading it much quicker than I anticipated without putting it down to get back to it someday, as I have been doing lately with books. Eh, it was a book on international celebrations throughout the turning of the seasons. I admit I'm not a fan of ritual for the sake of ritua [...]

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