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Happy Easter Sunday! My dear friend, Amy, shared this in her newsletter for Acupuncture, Health & Wellness and I wanted to share it with YOU. “Spring is a time of rebirth and renewal. Plants return to life after winter dormancy and animals mate and procreate. Many cultures used to hold spring festivals to celebrate this renewal of life and promote fertility. One of these festivals was in honor of Eostre or Eastre, the Anglo-Saxon goddess of dawn, spring and fertility. It’s believed that she had a hare as her companion. The hare (well known for its propensity to reproduce…a lot) symbolizes fertility and rebirth. It is thought that the word Easter comes from this goddess Eastre. Originating among German Lutherans, the “Easter Hare” originally played the role of a judge, evaluating whether children were good or not. The idea of an egg-laying rabbit was taken to America in the 1700’s by German immigrants. They told their children to make ‘nests’ with their caps and bonnets, and if they were good the Easter Bunny would leave them colored eggs.” What a beautiful tradition – tying an old tradition to a new way of thinking, being, and believing. Welcome the Wood energy of Spring with gratitude, family, bunnies (and chocolate) today and every day!

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