Created by Jericho and their partner, Ash, The Pantheon Deck draws upon core Jewish archetypes as a resource for seekers pursuing healing, intimacy, and personal growth. With its view of the human psyche as inherently multiple, the Pantheon Deck's core model will be familiar to practitioners of Internal Family Systems Therapy, Ego-State Therapy, Psychosynthesis, Voice Dialogue, or other similar models, but the included guidebook provides a thorough introduction for beginners as well. Order your deck at www.pantheonwork.com
The Joy of Atonement
Offering an apology is a brave and powerful act in which we commit to a nobler, more just world. It might seem like a diminishment, but accepting and articulating responsibility for misdeeds not only honors those whom we harm, but it also expands our own sense of agency. Discover the power of apology, learn the ancient Jewish approach to restorative justice, and explore how to apply these values in your own life.
Mitzvat Haregah: Responses to our Collapsing Biosphere
Our biosphere is in dire trouble. Learn how to harness the power of the Jewish tradition of halacha and mitzvah to create a spiritually-infused action plan to navigate this crisis.
Explore the dazzling wisdom of genderqueer Torah, illuminating ancient Jewish wisdom on nonbinary gender and discovering the spiritual possibilities of gender play, no matter our gender identity.
Temple of the Stranger
Temple of the Stranger is a pop-up Judaic prayer service welcoming to all people and to all parts of who we are. A trauma-centered service, it welcomes in our brokenness, and celebrates our strength. Book Jericho to bring Temple of the Stranger to your community!
Cut Me Loose
Book Jericho for a book talk that dives into the world of Cut Me Loose, the "compulsively readable memoir” (Bookpage) "about conquering the unique injustices forced on women in not one, but two, different worlds” (The Daily Beast) that "should be read, not just as a warning of the very real dangers of the world, but also of the price to be paid when, in the name of religion, people forget humanity” (The Wall Street Journal).
“To know Vincent is to love her, to ache with her, to kick up your feet and let down your hair with her.”—Koren Zailckas, bestselling author of Smashed and Mother, Mother
“Vincent’s voice is as lyrical as it brave, as hopeful as it is honest.”—Christa Parravani, author of Her
“Vincent’s writing brims with tension, insight, and longing.”—Margaux Fragoso, author of Tiger, Tiger
“Gutsy, smart, and incredibly difficult to put down, Cut Me Loose chronicles Leah Vincent’s perilous and poignant search for identity.” —Wendy Lawless, author of Chanel Bonfire
“Leah Vincent shares a harrowing journey that will speak to all children fleeing intolerance, who struggle to be seen and accepted on their own terms.” —Julie Metz, bestselling author of Perfection