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Spell: Weave a Bittersweet Spell

Color of the Day
Incense of the Day
 
Color of the day: Blue
Incense of the day: Carnation

Come September, each warm afternoon is a small gift of grace, as we witness the first touches of gold, and the burnished beauty of the Crone's alchemy. It is the season for harvesting bittersweet vine laden
with orange berries. Make a wreath for your door that evokes autumn's blessings. As you intertwine the vines, meditate on the year. Time affects us in its ever-winding wheel. The harvest season is a time of fruition, and as we look back upon our labors it is a good time to evaluate our spiritual path by asking:

What have I left unfinished?
What words need to be said?
Have I nurtured my year's intentions?
Have I honored Spirit this year?
Have I lived in accordance with my convictions?
Blessed be these lessons you weave.
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