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Color of the Day
Incense of the Day

By January 31, some of the ambitions we had on the 1st have lost momentum, and we feel disjointed. It’s a good time to ask Hecate for guidance and blessings. Clean your house, and cleanse it with the smoke of lavender and rosemary incense. Hecate is connected to the crossroads. Take two yards of black fabric and two yards of white fabric. Create a crossroads on your floor by putting the pieces of fabric at right angles to each other, and place a table in the middle of the ...

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Incense of the Day

The bills are in and repayment on those Christmas and New Year festivities may have taken a toll on your bank account. It’s time to put some action into your finances. If you have debts, especially credit card bills and loans, then do a manifestation spell to consciously wipe them away using this snowball practice. This spell involves paying off the smallest debt first, then snowballing that money and carrying it on to the next bill until you are completely debt-free. Write down your ...

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Use this spell to bring stability, peace, and security to your home. You’ll need the Ten of Pentacles card from your favorite tarot deck, a light blue candle, some rose water, and a cotton ball. Place the candle on your altar, and lay the tarot card in front of the candle, facing you. Set the rose water and cotton ball off to the side. First, safely light the candle. Meditate on the card. Think about what you want your home to be like. Calm? Peaceful? Stable? Now gaze at the candle ...

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Sweet bean soup is a bit like liquid trail mix. Often served for Lunar New Year in many countries in Asia, it is a restorative food that has its roots in ancient curative cuisines. Nuts, spices, and dried fruits are slowstewed or days, along with sweet adzuki and lotus beans. The result is a thick, richly spiced broth with many sweet treasures suspended beneath the surface. Here’s a Crock-Pot version that is easy and rewarding. Cook the following on low heat for three to five days. Serve ...

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10-3-09 Color of the day: Brown Incense of the day: Sage Meditrina was a Roman goddess of healing. Libations in her name were made by drinking both old and new wines and stating that one was healed....
       
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