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You Searched For:   Dallas Jennifer Cobb
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Color of the day:  Rose
Incense of the day:  Orchid
 

Too often we are afraid of the dark, but as I tell my daughter, “There’s nothing in the dark that isn’t there in the light.” Tonight, claim the power of darkness. Walk slowly through your home, systematically turning off each light and saying: What’s in the light is all still here, soin the dark there’s nothing to fear. Turn off the last remaining light source and sit down. Sit with your fear or anxiety. Sit with it and breathe. Consciously slow down your ...

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Color of the day:  Pink
Incense of the day:  Rose
 

In 1989 in Montreal, Quebec, fourteen young women were murdered simply because they were women. The National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence was instituted across Canada in 1991 to remember the victims and to take action against gender-based violence. Because gender-based violence is woven intrinsically into our culture, and widely represented in popular media, we often encounter it and feel silenced and slighted. Today, let’s claim the right to live free of violence.Speak ...

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Color of the day:  Blue
Incense of the day:  Ivy
 

In the US, the Saturday after Thanksgiving is celebrated as Small Business Saturday to support and promote this vital part of the economy. Since 2010, Small Business Saturday has celebrated the sector that provides approximately 66 percent of all new jobs and 54 percent of all US sales. Today, be a conscious consumer. Vote with your dollars. Spend in a way that expresses your deeply held belief in community. Go out of your way to shop with local, family-based entrepreneurs and small ...

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Color of the day:  Orange
Incense of the day:  Juniper
 

Tonight and tomorrow are peak nights for the annual Leonid meteor shower, occurring from November 5 to 30 in 2019. Up to fifteen meteors per hour will be visible to the naked eye. Go outdoors, in the dark, after midnight. Find the constellation of Leo, where the meteors radiate from. A meteor is matter broken off an asteroid or comet that burns up upon entering the earth’s atmosphere. The “shooting stars” effect lasts for a few seconds or up to a minute. Like a kid, invoke ...

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Vacation time is beginning, and now is a good time to magically protect your vehicles before heading out on the road. This simple protection oil may help. Select three protective herbs such as basil,...
        
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