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You Searched For:   Laura Tempest Zakroff
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If you own a car, does it have a name? October 2 is Name Your Car Day. While it might seem silly to give your car a name, many folks who own cars tend to spend an awful lot of time in them. Most magical folks I know name their cars and talk to them as well. (I certainly do!) If you can recognize that your vehicle has an energy of its own, you’ll find you can head off major problems early and get more “life” out of it. You don’t have to do a formal naming ceremony, but ...

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September 29 is National Coffee Day. Besides being many people’s favorite magical brew to start the day, coffee has other metaphysical properties that are worth noting. As caffeine tends to speed things up, why not tap into that potential energy to hurry along something that could use a boost? Coffee is generally easy to come by, and it’s also good for clearing and cleansing. You can add coffee to your spell in one of three easy ways:  Liquid: Add black and freshlybrewed ...

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September 14 is National Live Creative Day. If you think you must be an artist, designer, or musician or have some distinct “talent” to be creative, think again. Creativity comes in many forms—we just need to be open to it coming into our lives. We find creativity when we work to find solutions to problems, when we share what we’re passionate about, and when we let go of fear and take a chance. All you need is you. To begin this spell, take three slow breaths to ...

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A thimble is a metal cap with a closed end used in sewing to help push in the needle while protecting the finger. It’s simple, utilitarian, and ubiquitous, which makes it perfect for spellcraft. My grandmother was a talented seamstress who liked to collect decorative thimbles from the different places she visited. I have a few beautiful ones on my altar to remind me of her and to act as a connection to those places. But they’re also useful for tapping into protective qualities. On ...

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It's not always easy to stay healthy. We eat the right foods and exercise, and still we can get sick. It's really bad when we are alone and don't have anyone to get us through this hard time. If an...
       
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