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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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My village is gentrifying, and I often feel unsafe. On a bad day, I feel “less than,” unworthy, and worthless. I see how much time and money are being spent on the upgrade, rebuilding, and renovation of houses, and I am deeply aware that my financial resources are very different from “theirs.” Why do they deserve more than I? From there, it’s a quick spiral down into worthlessness. Ugh. In order to change consciousness around this dynamic, choose to undertake ...

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On this date in La Paz, Bolivia, begins the monthlong celebration of Alasitas. The main figure honored during this event is Ekeko, a god of abundance. Ekeko is depicted as a man carrying money and household items related to abundance. If presented with wheat, he provides a good harvest. If he is presented with money, the household will prosper. Miniature items are sold at the festival. These items are exchanged as gifts to bring specific types of abundance. It is believed that if you are ...

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Today is Christmas, which marks the birth of Jesus Christ, from whom the holiday gets its name. Whether or not you were raised a Christian, you probably celebrate this time with gift giving. It is said that three wise men traveled a long distance to bring the new child gifts, but you don’t have to spend a lot of money on frankincense and myrrh in order to celebrate the holiday. While it is always nice to have a fancy wrapped box under your Christmas (or Yule) tree, remember that there are ...

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Today is Lammas/Lughnasadh (pronounced loo-na-sa), the first harvest and a day honoring Celtic Sun god Lugh. It's a time to be grateful for what you have and for your opportunities. In modern...
       
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