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Incense of the Day

Ac cording to Jewish tradition, today is Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement. It’s a good time for clearing away past mistakes and negative energy. Asking forgiveness for wrongs helps to heal relationships too. For this spell you will need a bowl of water, a pinch of salt, and a hand towel. Sprinkle the salt over the water and say:By the tears of the sea,Be pure and blessed be. Rinse your hands with the water and say:Where salt and water go,May sacred clearing flow. Sprinkle the water ...

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Incense of the Day

Tuesdays are a good time to work on romantic connections and relationships. If you have been unlucky in love, you can work on drawing to you the best partner. First, on a piece of parchment paper, write down a list of characteristics you want in a partner. Be brutally realistic and honest with yourself. Next, create a sachet of love herbs. These can include cinnamon, apple, basil, thyme, clove, jasmine, and many more. Use the herbs you have on hand and that work for you. You can also add in ...

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For many people, both children and adults, the beginning of September means time to return to school. But whether you are attending formal classes or not, success in life often depends on the ability to keep learning and growing. That might mean success in a career, achieving spiritual goals, having healthier relationships, or simply becoming a better person. Today, pick (at least) one area of your life where it feels as though you might have more to learn, and make a commitment to do so. ...

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I live in a lakeside village, swim a lot, and enjoy backcountry kayaking and camping. Potable water is an issue when camping. I no longer take water for granted. When I purify water for backcountry consumption, I always pause to thank and bless the element of water. Nibi Wabo, the First Nations water blessing ceremony usually done on a February new moon, reminds us to give thanks to water in ceremony. When you brush your teeth, give thanks. When you drink tea or coffee, give thanks. When you ...

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January is a time to honor the rational and logical mind and the instinctual, natural parts of ourselves. Wholeness is key here. You need two pieces of string nine inches, feet, or yards long. Use...
       
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