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Color of the Day
Incense of the Day

One of the benefits of winter is that it is a calmer, quieter time. Spring is full of rebirth, noisy and energetic. Summer is busy, as we try to take advantage of the nicer weather and get outside to work or play or take vacations. Fall is harvest time or going back to school. But in the winter, things slow down a bit. If you live in a northern clime, the snow might blanket the ground and bring its special hush. Even in warmer places, the beaches may empty of crowds. Take time today to embrace ...

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Color of the Day
Incense of the Day

Now nature begins its climb toward spring and summer, to growth, maturity, and eventually the harvest. We also begin our own climb. We have a clean slate before us. To what heights will you climb this year? On a sheet of clean white paper, write two or three goals you’ve set for yourself this year. Or write them in your Book of Shadows. They could be health or diet goals, or perhaps a career or education goal—anything you desire. After you’ve written them, say: Now nature ...

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For this spell you’ll need a handful of soil, preferably from a garden where food crops have been growing all summer. If you can’t obtain this, then some dirt from any place where plants are flourishing is fine. Cup the soil in your hands and meditate for a few moments on the significance of fertile land—how vital it is for all life on Earth. Speak these words: Fecund land and fertile soil,like the harvest that we reap.Abundant Earth, please help me earnprosperity ...

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As a tree hugger, it seems logical to me to send trees love and peace at the end of their growing season. After all, they give us shade, oxygen, fruit, and more. The Fall Equinox marks the day when the Wheel of the Year starts to turn toward the dark months. It’s a perfect time to send some love and gratitude to ancient tree spirits, as soon they will lose their leaves and go dormant for the winter. For this spell you will need 3 cups water in a pot and ½ cup each dried lavender, ...

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Beltane Today is Beltane, one of the eight sabbats marking the wheel of the year. Pagans celebrate this holiday with bonfires, feasting, and dancing around the Maypole. Associated colors include...
       
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