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It’s Earth Day, so let’s practice earthing, or grounding—attuning our energy with that of the earth. Stress, pollution, illness, and negativity can create free radicals: molecules that have lost one or more electrons. Free radicals can induce oxidative stress, which can lead to diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and multiple sclerosis. Good ions are oxygen atoms with extra negatively-charged electrons. Abundant in nature, they’re present in the earth, beach, mountains, ...

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Take advantage of April showers with this spell that uses rain and the element of water. All you need to do is go outside on a rainy day, visualize your goal, and chant the following: Rain is falling to the ground.Water bring your magic down.With every drop that you allow,Fulfill the wish I whisper now. State your goal. ...

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On a sunny, calm day, collect a jar of water from a tranquil pond, lake, or fountain. As you do so, spend a moment feeling how still and serene the place is. Notice the gentle ripples in the water, the soothing lapping sounds, and the harmonious existence of any wildlife. Imagine that calmness and serenity infusing the jar of water like a soft ray of sunshine. Put the lid on the jar and take it home. Dribble a trail of this water on the sidewalk or street outside your home, then up the ...

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April rains are cleansing and nourishing. They cleanse the earth and enable seeds to sprout and buds to swell toward maturity. April rain can also cleanse and charge scrying tools such as magic mirrors or crystal balls. To do this, select a rainy April morning. Place your scrying tool outside in a safe place, such as in a window box or beneath a shrub. Let it stay out for about an hour, then bring it in and, if needed, rinse it quickly in water. Dry it with a clean white cotton towel. Then hold ...

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Ancient Romans celebrated Nemoralia, Festival of Torches, from August 13 to 15 (or the Full Moon). This holiday honored Diana, the Moon goddess. Hunting or killing of animals was forbidden. For this...
        
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