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One of the joys of spring is the coming of the first fresh herbs to gardens and markets. Some may even sprout in your own yard. It is probably no accident that many of the earliest herbs are especially good at detoxifying the body. Back in the old days, a winter diet was mostly made up of preserved or fresh meat and whatever vegetables could be stored for a long time. By the time people made it to spring, they needed all the cleansing they could get. These days, our winter diets might be ...

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Augury is an ancient form of divination. Simplified, it’s the act of asking a question and then observing the behavior of nature to get an answer. Go to a place with wildlife, such as a park or other natural area. Find a quiet spot to sit down comfortably, preferably away from other people. Close your eyes and ask your question. When you open your eyes, sit and watch for a while. What animals do you see, and how are they behaving? Birds in a loud flock represent upheaval and travel, ...

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If you work a nine-to-five job, Monday though Friday, Tuesdays can be tough. The barrage of Monday is over, but it feels like you’re an eternity away from Friday! To make your workweek fly by and ensure that you still get all of your essential tasks done, try this. Use a small jar or bowl to dilute five drops of pure peppermint oil with twenty drops of carrier oil. (Olive oil is fine, but you may also use jojoba oil, safflower oil, or almond oil.) Before you go to work, anoint a tumbled ...

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You may have heard this old expression, which originated in England and is best known to most people through the character of the March Hare in Alice in Wonderland. The saying comes from the unpredictable behavior of the hare, or wild rabbit, during its mating season in March. You might think this is a bad thing, but if you’ve been in a relationship for a while, you might be feeling the need for a little fanciful madness of your own. To bring a little passion to your relationship, try ...

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As our calendar year comes to a close, take a moment to light a white candle and to reflect on all of the lessons that you have acquired. Ask the Lord and Lady for illumination and wisdom to help...
        
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