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Color of the Day
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Spring is finally in the air, both literally and figuratively. If you open your window, you can probably smell a new freshness and hear the birds changing from their winter songs to the ones they sing in the spring. Depending on where you live, there may be the scent of flowers growing. Even in the city, the air will smell cleaner and you will sense the potential for growth and new beginnings. Throw open a window—or all of them—and use a small hand fan or scarf to waft the air over ...

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Incense of the Day

Tuesday, the day of Mars, is always a good time to do work for new beginnings and breakthroughs. Today happens to be a particularly powerful day for this, as Mars is currently transiting Taurus, the sign known for its work ethic. Cast this spell to open the roads that feel blocked to you. Using a small carving tool, etch the name of the block you wish to bust on the side of a red candle. Dress the candle by rubbing the sides with ground ginger and cinnamon, then affix it to a firesafe dish or ...

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The holidays are so stressful for some folks. Maybe there’s a lot to do and not enough time to do it. Perhaps you’re alone, or maybe you’ve got a large and argumentative family. Whatever the situation, this spell will help you keep your cool and find a way to stay peaceful and centered. You’ll need a pen and some unlined paper, a candle in a holder, and something to light it with. Write down the names of the people who stress you out—or, if it’s a situation ...

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Gertrude Barnum was born on September 29, 1866. She was an organizer for the International Ladies’ Garment Workers’ Union and an investigator for the Department of Labor, dedicated to labor reform and safe work practices. Today’s spell is simple and powerful and a way of walking the talk. When you encounter anyone working today (at the grocery store, at school, at your workplace, etc.), simply say to them, with no explanation and no elaboration: Thank you for all you ...

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The world can be a frightening place, and many of us face challenges in our everyday lives that test our resolve and call for more courage than we feel we have. Tap into the energy of the summer Sun...
        
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