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144 Spells matching the incense Clove
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Color of the Day
Incense of the Day

For this spell you’ll need three almonds, preferably raw ones. Wrap the almonds in a dollar bill and tape the ends closed so you have a tube. Carry it with you for seven full days and put it in your pillow case each night. On the morning of the eighth day, open the tube. On this day you must bury the three almonds and spend the dollar. As you bury the almonds (preferably in your yard or in a potted plant), visualize planting seeds of prosperity that will expand and return to you. Say ...

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Color of the Day
Incense of the Day

One morning as I stood outside sipping my coffee, a squadron of Canada geese flew over my head. They were honking loudly and were close enough that I could actually hear their wings flapping. It was a thrilling experience. I began pondering the question “Are you in the lead or part of the team?” Sometimes it’s good to be in the lead, and other times it’s good to be part of the pack. Use this spell to help you fly confidently in the direction that supports the ...

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Color of the Day
Incense of the Day

For this spell, you’ll need a slip of paper, a pen, and a handful of salt or sand. Choose a decision or situation in which you feel stuck, and write a concise description of it on the paper. Place the paper on a table, and ring it with a circle of sand or salt, making sure there are no gaps. Spend a few moments feeling into this stuckness, noticing where it appears in your body and any thoughts or images that arise. When you feel ready to shift, say: This stuckness that has held me ...

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Incense of the Day

In many places, November is gloomy and chilly. Today’s a good day to stay indoors and cozy up with your beloveds, both human and feline or canine. Read a good book to them. Le Petit Prince, by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, is supposed to be a children’s story. Le renard, the fox, asks the little prince to “tame” (make friends with) him. The fox gives the little prince (and us) an important life lesson when he says, On ne voit bien qu’avec le coeur. ...

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When you want to draw something into your life, it often helps to "stir the pot." Think about what you want, and draw sunwise circles or spirals with the index finger of your projective hand. Your...
        
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