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174 Spells matching the incense Ginger
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Incense of the Day

Springtime heralds the arrival of gardening in most locations, and carrying out a seed and garden blessing will start the season off right. You’ll need some packets of seeds, a trowel or small shovel, some organic fertilizer, and a cup of water. Carry the items to your garden location. Hold the seeds skyward and say: I honor these seeds, each carryingthe essence of new life and the giftsof food, warmth, and shelter. MayI learn the lessons of these seedsand respect their ...

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Incense of the Day

As the day begins, the moon is waning in the deep water sign of Scorpio. It’s the perfect time to use water magic to cleanse yourself of any negative energy you may have. This spell uses three handfuls of bath salts, a teaspoon of lavender flowers (or three drops of lavender oil), and a hot bath. Soak in the bathtub with the salt and the lavender. Imagine that the hot water is drawing out any negative energy from you, like a tea bag releasing tea. When you’re ready to leave, pull ...

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This spell creates a focus to enhance success. First you need some beading thread or wire and a gold-tone sun charm. You also need five semiprecious stone beads representing different aspects of success: Sodalite: Success of the mindBloodstone: Success of the bodyAmethyst: Success of the spiritGarnet: Success of the heartTiger’s-eye: Success of the magic The sun charm selects success from the various things that each stone can do. Hold each bead and concentrate on its aspect. Then ...

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Spells often leave some sort of residue behind. This can include candle stubs, incense ash, bits of paper, dried petals, and so on. Most of the time, that gets cleaned up during or after an individual spell. However, sometimes magic happens in haste and not everything gets picked up. Here is a ceremony for clearing away the remnants of old spells. First take everything off your altar. Empty and wash the incense burner. Empty and clean the candleholders. Polish the athame. Wash the ritual ...

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If you are feeling overwhelmed right about now, here are some tips to help you fell better: 1. Turn off the telephone, TV, radio, and any other distraction. 2. Sit in a comfortable chair, with your...
       
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