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The February full moon is often referred to as the Snow Moon. Take advantage of today’s special energies to cleanse any water-safe crystals and tools you want to recharge. If you live in a snowy climate, fill a bowl with snow from the ground. Place the water-safe objects in it and leave the bowl out under the moonlight overnight. If you live in a climate that does not receive snow, you can place snowflake obsidian stones in the water to carry and honor the energy of snow. After you place ...

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Winter is a time for transform ation. The earth quietly begins to change too—bulbs begin to send up growth and seeds drowse before they stir with life as spring nears. It’s also a good time to cast a spell to bring about a positive transformation in your life. For this spell you’ll need colored pencils, a plain sheet of white paper, an envelope, and a pinch of soil. (Potting soil will do.) Select the colored pencils of your choice, then write down what it is you wish to ...

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Now the November wind begins to blow winter our way. This is a good time to use the force of the wind to end a problem in your life. If possible, perform this spell on a windy night. You’ll need a black candle in a holder, paper, pen, and a heatproof container. Light the candle and write your problem on the paper. Concentrate on ending your problem. Then carefully ignite the paper by holding it to the flame. Let it burn out in the container. Immediately blow out the candle. When the ...

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L’Shanah Tova! It’s Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year. Traditionally, it’s a time to forgive and be forgiven, to release old challenges and mistakes, and to bless the fresh new cycle ahead. A particularly magical Rosh Hashanah custom involves dipping apple slices in honey to fill the year with sweetness. The apple relates to health, as well as the feminine aspect of God, known as the Shekhinah. The honey symbolizes the sweet blessings we hope the Shekhinah will shower upon ...

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The May Full Moon and eclipse is in Sagittarius, the sign of philosophy, travel, and learning. You can use this time to broaden your horizons by burning a purple, orange, or yellow candle and...
        
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