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157 Spells matching the incense Juniper
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Work this spell with three or m ore friends, family members, or loved ones or with your magical group. You’ll need a large ball of yarn or string. Tie one end of the ball of yarn around one person’s wrist. That person begins, mentioning something they’re grateful for and adding details as desired. They then pass or toss the ball to another person, ideally someone across from them. That person wraps the string (not too tightly!) around their own wrist, mentions something ...

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Late summer is a good time to do a protection spell or to renew previous protection spells. This simple spell can be layered over existing wards to reinforce them. Gather these supplies:* A black candle in a holder* A small statue or picture of a dragon Sit where you won’t be disturbed for thirty minutes. Light the candle, saying: I ignite the dragon’s protectionfor my home, inside and out. Hold the statue or picture of the dragon. Close your eyes. Imagine protective energy ...

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The energies of the full moon are at the forefront today. It is also a Sunday, which means that you can tap into the energies of the sun. Today you can work to bring balance into any aspect of your life. You will want to call on the moon and sun to help you in this endeavor while working to literally balance some object. It could be stacking stones or balancing a pen on your forefinger. While you are working to bring about a physical manifestation of your desire, say: Help me find my balance ...

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The language of flowers reached its greatest popularity during the reign of Queen Victoria (1837– 1901), when social conventions prevented polite people from saying what they really meant. So they used flowers, among other things, to speak for them. Every flower has a meaning. Learn the language of flowers, herbs, and spices. Here are some examples:* Dandelion means “oracle.”* Ivy means “fidelity.”* Jasmine means “grace and elegance.”* Iris means ...

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Take a fresh egg and wash it with witch hazel. Hold it in both hands and say: I bless this egg with the energy of life and love. May this home be blessed with an abundance of all that we may need....
        
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