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Earth energy is off the charts today, making this a fantastic time to bless and consecrate a garden plot, a planter, or pretty much any area or anything in which you can grow a plant. To do this, make a tea from hyssop, lavender, and thyme, and set it aside to cool to room temperature. Strain the tea into a small cup or bowl, and add the leftover organic matter to the compost pile. Using the fingers of your dominant hand, sprinkle the desired area or item with the tea as you recite this ...

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Today is National Walking Day in the United States. The goal is to get people exercising; however, it’s a good opportunity to explore the spiritual benefits of the celebration. Let’s make a mini pilgrimage! Not everyone can make grand pilgrimages to legendary sites afar, but your local spiritual spots are well worth a mini pilgrimage. Do you have a special site in nature, like a lake, a river, a botanical garden, or even a local monument to somebody you respect? These, too, are ...

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Ancient Europeans worshiped the first eggs of spring, to honor with gratitude the return of the regenerative fertility and life-sustaining cycles of Earth. This Ukrainian parlor game is a lively way to learn to maintain your compassion and tenderness under pressure. It teaches us that every egg is a treasure and our own endurance and patience are redeeming survival skills, because with time and practice we can all steadily develop any ability. Nestle an egg between two teaspoons, holding one ...

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Finding just the right tools for Witchcraft can be a challenge. Make your search just a little bit easier with this spell. You’ll need a few pieces of paper, a pair of scissors, and a pen/pencil. Start by thinking about what’s missing from your altar, and draw each item on a piece of paper. Add as much detail as you can, but don’t worry too much if your picture doesn’t exactly match what’s in your head. Most of us aren’t artists! Cut out the items you have ...

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It's been six months since you wrote your list of nine things for which you're grateful and held them to your heart. If you still have your list, get it out and study it. If you want to make...
       
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