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Color of the Day
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W ater is an essential part of th e magical tool kit. With some planning, you can create an allpurpose pantry of magical waters. You’ll need some small lidded jars (four-ounce canning jars are perfect), masking tape or labels, and a permanent marker. Label and date each sample of water you collect. Start by collecting water from any body of water you visit. The real and remembered links to that place will be powerful. Collect rainwater, hail, sleet, snow, or ice to use when a stormy ...

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As we approach the day of the summer solstice, you might want to consider taking some time to refresh your altar (or to create one, if you haven’t yet). Think of it as a bit of Midsummer spiritual housecleaning, a way to prepare yourself for the magical workings of the second half of the year. Working mindfully and with focus, remove everything already on the altar, and clean and dust as necessary. You can either return all of the objects to their original spot or perhaps change things ...

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This spell takes advantage of the new moon today to create paths and connections where there were none before. You’ll need the Fool tarot card, a white chime candle, a candleholder, honey, meadowsweet, and a lighter. At your altar, place the Fool card before you upside down. Dress the top quarter of the candle with honey, and think about how sweet your new beginning will be. Sprinkle the meadowsweet over the top of the candle while imagining you’re being showered in blessings. ...

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One of the benefits of winter is that it is a calmer, quieter time. Spring is full of rebirth, noisy and energetic. Summer is busy, as we try to take advantage of the nicer weather and get outside to work or play or take vacations. Fall is harvest time or going back to school. But in the winter, things slow down a bit. If you live in a northern clime, the snow might blanket the ground and bring its special hush. Even in warmer places, the beaches may empty of crowds. Take time today to embrace ...

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Daylight Saving Time begins 2 am To know and to love: the same thing. We can deepen our spiritual practice by learning more about nature. Whether it's tree, wildflower, bird, or rock...
       
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