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Today is International Day of Friendship. Devote some time to your relationships. Each relationship is like a bank account. When you do nice things for a friend, you deposit energy in the account. When you ask for favors or make mistakes, you withdraw energy from the account. A healthy relationship should have a well-balanced give-and-take of energy. Gather together some polished rose quartz pebbles, a stone of friendship. Name each stone for someone special in your life. Meditate on your ...

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Sometimes the most ordinary things are magical. For example, the fact that puddles of rainwater evaporate and change form after a storm, rising back into the sky as invisible vapor, is pretty amazing. A natural phenomenon like this is a perfect tool in magic. For this spell you will need a pinch of salt, an ice cube tray and some water, and a puddle of rainwater that you know will dry up eventually. When a problem is weighing heavy on your mind, hold the pinch of salt in your hand. Send your ...

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To animists, everything is alive. This includes our homes. Your home is your sacred space, so take a moment today to recognize that it has a spirit all its own. If you have not already done so, come up with a fitting name for your home, then create a simple altar to the spirit of your home. This can be as simple as a candle upon the mantel or a rock from your yard in the corner of a kitchen counter that you keep an offering bowl upon. It need not be elaborate. I like to keep a bell in this ...

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A classic technique for getting rid of things such as warts and pimples is to rub each one with a small piece of meat, a bean, or a slice of potato and bury the pieces in the ground during a waning moon. This method can still be used today, and with the sun in the beauty-conscious sign of Leo and the moon waning in Pisces, it is an ideal time. To begin, gather as many bits of the food options as you need, and rub one on each blemish, setting the bits in a bowl afterward. Once finished, go to a ...

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Collect flower petals to save for use in future rituals and for decorating your magical journals. If you use cut flowers as altar decorations, this is a great way to preserve some of that energy for...
       
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