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The autumn equinox is a powerful time to cultivate balance, and as it is the second harvest before the fallow period of winter, it is an especially potent time to balance what we take in or harvest versus what we release. Slice an apple in half (not through the stem end) to reveal the five-pointed star inside, a powerful symbol of balance among the elements. Choose one half to represent what you wish to harvest; the other half will represent what you wish to release. Hold the releasing half of ...

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Today is the UN International Day of Peace, and the approaching Jupiter-Pluto conjunction makes this a fantastic time for bringing about positive change. Chanting may be familiar to you, and you may have even used this phrase previously: Nam myoho renge kyo. This is a simple expression with transformational power. Nam means dedication, myo means wonderful, and ho is the law. Renge refers to the lotus, which grows beautiful in the mud, while kyo means sutra, or teaching. Repeat these words ...

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Since it is apple season and these special fruits are known to be otherworldly reservoirs of magical power, they can offer us assistance in important work such as healing or finding love. An apple, when cut through the middle, usually holds a natural pentacle of five points to hold its seeds. This is perhaps one of the reasons that the fruit is linked to witchcraft. In any event, a quick, effective spell to draw love requires only a single apple. Hold an apple with both hands and think of ...

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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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10-13-09 Color of the day: Gray Incense of the day: Geranium If you are encountering an obstacle in your life that you'd like to overcome, perform this kitchen Witch spell. You'll need: an old pot,...
        
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