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This spell uses the awesome power of a thunderstorm to banish an issue from your life. You’ll need a six-inch terracotta flowerpot saucer and some garden or potting soil. As a thunderstorm approaches, fill the saucer with the soil. Smooth out the soil. With your finger, a pencil, or a stick, write a word describing your problem in the soil, or draw a symbol or image of it. For example, if you’re having money worries, you could write “money” or draw a dollar sign. When ...

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For those of us in the Unites States, Independence Day is an ideal time to consider the things that make us independent as a country and as individuals. Although no country is perfect, we are afforded great freedom to live an authentic life. Light a white candle and “pull” the flame into each of your body’s seven chakras. Quickly and safely pinch the flame with your right hand, and draw this energy into the chakra. Say the following at each chakra point:1. Base: “My ...

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July 3 is when the Festival of Cerridwen was observed. Cerridwen is a Welsh goddess who kept the cauldron of rebirth, transformation, and inspiration. We can work with Cerridwen today to harness that inspiration for ourselves. Pour some water into your own cauldron or vessel. You can add items sacred to Cerridwen, including grain, oak, sage, sandalwood, and apple. Stir in a clockwise motion. Once the mixture has been combined, apply three drops of your elixir to your thumb to represent the ...

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As we approach Independence Day, identify something in your life that makes you feel like you may be a captive or at least kind of tied up. From what are you yearning to be free? In the 1972 film 1776, Jefferson, Franklin, and Adams sing “The Egg.” This is when they decide the eagle will be the new nation’s national bird. Create an altar today featuring a symbol of what is holding you captive. Find an illustration in a magazine or online or draw what you seek to be free from. ...

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Color of the day: White Incense of the day: Lilac Today the first "Black Cow," or root beer float, was served in 1893. To find your sweet light when you feel like you're in the middle of the dark...
       
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