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You Searched For:   Barbara Ardinger
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Color of the Day
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As we know, the new moon signals the beginning not only of the lunar cycle but of something in our lives. To help that something be born, we can plant seeds, either real or metaphorical. If metaphorical, what do you want to plant and grow? Write your wishes (“seeds”) on small pieces of paper and hide them along with a tiny crystal in a small biodegradable box or container. Hold your container in your receptive (non-dominant) hand as you cast your circle outside under the new moon, ...

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Lucina was an early Italian goddess of light who merged with Juno and Diana to bring us the light that overcomes the dark. In the fourth century, Lucina was renamed as St. Lucy, a Sicilian girl who vowed to distribute her family’s wealth to the poor. Somehow Lucy and her sacred light were carried to Scandinavia, where the winter nights seem endless. For her feast, little girls wear garlands and everyone carries Lucy candles. Let us celebrate Lucina and Lucy. Cast your full moon circle ...

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We’ve always needed music. The music of Orpheus charmed all living things and even stones. When guilds were formed in the Middle Ages, St. Cecilia (who had magically caused an organ to burst into song) was adopted by musicians as their patron saint. Bring harmony and joy—music— into your life more often. What music do you love? Find your favorite song on YouTube. Sing along! Can you attend a concert tonight? Sing and dance all day long today. Cast your circle with song and ...

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As we wander through the waning light of November, it’s easy to feel the dark season approaching. While some people are afflicted by seasonal affective disorder (SAD), which leads to depression and similar feelings, it doesn’t have to be that way. We can cheer up. We can be optimistic even as the year’s light fades. If you’re feeling sad, set comical things on your altar, such as a favorite toy or a picture of a child or a kitten or puppy. As you light a brightcolored ...

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Everyday stress and strain can be countered by performing a small cleanup of your home each evening that provides some aromatherapy. Use a mix of lavender and rose water to wipe down the bathroom...
       
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