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It’s Earth Day, so let’s practice earthing, or grounding—attuning our energy with that of the earth. Stress, pollution, illness, and negativity can create free radicals: molecules that have lost one or more electrons. Free radicals can induce oxidative stress, which can lead to diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and multiple sclerosis. Good ions are oxygen atoms with extra negatively-charged electrons. Abundant in nature, they’re present in the earth, beach, mountains, ...

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Today in Japan, Hana-Matsuri is celebrated. A combined celebration of spring , traditional Japanese culture, and quite possibly Buddha’s birthday, the festivities are abundant and gorgeous. Imagine lots of flowers, costumes, and kimonos! Today, perform your own “cultivating tradition” spell. Choose some small icons that represent your cultural, religious, and familial traditions. My origins are in England, Scotland, and Ireland. Easy associations are tea, shortbread cookies, ...

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It’s time to dream of summer and plan a magical garden. The soil is still cold, but the latest seed catalogs are out and you can always dream. Cast a circle, calling in the Goddess: By the earth that is her body, theair that is her breath, the fire of herstrong spirit, and the waters of herliving womb, I cast this circle. I call what is above and what is below,and ask them to unite—earth andsunlight—to grow my magical garden. In sacred space, contemplate your own garden ...

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There is much talk these days about food sensitivities. Using divining rods can help put the power of diagnosis in your own hands. Create a set of divining rods using two 20-inch lengths of medium-gauge aluminum (from a hardware store) or straightened coat-hanger wire. Bend each wire into an L shape, with a 5-inch “arm.” Hold the two arms loosely in your closed hands so that the 15-inch length of each rod floats horizontally in front of you. Experiment with foods that you know ...

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Take some time today to plant a tree for the special gods and goddesses in your life. Because our spiritual practice is rooted in nature and the cycles of the Earth, we can plant a tree both to...
        
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