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You Searched For:   Home & Family
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People all around the world have honored gods and goddesses who bless and protect their homes. Where did your ancestors live? Search back as far as you can, not just to the city your grandparents lived in but to the land where your many-times-greatgrandparents lived. Read about the history of that land, about the beliefs of the people. Find the household god or goddess in your family history— a food giver, perhaps, or one who protects the hearth or the pantry, or a giver of ...

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No matter where we live, if we drive a car, we need to park it somewhere. Whether we’re at work or at the mall or at home in an urban neighborhood that has more multifamily dwellings than there are parking spaces, we need to park our car. Speak the Parking Space Word:ZZZZZAAAAAAZZZZZ. Speak it loud and with great energy. It seems to work best if you plan ahead and say where you want to park. Speak the Word, therefore, when you turn a corner or enter the parking ...

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This day was dedicated to a Roman goddess (possibly named Larentia or Lara) who was said to be the guardian of ghosts—specifically the Lares, or good spirits. Offerings were made to her on this day for the departed spirits. These spirits were believed to be the protectors of homes and families. The offerings were typically left in chimney corners, where the Lares were said to dwell. On this day, leave your own offering for the protection of your home and family. Place the offering near a ...

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Pine has a purifying quality and is perfect to use in blessing rituals at this time of year. Use this ritual to bless your home and family. You’ll need a bayberry-scented candle, two small pine branches, and a heatproof container, cauldron, or fireplace. Place the candle on your altar and safely light it. In front of the candle, lay the pine branches. Position them so they form a cross. Sit before your altar and say: Pine, you’re an ancient and mighty tree.Bless my family and our ...

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Color of the day: Coral Incense of the day: Dill Spring is a good time to meditate on beginnings. You will need a small seashell with a spiral pattern, such as a nautilus or a conch. If you can find...
       
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