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Color of the Day
Incense of the Day

Color of the day: Yellow Incense of the day: Poplar Choose an item that represents a habit you want to break today. Wrap it in a black cloth and wrap the cloth with a paper chain. Say in a firm voice: I break this pattern, Which causes me such strife. My self is worth much more to me. I break this chain and set me free! Break the chain of paper. Crush the item inside the black cloth if you can. Bury it under a large stone. Keep the chain on your altar as a reminder of your strength. Today is ...

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Color of the Day
Incense of the Day

Color of the day: Scarlet Incense of the day: Chrysanthemum The darkened Moon at this close of the calendar year is a good time for rest and reflection. On this night, draw an herbal bath of laven-der and jasmine. Surround the tub with candles and flowers. Reflect on the past year-its opportunities for growth, for joy, and even the difficulties. Reflect on all that you have learned this past year. Allow the tub to drain, visualizing any excess negativity draining away with the water. Prepare ...

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Color of the Day
Incense of the Day

Color of the day: Gray Incense of the day: Lavender This time of year can be taxing on both our physical and financial resources. To find opportunities to gain fast cash, anoint a green candle with patchouli essential oil. Write your financial desires on a piece of paper that has also been anointed with the oil. State these or similar words: "Energy builds, and money flows to me. This spell I cast, so mote it be!" Focus on your desires, visual-izing that you have obtained them. Light the ...

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Incense of the Day

Color of the day: Topaz Incense of the day: Neroli During a mead-tasting contest, I recently learned that the full-flavored meads were called "nice," and the meads that didn't achieve full flavor were called "not quite." With those terms in mind, how would you define the final flavor of your goals for yourself? Are they turning out "nice," or are they leaning toward "not quite"? Burn incense attuned to your goal on a charcoal block. Write your goal on paper. Visualize your goal. Visualize ...

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In this day and age, we use smartphones, laptops, and computers to communicate, and once in a while pen and paper make an appearance. However we choose to communicate, we all desire to express...
       
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