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Today is World Bee Day. Bees are of vital importance to our ecosystems and human food production, and wild bee populations have been in significant decline for over forty years. Year after year, bees bless us with the beauty of flowers and trees, the magic of herbs, the sweetness of honey, and the sustenance of fruit, nuts, and seeds. So today, bless the bees. First, close your eyes and place your hands in prayer pose. Take some deep breaths and connect with Mother Earth. Say: Gaia, Great ...

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Cleanse three moonstones by placing them in bright sunlight or cool running water for a few minutes or by bathing them in sage smoke. Hold your hands in prayer pose, with the stones between them. Then move your hands to touch your heart. Close your eyes, take some deep breaths, and say: Great Goddess, help me to be aclear channel of divine energy andwisdom. Cleanse my perceptionand open up my awareness sothat I may clearly see, hear, know,and understand. Thank you. Move your hands, still in ...

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Let’s get down to earth. As the Wheel of the Year is cycling into a time of manifestation, it’s important to consider what we wish to bring into not only our own lives but also the lives of those around us and those across the globe. Take some time to gather some small stones of any size. Keep these in a box, bag, or tote. When you’ve collected about thirty to fifty stones, take a walk in a quiet area where you can focus on the bountiful earth. Using your right hand, grab ...

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The youngest and least famous of a trio of saintly sisters, St. Mildgyth is linked with the theological virtue of hope—which is sometimes all we have when things go amiss. Look into tonight’s full moon (the same that Mildgyth looked on herself ) and invoke her: MaidenIn the cloisterLiving by the sea,Divine interventionGive unto me.Yearning for peace when I cannot cope,There is your presence, there isHope. Chant this prayer to St. Mildgyth when hope is lost. Say her name— she ...

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Color of the day: Green Incense of the day: Cedar On this day, the ancient Romans celebrated Concordia, also known as Caristia. They recognized the importance of harmony among family and friends....
       
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