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Color of the Day
Incense of the Day

This year, a very important Thai festival of lights takes place today. Loy Krathong is a beautiful way of engaging and making offerings to water spirits while doing personal magick. Rivers and waterways are the most appropriate place for your ritual, but some people also use lakes, canals, brooks, and streams. What you will do is write down your trouble(s) and then watch them float away on a candlelit floral vessel. Make a small boat using a loaf of banana bread or cork as the bottom. Insert ...

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Color of the Day
Incense of the Day

May Day is a highly significant day on many pagan paths, including Hoodoo. One of Hoodoo’s original informants reported on a washing ritual that has come to be known as Edward Marshall’s May Day Wash. His rite was designed for the Mississippi River, but a river (or other natural body of water) near you will do, if you have strong intentions. In Hoodoo, it is believed that running water, as in a river, can cleanse, protect, and banish ill health and the problems that cause them. ...

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Incense of the Day

Anxiety enters the lives of even the happiest people; life is like that. There may be times when anxiety troubles your sleep—an essential element of self-care when dealing with troubling issues. If you find yourself awake in the wee hours, try this breathing meditation and spell to help you slip back into sleep. The number four represents stability, and a firm foundation is the basis of this work. 1. Breathe in for four counts.2. Hold for four counts.3. Breathe out for four counts.4. Hum ...

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Incense of the Day

Ageisha’s time entertaining is often marked by incense sticks called ohana. Her fees are determined by how many ohana have burned while she sings, dances, and tells stories—an incense clock. The average stick of incense burns for sixty to ninety minutes, which is plenty of time to utilize its cleansing smoke to lift and carry away what no longer serves you. Choose a scent that corresponds with your situation (e.g., rose for love and relationships, dragon’s blood for anxiety ...

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Color of the day: Purple Incense of the day: Dill Today, look outside at the fairyland of ice and snow. Sunlight glitters in the crystal teeth hanging from the eaves. White waves hang motionless,...
       
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