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As a tree hugger, it seems logical to me to send trees love and peace at the end of their growing season. After all, they give us shade, oxygen, fruit, and more. The Fall Equinox marks the day when the Wheel of the Year starts to turn toward the dark months. It’s a perfect time to send some love and gratitude to ancient tree spirits, as soon they will lose their leaves and go dormant for the winter. For this spell you will need 3 cups water in a pot and ½ cup each dried lavender, ...

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Here, we’ll combine a classic fall craft with a little abundance magic. You’ll need string, some pine cones, peanut butter, a spreading utensil of some kind, birdseed, and a plate. Begin by tying a loop of string to the end of a pine cone—make it as long as you need to in order to hang your finished treat from an outdoor tree or plant hook! Next, use a butter knife or spoon to spread peanut butter generously on the pine cone. Be sure to get it into the crevices! Pour birdseed ...

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When the winter winds arrived, we drew our necks down, bundled up, and became guarded against the cold. As the winter weather begins to show signs of easing up, let’s do a thawing spell to release and awaken the frozen parts of ourselves. This spell is best done indoors. Standing in a safe and private space, gaze down at your feet. Say: I thaw what holds me stuck in place.Place your hands on your belly. Say:I thaw the anger I have held so tight.Place your hands over your heart. Say:I ...

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With the days growing longer as we approach the summer solstice, June is a delightful time to perform some night magic, even if you aren’t a huge fan of the dark. As I age, my night vision grows worse, and often the darkness leaves me feeling more vulnerable to falling. It’s been a long, dark winter. Tonight, take back the night by going for an evening walk. Sunset will occur today at 8:52 p.m. here in the Eastern time zone on the north side of Lake Ontario. Only a few short months ...

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Color of the day: Indigo Incense of the day: Jasmine To break a bad habit, get an old plate-one that is chipped or cracked or otherwise unusable. If you don't have one, go to a garage sale or...
       
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