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Au tumn is a time of balance. Light and dark, heat and cold, are moderated in this season. It’s not just about balance in nature, though. It’s also about balance within, work-life balance, and other personal aspects. For this moving meditation, you will need a wobble board, a yoga ball, a bicycle, or another balance tool. First pay attention to your body. Think about how balanced you feel (or not). Climb onto your balance tool. Feel for your center of gravity. It should help you ...

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Oak trees are common throughout much of the US and Europe and have long been associated with wisdom, abundance, strength, longevity, and the changing season. Oak energy is deep and protective, and acorns are a great way to easily call upon that energy in your daily life. For this spell, collect ten acorns. If you don’t have access to acorns, you may choose other strong-feeling trees that are dropping nuts or fruits at this time of year and ask for their aid. Once you have collected ten, ...

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When you’re waiting for a spell to manifest, give it a boost with this simple chant. Visualize things falling into place and burn some incense as you focus your intent on the original spell. Say: I understand these things take time,As the pieces fall in line.To ensure success is mine,Reinforce it with this rhyme. Repeat these words anytime you find yourself thinking about your goal and you feel restless waiting for the results. ...

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Lughnasadh has roots in Irish mythology and legend as a festival in honor of the god Lugh. This day has come to be celebrated in many ways, including acknowledging the first harvest. Create your own First Fruits blessing by buying some local produce today or, even better, harvest from your own garden if you can. Any type of food item can be used for the blessing—fruit, vegetable, grain, or herb. After you’ve selected your item to symbolize the harvest, decorate your altar with ...

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One of the greatest natural forces of our planet is ice. It created the valleys and carved the canyons. It freezes the lakes and ponds until they are smooth as glass. Since ice is related to the...
       
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