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Teas and coffees wake us up and enliven our spirit. However, not all of us are coffee or tea drinkers. Some people grab an energy shot to begin their day. But before you pour that liquid caffeine into your mouth, in whatever form you like best, take a moment to give thanks to the goddess Caffeina, mother of caffeinated drinks. Before one sip of that delicious libation touches your lips, say: Goddess Caffeina, I honor you. Untoyou, Mother Earth, I give the first sipof this delicious drink, ...

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Today is all about breaking the mold and is the ideal day to drink rum and eat bananas, pudding with coconut rice, and King Cake for breakfast, lunch, and dinner! Live for the little joys in life with this French prayer and with purple and green candles on a cake fit for a king. Give yourself permission to feel happy and alive, even if only for today. As you light the candles on the cake, say: Elever votre esprit et laissezles bons temps rouler!(Lift up your spirits and letthe good times ...

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Maintaining an active, loving relationship with a deceased grandparent or other ancestor is a wonderful spiritual practice, and both parties (you and the ancestor) benefit. A simple but powerful way to do this is by having a dedicated ancestor altar somewhere in your space. This could be as simple as a candle placed near a framed photo, but you could also add incense, flowers, items that used to belong to the ancestor, food or drinks they enjoyed during life, perfume or soap they used to use, ...

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Today honors Áed mac Bricc, an Irish saint who died in 589 CE. He is the patron saint of headache sufferers. There’s a story from the sixth century that says he healed Brigit of her headache—because even a goddess of smithing, healing, and poetry should have someone to ease her headache. Today, safely burn lavender-scented candles, put rosemary oil on your temples, and soak in a lavender-scented bath. Carve time out of your day to relax, release your tense muscles, and call ...

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Offer your thanks and gratitude to nature as you combine 2 cups of birdseed and   cup of honey. Whisk 3 egg whites thoroughly and add to the mix. Blend well with your hands and firmly press...
        
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