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You don’t have to be a professional massage therapist or a Reiki Master to be able to use your hands for healing. There is a natural human instinct to place our hands on a place that hurts, whether it is on ourselves or others. We all have the innate ability to do basic energy work with a little practice, and sometimes a simple back rub or foot massage can both heal and soothe. To do energy healing, try rubbing your hands together until you can feel them heat up a bit, then hold them ...

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The International Day for the Eradication of Poverty is observed by the United Nations every year on October 17. Working to bring a little more prosperity into the world is the goal of today’s spell. We all can use a little help from time to time. Today, carry some extra cash in your pocket or purse. When you are presented with the opportunity to do something for someone, do so. You could pay for someone’s meal or donate money to a cause you care about. Each time you give something ...

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As we move back into our houses after the free-flowing ease of summer, it’s good to smudge and cleanse our home space. Reset the energy. Release what no longer works and bring in the new. While sage, sweetgrass, and cedar all make great smudge material, many people have difficulty breathing smoke, and many homes have sensitive smoke detectors that make smoke smudging difficult, so use sound to purify your environment. A bell, a crystal bowl, clackers, or even clapping hands can be used ...

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I live in a lakeside village, swim a lot, and enjoy backcountry kayaking and camping. Potable water is an issue when camping. I no longer take water for granted. When I purify water for backcountry consumption, I always pause to thank and bless the element of water. Nibi Wabo, the First Nations water blessing ceremony usually done on a February new moon, reminds us to give thanks to water in ceremony. When you brush your teeth, give thanks. When you drink tea or coffee, give thanks. When you ...

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Often with the best of intentions, sometimes we get caught up in our everyday lives and procrastinate activities we really feel are important. The "Round TUIT Spell" is to remind us to make the time...
       
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