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Today in Japan, Hana-Matsuri is celebrated. A combined celebration of spring , traditional Japanese culture, and quite possibly Buddha’s birthday, the festivities are abundant and gorgeous. Imagine lots of flowers, costumes, and kimonos! Today, perform your own “cultivating tradition” spell. Choose some small icons that represent your cultural, religious, and familial traditions. My origins are in England, Scotland, and Ireland. Easy associations are tea, shortbread cookies, ...

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Ac cording to myth, a leprechaun’s tweed is green for those folks who like to socialize and red for those who write manifestos on the overpopulation of the human species. The red-clad leprechauns are best left alone at home, to toil away by the light of an earwax lamp. A green-clad leprechaun, however, can be anyone, anywhere, at any time; you may not even know he’s been for tea but for the simple fact that he left you lucky! Hang a small child-size green tweed jacket by your back ...

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Based on the popular Serenity Prayer, this spell draws on the characteristics of the four elements to help you foster patience and balance in difficult situations. Place a clear quartz point or cluster in a clear jar or glass bowl and fill it with water. Light a floating candle on the water (or beside the jar or bowl). This represents the four elements we need for life; visualize them giving you strength. Chant this as you gaze upon them: By water I’m balanced togo with the flow,While ...

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At this time of year, as we move into what many celebrate as a season of giving, it’s a good time to work magic over ideals of service and altruism. Wash your hands before you begin, using a favorite soap and drying with a clean towel. Admire your hands, envisioning their strength, experience, and wisdom. Using a piece of white paper, write down the great works your hands have done. Perhaps they’ve knit sweaters to keep people warm, cooked meals to nourish others, played music, ...

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Many of us receive and pay bills electronically now, so use a sheet of paper for this spell if necessary to represent a bill you’re having trouble paying off. Write the name of the bill on the...
        
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