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219 Spells matching the incense Lavender
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This spell blends (toilet) humor with intention to help you shed negative energy and move on with your life. You’ll need toilet paper (thicker varieties are easier to work with) and a ballpoint pen. If there’s something you need to let go of, such as a nasty comment someone left on social media or a hurtful offline interaction, write it out on toilet paper. You might record the nasty comment verbatim or simply pour out any thoughts and feelings you’ve been ruminating on. Once ...

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September 14 is National Live Creative Day. If you think you must be an artist, designer, or musician or have some distinct “talent” to be creative, think again. Creativity comes in many forms—we just need to be open to it coming into our lives. We find creativity when we work to find solutions to problems, when we share what we’re passionate about, and when we let go of fear and take a chance. All you need is you. To begin this spell, take three slow breaths to ...

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Wednesday is referred to as h ump day, inferring that we’ve made it halfway through the week. This vision requires looking backward and forward. How about a rite about being in this moment? Wednesday is the day of wisdom and messages, and with its association to the color green, you may find prosperity flowing your way. This is also a day of the lungs, making it perfect for aromatherapy-enhanced work. Gather these items:* Clary sage essential oil* Matches or a lighter* A green candle* A ...

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In East Anglia, this is Herb Harvesting Day. According to ancient tradition, today is the best day of the year to harvest herbs meant for healing. It’s a good time to pick herbs for magical or culinary uses too. First, plan to pick herbs around midmorning. Wait until the morning dew has evaporated and everything is dry. By noon, though, the sun begins to affect the essential oils in the herbs. So they are strongest at midmorning. Use garden scissors to cut the stems. In some cases, like ...

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Color of the day: Black Incense of the day: Poplar Today is the birthday of the Muses, the Greek goddesses who gave us creativity. Born of the Greek goddess Mnemosyne (memory), they are Calliope...
       
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