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As the autumn holidays come to an end and winter sets in, many of us find ourselves constantly on the verge of sickness. Aside from all of those mundane things we should all be doing to stay healthy (washing hands, getting a flu shot, staying home when we’re sick), try this spell to help keep the winter bugs at bay. Draw a picture of yourself healthy and happy. Don’t worry—it doesn’t have to be recognizable to anyone else! Just as long as you know it’s you. Place ...

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Many people travel at this time of year. Though it’s nice to have the freedom to travel, the hassles can be frustrating, one of the worst being lost luggage. Even if you don’t have immediate travel plans, this spell can prepare you for when you do. You will need your suitcase(s) or other travel bag(s), a spool of wide, brightly colored ribbon, and scissors. Ground and center. Measure and cut a length of ribbon, roughly nine feet long, for each of your bags, plus a shorter one ...

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The spirit world is close to us in October. This is a good time to let the spirit realm know we’re thinking of them. One of the best ways to do this is to “feed” the spirits. For this ritual you’ll need a red apple. Apples are traditionally one of the main foods used to honor the deceased. Perform this ritual tonight if it’s windy or on any other windy autumn night. First, wash the apple and wipe it dry. Then hold the apple and say: Tonight as the wild winds ...

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As a tree hugger, it seems logical to me to send trees love and peace at the end of their growing season. After all, they give us shade, oxygen, fruit, and more. The Fall Equinox marks the day when the Wheel of the Year starts to turn toward the dark months. It’s a perfect time to send some love and gratitude to ancient tree spirits, as soon they will lose their leaves and go dormant for the winter. For this spell you will need 3 cups water in a pot and ½ cup each dried lavender, ...

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What lies beneath the water, that powerful elemental linked to our emotions? Befriend this spirit with a waterside ritual. Stand at the edge of a body of water (or use a bowl of water). Sing or...
       
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