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Grief and heartbreak cannot be rushed. Still, you can magically bolster the heart-healing process by cutting cords of attachment to your former partner and removing unhelpful patterns from your energy field and subconscious. Today, add 1/4 cup rose water to a warm bath along with 1/4 cup sea salt and a rose quartz. Swirl the water in a counterclockwise direction to dissolve the salt. Light an unscented or rosescented soy candle and get into the bath. As you soak, call on the goddess Aphrodite. ...

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Today, collect nine autumn leaves that have already fallen. (If there aren’t any fallen leaves in your area, you can use rose petals instead.) Light a stick of cedar incense on your altar. Take some deep breaths, center yourself, and call on the Great Goddess. Bring to mind a problem, issue, or block from which you would like to liberate yourself. From your heart, ask the Goddess to help you heal, unravel, and dissipate this issue in all directions of time. Hold the leaves between your ...

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The full moon is a potent time for accessing intuitive wisdom, and basking in the moonlight can help you balance this spiritual faculty, blocking out unhelpful energies and amplifying beneficial insights. Sitting in a comfortable meditative position in the moonlight, feel this energy bathing your aura with healing and cleansing. Focus on your crown chakra, and allow the moonlight to enter the crown, cascading gently through your chakras from crown to root. As the energy travels, intend that ...

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Salt is a common crystal on Earth and one of the most sacred. We depend on sunshine and water to stay alive, but we need salt too. Our eyes weep salty tears, our hearts pump salty blood, and our unborn children float in salty wombs. Salt has been used medicinally, as currency, and in sacred offerings, and our salted oceans are cauldrons of life. It’s no wonder we attach such value to it. Keep a vial of salt at hand, ready for a number of uses: Purification: Bury magical tools in salt or ...

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Buy some yellow beeswax sheets and roll a thick pillar candle in which you've sprinkled rose oil and very lightly sprinkled rosemary and sage (you don't want the herbs to catch fire-I speak from...
       
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