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You Searched For:   Seasons
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Color of the Day
Incense of the Day

As the seasons change and the strong winds blow, here is a spell to help you release the things that no longer serve you. On a windy day, utilize the force and power of this nature element. Go outside and stand in a spot where there is a strong wind. Stretch your arms out wide, close your eyes, and visualize in your mind’s eye anything and everything that no longer serves your highest good falling away from you and disappearing into the wind. Say these words silently in your mind or out ...

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Color of the Day
Incense of the Day

As stated in Doreen Valiente’s classic Wiccan Rede, “When the moon rides at her peak, then your heart’s desire seek.” Now that the sun is beginning to return to earth following the winter solstice, it’s a good time to weave your wishes into reality. If you live in a snowy or cold area of the world, it may feel like the sun will never return. But have no fear: the seasons always change, and we grow both older and wiser with the passing of each year. In many ...

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Color of the Day
Incense of the Day

December 18 marks the end of Hanukkah, and with Yule and Christmas on the way, it’s the perfect day to celebrate our bonds and similarities as faith communities and human beings. For this spell, you’ll need five candles of any color in holders. As you light each candle, say one of the following lines and reflect on the connections and promise we have as human beings. For the bonds we share as humans.For the gods both knownand unknown.For the seasons we all share together.For the ...

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Color of the Day
Incense of the Day

Today is sacred to the Lord of the Dance, who is portrayed as standing on one foot inside a rayed circle, dancing his cosmic dance of life-death-rebirth. Shiva, whose name means “benevolent” or “favorable,” is a pre-Aryan god. His consort is Parvati, who is also Sita, Uma, and Durga. We are not cultural pirates and we don’t want to steal the gods and practices of other faiths. But we can learn from them. Go outside today and gaze at what the dance of the seasons ...

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It’s the height of summer travel season. While we love to get away, it’s comforting to have a bit of home with us when we travel. Before you take off on your adventure, make yourself a...
       
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