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Whenever we connect with so urce energy, we can tap into a deeper meaning in life that transcends the day-to-day. “Source” can mean our higher selves, the gods, ancestors, spirit, or wisdom. This tarot reading gives you insights on connecting with it. Hold a deck of tarot cards to your heart for a few breaths. Shuffle them, then choose five cards from the center. Card 1: Where you are nowCard 2: How you get confused or disconnectedCard 3: What you do when you get ...

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Welcome to Gemini season! T he celestial twins remind us that more can be better. What in your life needs to be doubled (without, of course, wreaking havoc in other areas of your life)? Do you need more funds? More time? More patience? Go outdoors (Gemini is an air sign) and take in two (for the twins) deep breaths—in through your nose and out through your mouth. With each exhale, say or think this two-line incantation to bring double-good energy to that which needs multiplying: Double, ...

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May Day is a highly significant day on many pagan paths, including Hoodoo. One of Hoodoo’s original informants reported on a washing ritual that has come to be known as Edward Marshall’s May Day Wash. His rite was designed for the Mississippi River, but a river (or other natural body of water) near you will do, if you have strong intentions. In Hoodoo, it is believed that running water, as in a river, can cleanse, protect, and banish ill health and the problems that cause them. ...

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April 3 is National Find a Rainbow Day, an excellent reminder to look around for hope—not just in the sky, but all around us and in each other. If you need a bit of a hope pickme- up, this heartwarming spell can help dispel the clouds. You’ll need a sheet of paper and a set of crayons or markers with the seven colors of the rainbow. In any color you wish, draw a five-pointed star, about two inches across, in the center of your paper. Then, in a clockwise motion, draw each circle of ...

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One of the cornerstone practices of Hinduism is the repetition of mantras, Sanskrit prayers. It is believed that the consistency of the repetition allows the true power of the mantra to unfold....
       
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