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Color of the Day
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Shadows fill the sky today as a solar eclipse covers much of Europe, the Mediterranean, and the Middle East. It’s also the night of the new moon. All of this energy makes it a perfect time to confront our shadow self, the part of our psyche that makes us uncomfortable and is often repressed or ignored. Simply acknowledging our shadow can often be a challenge. Find a dark place where you won’t be disturbed, and place a lit candle in a spot between you and a wall. Ideally you want to ...

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It’s harvest time, and our thoughts turn toward bounty. Celebrate your own abundance with this simple ritual. You’ll need:* Milk, fruit juice, wine, or beer* A pitcher or measuring cup* A 9-by-12-inch piece of construction paper (or a piece from a brown paper bag)* Cellophane tape* Salt (any type)* A cinnamon stick* Seeds or nuts* Dried fruit* Bread or grains Pour the liquid of your choice into the pitcher or cup. Roll the paper into a cone, tape securely, and fill with the other ...

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While the summer nights are st ill warm, it’s a good time for vigil fires, which have long been held for ceremonial purposes. Begin with planning. What is the purpose of your vigil fire? Where will you have the fire? Will you hold vigil for an hour or two or an entire night? Or something else? Will you stay awake or sleep by the fire? What will you do during the vigil? Consider your comfort: warmth, food, drink, and a light source. Consider fire safety, and be sure someone knows where ...

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Hestia is a Greek hearth goddess, and her domain is domesticity. Since it’s National Simplicity Day, let’s engage Hestia’s energy to cleanse our altars. Altars need freshening up. Candlewicks get too long, stuck in dried wax, or encrusted in herbal dressings. You get the picture. Your altar craves some goddess-fueled TLC. Carefully dismantle your altar. Clear its components in the manner most fitting to your spiritual path. You might smudge them or spritz them with ...

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Rosh Hashanah celebrates the spiritual new year and the purification of the self to make it fit for the blessings of the deities. In Hebrew the word for this process is kiddishin, meaning...
       
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