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At this time of year, many people enjoy the enchanting sight of autumn leaves. Their fiery colors represent the beauty that arises from embracing change. On your next walk, collect several autumn leaves. (You can also use green leaves, flowers, or a clipping of grass. They change with time too, so they will work.) When you return home, place them in a dish on your altar. With deep breaths, tap into their energy. Imagine their lives, from when they were first hidden in a branch, then grew into ...

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Tap into the earthy energy of today’s new moon in Virgo to ground, center, and rebalance. If you are able, perform this ritual at the time of the new moon (4:17 a.m. EST), but any time of the day will do. Stand outside on natural ground (grass or dirt rather than pavement if possible). If you are unable to stand, sit with your bare feet touching the ground. Close your eyes to experience the darkness of the new moon. As you breathe deeply, in through the nose and out through the mouth, ...

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Originally, garden gazing globes had magical significance. They were placed in the garden to repel the evil eye or to reflect back the envious stare of a passerby. This spell will help you magically charge your gazing globe. You’ll need some bottled spring water and a soft cloth. Moisten the cloth with the water. Gently wipe your gazing globe with the damp cloth as you speak this charm: I bless you, gazing globe,return all evil glares.Protect my home, send backall envious stares. Try ...

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Today is the last day of Passover, an important holiday in the Jewish religion. Passover celebrates the freeing of the Jews from slavery and is observed in a number of different ways. The best known of these is a meal called the Seder, which features many specific foods with symbolic meanings. This includes the eating of bitter herbs, including horseradish, endive, or romaine lettuce. There are many different kinds of slavery, including addictions, bad relationships, and destructive habits. To ...

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