|Color of the day: Brown
Incense of the day: Cedar
On the Roman calendar, today is the Nones of June. No legal action could take place on this day. Holidays were announced, and Jupiter was invoked in oaths. Today is a good day then to make oaths. Take thirty minutes or an hour, and write freely about what you like and don't like about your life. Look it over, and divide your list into two columns: the positive and the negative. In a perfect world, the positive column will be longer than the negative one, but don't fret if this is not true. Now, look at the negative column and make another list, this time turning each negative into a positive with suggested action. That is, if you write that your relationship to your parents is not good, add afterward that you intend to take them out to dinner sometime soon. Jupiter is the god of the sky. He protects the state, its laws, and he is associated with abundance and generosity. Light an orange candle. Read your original positive list. Then read the second list, where you turned negatives into positives. Before Jupiter, take an oath to be true to yourself and your dreams, and to spend the next year turning items on the second list from possibilities into realities.