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You Searched For:   Charlie Rainbow Wolf
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Color of the day:  Purple
Incense of the day:  Cypress
 

This spell encourages recognition for your accomplishments. Your light is shining strongly today, so make  the most of it! You’ll need a candle in a holder and something to light it with, a hand mirror, a second mirror, and a pen (red is best) and paper. Place the lighted candle on the hand mirror, reflective side up. Gaze at yourself in the second mirror. Look hard until you see your positive qualities. It’s easy to see what you think is wrong, and the media promotes that, ...

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Color of the day:  White
Incense of the day:  Bay laurel
 

The first month of the new year is nearly over. Have you broken your resolutions or do you feel stuck in a rut? This spell will get you going in the right direction again. You’ll need a candle on a heatproof surface (an orange candle is best, but anything other than black will do), matches or a lighter, and a knife. Light the candle and pass the knife through the flame so that you cut the flame in half. Don’t extinguish it though, or you’ll have to start over! Do this nine ...

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Color of the day:  Black
Incense of the day:  Ylang-Ylang
 

Focus on getting out today, because while this isn’t necessarily a good day for romance or business, it is a great day for enjoying yourself with loved ones. For this spell, you’ll need a shoe, a sock, an orange stone (either a crystal or a stone you paint or color), and cinnamon. A cinnamon scroll is best, but a pinch of powdered spice will also work. When you get up in the morning, put the stone and the spice in your shoe, then say these words: Whatever I do, wherever I ...

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Color of the day:  Yellow
Incense of the day:  Almond
 

At this time of year, the shops are full of poinsettias. They're a seasonal favorite, but why? Their red and white colors make them very appropriate for seasonal decoration, but the correlation goes much deeper than that. Poinsettias have long been associated with joy, holiness, and motherhood. That ties them into the Christian Christmas story very well indeed. In fact, there is a legend about a penniless child who had no gifts to bring, so he picked some weeds. As he entered the church, the ...

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I am someone who travels frequently, and I find that as soon as I can when I arrive in a new land, I need to ground in, give offerings, and align my soul once more. I sometimes sing into the wind or...
        
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