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June is Great Outdoors Month, and a perfect time to get outside and enjoy nature. Go to a natural setting, rural or urban, and spend some time exploring. Find natural totems representing the four elements, such as a feather or leaf representing air, sunlight or lamplight to represent fire, some water, and a stone representing earth. Sit on the earth and place your air totem in the east. Say: Air of the east inspires me.I breathe in new life.And breathe. In the south, let your face turn toward ...

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Following the example of Tibetan flags, you can make your own flags for prayer and peace. You’ll need some natural fabric (cotton, linen, etc.) in 12-by-8-inch pieces. Finished flags will be about 8 inches wide and 10 to 11 inches long. Choose colors that have magical significance (e.g., white for peace, blue for calm, green for nature, and so forth), or just choose those that you love. You’ll need a thick rope or cord to stretch horizontally across a space; the flags will hang ...

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This spell takes advantage of the new moon today to create paths and connections where there were none before. You’ll need the Fool tarot card, a white chime candle, a candleholder, honey, meadowsweet, and a lighter. At your altar, place the Fool card before you upside down. Dress the top quarter of the candle with honey, and think about how sweet your new beginning will be. Sprinkle the meadowsweet over the top of the candle while imagining you’re being showered in blessings. ...

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Sundays are associated with Apollo, Ra, and other deities of the sun. We can use the influence of solar energy to shed light on and bring clarity to issues that remain obscured to us. This spell is best done during the day when the sun is at its zenith. Sit outside in the full sun. If you can use some lemon incense or lemon essential oil to work with the sun energy, do so. As you inhale the lemon scent, picture the issue that you are having trouble understanding or seeing clearly. See it being ...

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St. Agnes was a Roman virgin martyr and the patron saint of girls. She was prayed to by young women who hoped to learn the identity of their future mates. This was done by using the herbs which are...
       
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