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Is there a Pagan who does not have a garden, whether on a table by the window or outside in a sunny spot? If you’ve planted seeds and transplanted plants from friends or the local nursery, the end of May is high time to give your garden some extra attention: watering, weeding, trimming. While you’re doing your gardening, recite old nursery rhymes to the plants. Here are two. Find more online and encourage your garden to grow and bloom. Mistress Mary, quite contrary,How does your ...

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In Fiddler on the Roof, Tevye sings, “L’chaim!” which means, “To life!” The circumstances of his life aren’t good—he’s a Jew living in anti-Semitic Russia around the turn of the last century—but he manages to find little things to celebrate. Let us emulate Tevye. What little things in your life can you celebrate? Alone or with your coven or circle, set up an altar filled with growing plants and symbols of happiness, such as musical ...

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Summer seems so far off, but it really is just a tick in time away. Gather your calendar and a pen and do a manifesting spell. Cast a circle for protection. Call in the directions: East, bring the winds of inspiration.South, fan the fire of dreams.West, fill me with watery creation.North, make real what I need. On your calendar, mark out times to take vacations: a half day spirited away from work, a weekend escape, or a weeklong absence from your work, home, town, and chores. Say this out ...

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Honensai, or Harvest Festival, is a Japanese celebration of fertility and prosperity. So today, reflect on the abundance that is already richly flowing through your life, and contemplate what you’d like to channel this energy into next. A creative project? A budding friendship? Your physical health? Once you’ve chosen a focus, select a crystal that symbolizes your desire, such as aventurine for new friendship, apatite for creative projects, or clear quartz as a multipurpose crystal ...

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Adding to your prosperity can be as simple as whipping up a cup of coffee. The following food items can help increase your prosperity. Coffee: Mars loves it, and will help you fight boardroom...
       
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