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Color of the day:  Amber
Incense of the day:  Juniper
 

With the new calendar barely op ened, now is a great time to start thinking about the coming spring and what we wish to plant for harvest later this year, both in our gardens and in our lives. Take some time and think about all the things you’d like to accomplish this year. Dream big! Then, on small, brightly colored pieces of paper that correlate with each goal (for example, you might associate green with money), write some keywords for each goal. Then fold the papers up tightly, ...

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Color of the day:  White
Incense of the day:  Marjoram
 

The ancient Greeks divided the seasons into spring, summer, and autumn. The three Horae (goddesses) watched over them in turn. Thallo brought the flowers of spring. Auxo increased the plant growth in summer. Carpo ripened the harvest in autumn, and then returned the land to rest until spring should come again. Here is an invocation for Carpo, suitable for a variety of autumn rituals: Blessed be, bringer of food,Cloud-keeper of autumn’s mood.All ripens and withers now:Garden, orchard, ...

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Color of the day:  Rose
Incense of the day:  Thyme
 

We are fully into the fall season n ow, between the second and third harvest festivals (Mabon and Samhain). Those of us who grow gardens are putting them to bed for the winter. It can be bittersweet to pull up the final harvest and mark the end of the growing season, but it is also a relief to slow down and rest for a bit. This is true for people as well. The end of the growing season reminds us that all things have their time, and the cycle of growth and death means that resting is a part of ...

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Color of the day:  Black
Incense of the day:  Pine
 

Autumn brings the harvest. The full moons of fall used to make it easier to bring in fruits, vegetables, and grains from the field. Now is a good time to celebrate that. For this esbat, enjoy a feast of fall foods, such as apples, squash, and barley. Ideally, cook your own, but buying it works too. Afterward, step out in the moonlight if you can, or use an image of the full moon over your altar. Focus on lunar energy at its peak. Think of the things you have cultivated in your life this ...

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As our calendar year comes to a close, take a moment to light a white candle and to reflect on all of the lessons that you have acquired. Ask the Lord and Lady for illumination and wisdom to help...
        
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