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We're now in the season of peace. Why not invite it to linger around your home into the coming new year with a decorative display for your space? You'll need: * A pretty glass dish (to contain all the ingredients) * Lavender flowers or sprigs (peace) * Birch bark pieces ( blessings) * Rose petals (calming) * Lemon verbena ( love) * Cinnamon sticks ( prosperity) * 7–9 drops myrrh or frankincense essential or fragrance oil * A white candle, such as a seven-day candle in a glass jar In the ...

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Color of the Day
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Some folks start wheat seeds growing on this day, in celebration of Saint Barbara. If the grain is growing well by Christmas, then the coming year's crop will be a good one. Try your own take on this custom by starting some heathy greens for your Yule table today. Broccoli, radishes, and beets are all good options for growing microgreens indoors. Or, if you have the equipment, try sprouting some slow-starting seeds instead. Whatever you decide to grow, ask it to bring you luck and prosperity ...

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The pineapple has long been a sign of hospitality and generosity in the Southern United States. Bring that symbolism, and its attendant energies, into your own home. For this spell, you'll need an image of a pineapple (I found my pineapple mandala online) and your favorite coloring tools. You'll also need a frame. As you color your image, mentally see your home as more open and welcoming, a place where friends old and new enjoy hanging out. When finished, frame your picture and hang it near ...

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Did you know that by the turn of the 1800s, cemeteries were no longer just places for the dead, but also community parks meant to be visited and walked in? They were even places to hold picnics and other gatherings. On this day, remember with joy your loved ones who've passed on by visiting them in the graveyard. Tidy their gravesites if needed, smile, and remember their time on earth with you. Honor your ancestors. Sprinkle a mixture of red rose petals ( love), yellow rose petals ( I will ...

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When starting up a new coven, have each member bring a sacred tool to bless by saying: Great Mother, bless this tool. Let us use it with wisdom on each Full Moon and in the dark of night. With our...
        
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