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The October waning Moon is a great time to do a little housekeeping on your psyche. What habits would you love to be free of? It's always best to focus on one change at a time. Remember that most bad habits serve to comfort you, so think of a more positive way to comfort yourself. When you've decided what you want to work on, go outdoors and collect two fall leaves-one for the bad habit and one for the activity you will use to replace the bad habit. Write your bad habit on one leaf and your ...

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Mabon - Fall Equinox Mabon, the Witches' version of Thanksgiving, is the second of the three harvest sabbats and a time to reflect on what blessings we've received. It's probably instinct to always want more in our lives: more money, more love, more friends, a better job, a fitter body, a house in the country. We rarely rest having realized one goal before we eagerly pursue the next. This striving makes for a full and rich life, but for real happiness, we must practice the art of gratitude. ...

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It's back to school, which may be both a relief and a worry for parents of school-age children. Of course, we need to talk to our children about safety issues, but what can we do magically? Gather a piece of red coral, amber, and malachite. Beads made from these stones would work perfectly. Light a white candle for fire and a stick of lavender incense for air. Use salt to represent earth and the element water should be contained in a shell. These representations of the elements are all used in ...

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The famous healer, Saint Roch, braved the bubonic plague to help those in need. He is celebrated in rural Italy today with a festival featuring spicy chickpea soup. Light a new green candle and make this soup for good health: 1 package dried chickpeas, soaked overnight, rinsed and drained 2 diced carrots 1 medium onion, diced 1 clove garlic, minced 1 tsp. grated ginger root   cup chopped cilantro 1 tsp. garam masala 2 cups chicken broth 1 can coconut milk   cup apple ...

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Grow your business with Better Business Oil. There are variations on this oil, but a very basic mix is sunflower oil, cinnamon oil (just a little), bayberry oil, and some honey. Add a few small...
        
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