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Color of the day:  Brown
Incense of the day:  Ivy
 

This time of year, many of us are overwhelmed by all the activity and social obligations of the season. Introverts may be especially affected, though even extroverts may be feeling the pressure. Remember to take some time for self-care over the next few weeks. Here are some simple suggestions: Make sure you get enough sleep and good-quality food, to the best of your ability. Take a little extra time in your daily bath or shower. Visualize the stress - good and bad alike - oozing out of ...

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Color of the day:  Yellow
Incense of the day:  Frankincense
 

Need a quick mood boost? Laugh! Find something funny! Studies show that laughter increases chemicals in the brain and body that can help us feel better. Even if it won't fix all your problems, being in a better mood can help you function and troubleshoot things more effectively. The Greek goddess Baubo is particularly adept at tough cases. She helped cheer up Demeter after Persephone had been kidnapped (though in a very ribald manner!). If you're feeling blue, say this little ...

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Color of the day:  Topaz
Incense of the day:  Lilac
 

Not everyone can have a real, live, flesh-and-fur dog, both as a companion and as an extra pair of eyes keeping watch at home. However, you can create a small substitute to help protect your home. First either buy or make several small figurines of dogs. Get some red thread and an oil you associate with protection. Make a small collar out of thread and tie around each of the dogs' necks, and anoint with oil. Then walk around your home, showing the dogs every door and window. As you do, ...

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Color of the day:  Red
Incense of the day:  Geranium
 

On this day in 1815 first-wave feminist Elizabeth Cady Stanton was born. She was almost certainly not a Pagan, but if she were, her patron goddess might have been Artemis, who watches over women and supports their freedom and independence. Artemis represents the concept that "female" does not have to equal "beholden to men." Her dalliances with both her female nymphs and the hunter Orion suggest bisexuality and a willingness to love where she will. Her role as protector of women in labor and ...

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For a variety of reasons, the number 108 is sacred in many paths of Eastern mysticism, including Hinduism, Buddhism, Sikhism, Jainism, and both tantric and yogic schools of thought. For this ritual,...
        
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