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You Searched For:   Melissa Tipton
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Color of the Day
Incense of the Day

The end of the year is an ideal time for practicing something I call “quitting cleanly.” Often we have a long list of things we feel we should be doing, yet we find ourselves endlessly procrastinating. When we allow ourselves to consciously release these lingering “shoulds,” this frees our energy and focus for more soulaligned pursuits. Quitting cleanly doesn’t necessarily mean that you’ll never decide to do this thing again; it simply means that right now ...

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Color of the Day
Incense of the Day

At night, while sitting in bed, come into a light meditative state and visualize your bedroom transforming into a magical healing chamber that is perfect for you in every way. Perhaps the mattress and linens are aglow with a matrix of healing light or your bed becomes a float tank filled with beautiful rose petals, where you are effortlessly supported by the water. Allow yourself to surrender to the healing energy, intending that you will receive what is correct and good for you while you ...

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Color of the Day
Incense of the Day

For this self-love healing spell, you’ll need a washable marker in the color of your choice. Spend some time in meditation, asking your higher self what within you needs healing right now. If it’s a mental-emotional situation, get a sense of where in your body you feel the strongest connection to this issue. Then ask your higher self what healing words or symbols would be most beneficial right now. It could be something like “love,” “forgiveness,” or ...

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Color of the Day
Incense of the Day

This spell blends (toilet) humor with intention to help you shed negative energy and move on with your life. You’ll need toilet paper (thicker varieties are easier to work with) and a ballpoint pen. If there’s something you need to let go of, such as a nasty comment someone left on social media or a hurtful offline interaction, write it out on toilet paper. You might record the nasty comment verbatim or simply pour out any thoughts and feelings you’ve been ruminating on. Once ...

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There was a huge billboard overlooking a major intersection in a city where I once lived, showing a runner, in winter, in the slush. The caption read something like “Winter. We’ve only...
       
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