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Color of the Day
Incense of the Day

A golden light rises in the sky, its light so bright that if you look directly into it, you’ll be blinded. All life responds to its golden touch. We call it our sun, but actually it’s a ball of fire burning at more than 27 million degrees Fahrenheit. Thankfully its distance from Earth allows us to benefit from its immense heat, but stand in the sun’s rays for too long and you’ll surely get a sunburn (no matter your skin tone). Appreciate the power of the sun, which we ...

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Color of the Day
Incense of the Day

Crystals are sacred beings. Although they are detached from their source, the Earth Mother, their connection is strong. Crystals never lose their connection to the spiritual and the divine. Find a crystal that calls to you. Sit quietly with it. Hold it. Look at it. Stare at its facets, sides, top, and bottom. Gaze deeply into the crystal. Close your eyes and allow it to speak to you. As thoughts and images form within your mind, be one with them. When you feel ready, open your eyes. Thank ...

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Color of the Day
Incense of the Day

At this time of year, many people don hats and coats, while others are snow-birding, heading to places where blue skies and azure oceans rule the day. Some revel in the dark days and nights of winter, while others can’t wait to escape the snow and cold. If winter brings on seasonal affective disorder, otherwise known as SAD, and your pocketbook won’t support a vacation, you can easily bring the light of the sun into your life with a daylight bulb. A daylight bulb is different from ...

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Incense of the Day

Did you know there are graveyards and cemeteries that were intentionally created as parks so visitors would feel comfortable sitting there for a while? Not all graveyards and cemeteries are creepy, scary places. Some are actually quite soothing and beautiful. If you’re feeling blue today, try spending some time in your favorite graveyard. Graveyards and cemeteries are some of the few places where you can cry to your heart’s content, uninterrupted. No one will give you strange looks ...

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Lammas Corn on the cob can be offered at the altar to the Corn Mother for fertility and nourishment. With cornhusks and wheat straws, corn dollies can be made for employing in spellcraft when...
        
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