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Gold is stunning, captivating, and connected with the sun. Let’s celebrate gold, along with the element of water, used for panning, for this is Gold Rush Day, embodied by Agni. The Indian deity Agni, god of fire, melded his powerful eyes with water from his semen to yield gold. Agni represents transformative energy. He cleanses all that is unlucky and foul. Agni represents immortality and the alchemy of fire and water. For this ritual you will need:* A red medium pillar candle* 1/3 cup ...

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If you’ve been experiencing any sort of mental blockage or “brain freeze,” take a walk outside to meet the brisk January air at sunset. Stand in one place and focus on your breath while facing west. Close your eyes and bring to mind those mental blockages from which you wish to break free this year. With each issue that comes to mind, take a deep belly breath through your nose and forcefully exhale through your mouth. Continue this with each thought that comes up, and feel ...

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To make this banishing salt, you will need one tablespoon sea or table salt and three drops tea tree oil, plus an envelope or other container. On New Year’s Eve, take a quiet moment to yourself during the festivities. Hold the salt in the palm of your hand and think about something from the past year that you’d like to let go of. This can be many things or only one thing. Whisper your wish to the salt, allowing your breath to get onto it, imbuing it with your intention. Then add ...

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Roses are famous for their association with love of all kinds—romance, friendship, goodwill, devotion, and more. Something many people don’t realize is that rose petals are also edible. To make rose milk, you will need one fresh rose and a cup of milk (either dairy or vegan). Make absolutely certain your rose comes from an organic source and has not been sprayed with chemicals. Pull the petals off the rose one by one and place them in the shape of a heart on your altar or any flat ...

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Today is the feast day of Ilmater, the Finnish goddess who created the world from chaos. This spell will bring more organization to your life. To start, you will need a plastic sorter similar to the...
       
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