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Water is essential to all life and has a regular use in every kind of spellcraft. Collecting sacred or special waters from various locations and charging them before use just adds to their oomph. Begin by keeping a couple of small bottles or vials tucked into your purse, glove box, backpack, etc., so you’ll always be ready to collect. Take samples of waters that have meaning to you: for instance, water from wells or springs, samples of rivers and oceans visited, rainwater that falls ...

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This spell will rid you of unwanted memories, energies, or other influences. You’ll need:* Black salt* Small pieces of black crystals* Fresh or dried herbs for burning (bay laurel, rosemary, thyme)* A small iron cauldron or dish (or similar device for burning)* A black ink pen* White paper* Black paper* Black cord or yarn Cast this spell outside, working on a dark or waning moon between sunset and midnight. Place the salt, crystals, and herbs in the cauldron. Say: Now the binding ...

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Self-confidence is essential to a happy life, and we can always use more of it. You can make a candle to boost your confidence. You’ll need:* A light-colored pillar candle and holder* A sharp nail, skewer, or large metal darning needle* A fine-tipped permanent marker* A candle extinguisher Make a quick list of things that make you feel confident, your successes, or times you’ve felt extra-capable. Using your sharp tool, inscribe these into the candle, filling the space from top to ...

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The summer solstice is the year’s longest day, when we celebrate light and life and steel ourselves for the return of the dark half. In agricultural terms, it also represents the arrival of summer and the growing season. Rise early in the morning and enjoy a feast of sunny-side-up eggs— powerful little solar symbols. Dress in fiery colors of orange, red, and sungold. Throughout the day, be aware of what is growing around you, and feast abundantly on summer’s first fruits and ...

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The weather was temperate and end-of-summer insects were abundant. I first noticed the grasshopper after I was well on my way, driving, with no place to pull over. It clung to the front passenger...
        
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