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Spring cleaning gets a lot of press, but fall cleaning makes just as much sense. After all, in many parts of the Northern Hemisphere, we’re shutting our windows and getting ready to camp out at home for winter and the holidays, so of course we want to create a clean, cozy, organized, and energetically positive space for the months ahead. Today, diffuse cinnamon and clove essential oils as you give your home a good, thorough cleaning. If you have time, you might also want to clear clutter ...

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Autumn is a season of shift between summer and winter, and nowhere is it easier to see this than in the changes in foliage. Let’s use these ideas to help manifest something new this autumn. Bundle up and go out for a walk. Watch for leaves, looking for those that speak to you. You can approach this as a kind of divination, looking for a leaf that you feel comes with a message, or as a search for a leaf to carry your intention and see it through. Consider that golden leaves could signify ...

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Sukkot, which ends today, is a harvest festival that dates back to the books of Exodus and Leviticus. Today is also the traditional Germanic Winter’s Day, for in October the energetic tides of the dark night of the year are getting noticeably stronger. Today is a good day to think about what you might do with your winter. Place symbols of harvest (perhaps a mini-ear of corn or some wheat) and winter (a crone goddess, amethyst, onyx) on the north side of your altar. Recite this ...

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The autumn equinox is a powerful time to cultivate balance, and as it is the second harvest before the fallow period of winter, it is an especially potent time to balance what we take in or harvest versus what we release. Slice an apple in half (not through the stem end) to reveal the five-pointed star inside, a powerful symbol of balance among the elements. Choose one half to represent what you wish to harvest; the other half will represent what you wish to release. Hold the releasing half of ...

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In September, asters reach their peak. They are an old favorite to use in love spells. For this spell, you’ll need the petals from one purple aster. You can find asters easily at a florist....
        
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