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Some people leave their Yule altars up for a while after the holiday, but it can be nice to start the new year fresh. The altar is a good place to start to clear away the energy of the year behind you and open yourself to the possibilities a new year holds. Begin by taking everything off your altar. Clean and dust the altar itself, and anything that will be going back onto it. As you arrange items back on the altar, be mindful of what you want to achieve in the year to come. If you want love, ...

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Yule is traditionally associated with family gatherings, gift giving, and holiday parties, and this quick bit of magical cookery can help ensure that the home environment will remain happy and peaceful for all to enjoy. This brew can be simmered on the stove to release a peaceful and loving energy as well as a comforting warmth. Gather these ingredients:* 1 cup water* 1 cup apple juice* 3 cinnamon sticks, broken* 1 tablespoon pumpkin pie spice* 1 tablespoon vanilla extract* 1 tablespoon almond ...

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Some Pagans decorate their entire house for Yule, especially if they are living with non-Pagans and combining their Yule celebration with that of Christmas. But if you are someone who doesn’t decorate, you may want to at least set up a special Yule altar. You can drape it with pine boughs or a swag made from pine and juniper. Use the colors red, green, and gold, and natural elements like pinecones, acorns, and gourds. You can honor the Goddess in her mother role, since she will give birth ...

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Using recycled materials to craft small beds for the faeries is a fun way to celebrate the Pagan Yuletide and talk about sustainability, recycling, and how to manifest our hopes and dreams for the future in a world where climate change is part of the daily dialogue. Collect milk or juice boxes, soup cans, egg cartons, and other recycled cups or lids that are small enough for a faery to take a nap in. Sculpt and decorate each bed to your liking. Stuff muslin sachet bags with lavender and ...

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The waxing moon has just moved into Taurus, bringing with it energies that will stir the inner worlds and enhance our imagination as well as our psychic centers. The sun is also in Pisces, so all...
       
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