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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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We are fully into the fall season n ow, between the second and third harvest festivals (Mabon and Samhain). Those of us who grow gardens are putting them to bed for the winter. It can be bittersweet to pull up the final harvest and mark the end of the growing season, but it is also a relief to slow down and rest for a bit. This is true for people as well. The end of the growing season reminds us that all things have their time, and the cycle of growth and death means that resting is a part of ...

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Mabon is observed on an equinox, a time when there are equal parts of light and day. It is the perfect time to reassess and work toward balance in all parts of your life. Set up your altar to reflect the harvest. Place a black and a white candle on opposite sides of the altar, and place a piece of parchment in between them. On this paper, write down the aspects of your life that you feel need to be brought into balance. As you contemplate those aspects, light the candles and say: "As day and ...

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Even though the harvest season is starting to wind down, now is the time to give thanks for everything that has come in so far. Mabon is just around the corner and is known as the second harvest. Be sure to pick offerings for your Mabon celebration from your garden. Even if you don't garden, you do benefit from the garden and agricultural trades of others, so be sure to pick up some type of offering. Take inventory of the other "harvests" in your life as well. Give thanks for the prosperity ...

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As the trees begin to display nature's opulent death, windows that were once sheltered by lush foliage can become barren and exposed by the season's overture of repose. Simple hex signs like eyes,...
        
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