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As we move deeper into the fall, the cooler air and darkening nights bring to mind the charm of being around a crackling bonfire. The smell of the wood smoke, the company of friends, the warmth of the fire … what could be better? Whether or not you can have an actual bonfire, this is a perfect time to make a connection to the element of fire. Fire can be found in many different forms, from a single candle to a grouping of tealights, a barbeque, or a fireplace. Choose the one that works ...

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September 14 is National Live Creative Day. If you think you must be an artist, designer, or musician or have some distinct “talent” to be creative, think again. Creativity comes in many forms—we just need to be open to it coming into our lives. We find creativity when we work to find solutions to problems, when we share what we’re passionate about, and when we let go of fear and take a chance. All you need is you. To begin this spell, take three slow breaths to ...

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Tap into the earthy energy of today’s new moon in Virgo to ground, center, and rebalance. If you are able, perform this ritual at the time of the new moon (4:17 a.m. EST), but any time of the day will do. Stand outside on natural ground (grass or dirt rather than pavement if possible). If you are unable to stand, sit with your bare feet touching the ground. Close your eyes to experience the darkness of the new moon. As you breathe deeply, in through the nose and out through the mouth, ...

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Around this time of year, the ancient Romans celebrated the feast of Diana. Diana is a lunar goddess as well as a goddess of the hunt. Her feast was used in part to ask for her help with the harvest, and it marked a day of rest for women and slaves. The festival was also called the Festival of Torches. While the holiday itself has already passed, this is a good time to invoke the goddess, perhaps by lighting a candle in her honor in a firesafe container. You can ask for her help with your own ...

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Many people carry a briefcase to and from work, but these days it's just as likely to be replaced with a laptop bag, backpack, messenger bag, or even a really big purse. Regardless of its name and...
       
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