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There is much maritime lore about the seventh wave, particularly about it being the largest wave in a group, and the one that hits the shore directly. The next time you find yourself by a body of water, watch the waves as they come in, and you’ll start to see the seventh-wave pattern. Use the power and directness of the wave to call something to you as you watch it come in. Visualizing your goal, say to the waves: One and two, three and four,waves crashing upon the shore.Five and six ...

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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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Lavender is a plant associated with love, purity, cleansing, and higher vibrations. Cultivate or purchase a sprig of lavender for this cleansing spell. Additionally, mix up a bowl of fresh spring water and sea salt. Pinch some of the lavender with your fingers. Inhale its gorgeous scent deeply, and before exhaling, declare: I cleanse and purify withthe glory of nature. Dip the sprig into the salt water and sprinkle (asperge) any room, item, person, or pet that you wish to bless. With each ...

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In his novel Candide, or Optimism, the French author Voltaire sends his hero through all kinds of disasters. Candide’s teacher, Dr. Pangloss, keeps telling him it’s all for the best in this best of all possible worlds. That wasn’t true in 1756, when the novel was published, nor is it true today. What can we do to help make this struggling planet a better world for all men and women? What Candide eventually learns is that “when man was first placed in the Garden of Eden, ...

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Thyme should be looking lush in the herb garden now, and is excellent in spring health and magic rituals. First, use a bit of thyme in your bath to cleanse away any negativity that has built up from...
        
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