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Create time to ask for guidance from your higher self today. Set aside ten to twenty minutes in a safe and private space. Sit with your hands on your thighs and breathe deeply. Inhale to a count of four and exhale to a count of six. A longer exhale stimulates the vagus nerve, slows the heart rate, and creates calm. Exhale and envision stress leaving your body, blowing a black cloud out and away from you. Inhale, welcoming fresh oxygen and bringing vitality into the body. After about thirty ...

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Maintaining an active, loving relationship with a deceased grandparent or other ancestor is a wonderful spiritual practice, and both parties (you and the ancestor) benefit. A simple but powerful way to do this is by having a dedicated ancestor altar somewhere in your space. This could be as simple as a candle placed near a framed photo, but you could also add incense, flowers, items that used to belong to the ancestor, food or drinks they enjoyed during life, perfume or soap they used to use, ...

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Today honors Áed mac Bricc, an Irish saint who died in 589 CE. He is the patron saint of headache sufferers. There’s a story from the sixth century that says he healed Brigit of her headache—because even a goddess of smithing, healing, and poetry should have someone to ease her headache. Today, safely burn lavender-scented candles, put rosemary oil on your temples, and soak in a lavender-scented bath. Carve time out of your day to relax, release your tense muscles, and call ...

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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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Just as the balance of dark and light create a complete day, we need to balance the dark and the light of ourselves to create a complete person. To do so, first calm and center. Cast a protective...
        
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