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Color of the Day
Incense of the Day

It’s been said (in buttonless circles) that a button is something for the devil to hang onto. Well, if the devil can hang onto a button, why can’t a guardian angel do the same? Take a quiet moment to talk to your guardian angel. (I like to do this on my morning walk and just have chat where I ask for guidance and protection throughout the day.) As you converse, what colors or patterns come to mind? Find or buy buttons in the colors or patterns that were shown to you—you may ...

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Color of the Day
Incense of the Day

Summer is a great time to work prosperity magic, since the natural world around us is filled with energy for growth and abundance. Here is a simple spell for prosperity that you can do outside if you have a yard, or inside in a potted plant if you don’t have a garden. Take five coins—it doesn’t matter what they are, as long as they are new and shiny. Pennies or dimes work well, although you can use something fancy like a half-dollar or dollar coin. Hold them in your hands and ...

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This spell is designed to clear out energy that no longer serves, neutralizing and recycling it back into the cosmic flow where it can be put to better use. You’ll need to gather some sort of natural debris that you can sweep away without littering, such as sticks, leaves, pebbles, or sand. In a ritual mindset, arrange the debris intuitively while bringing to mind the situation or pattern you wish to clear. Allow the debris to become a symbol of this situation. Spend a few minutes in ...

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Incense of the Day

People all around the world have honored gods and goddesses who bless and protect their homes. Where did your ancestors live? Search back as far as you can, not just to the city your grandparents lived in but to the land where your many-times-greatgrandparents lived. Read about the history of that land, about the beliefs of the people. Find the household god or goddess in your family history— a food giver, perhaps, or one who protects the hearth or the pantry, or a giver of ...

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As the dark increases, we tend to spend more time at home. Whether you live in a house or an apartment, or even a dorm room, now is a good time to do a little magic to nurture the place you call...
       
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