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Rosh Hashanah represents fresh starts, as it is the Jewish New Year. We can tap into the energies of fresh starts and the lunar phase of the new moon to give our magickal workings an extra boost. For this spell we will focus on letting go of our previous misdeeds in order to make a clean start. You will need a small dish with sand in it. Use a chopstick or pencil to write in the sand the transgression that you want to eliminate. Once you have done so, see in your mind how you can correct it. ...

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Sometimes it’s handy to be able to get a quick answer to a pressing question. If you don’t have the time (or the inclination) to do a major tarot reading, here are a few fast ways to get simple answers—usually along the lines of “yes,” “no,” or “sorry, no answer.” Make sure your question is clear in your head; for instance, “Should I take this trip?” Then pull one tarot card, or one card from an oracle deck that lends itself to ...

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When we prepare our garden ev ery year, we like to bless it by invoking the blessings of its past, present, and future. For this spell you’ll need some seeds from last year’s garden, a handful of your garden’s soil, and some new seeds or seedlings to plant. Grab last year’s seeds with your dominant hand and sprinkle them into your garden while saying: May last year’s abundance return.A fine harvest we wish to earn. Follow that by picking up a handful of your ...

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In addition to Easter Sunday, today is National Haiku Poetry Day. Compose a haiku to describe and represent what you will be releasing during the waning moon. As you may know, a haiku is a Japanese form of short poetry composed of three lines only, the first and third lines containing five syllables and the second line containing seven. There are two other traditional elements to include. First, a “cutting word” (kireji) should be placed at the end of the second or third line. Think ...

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The Hindus celebrate the festival of Holi by shaking their worries off, dressing in bright colors, and playing. Yes, that's right; they are adults and they play. Hindus in general believe that play...
       
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