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Color of the Day
Incense of the Day

Re couping financially from the holiday season can be difficult, and by the middle of January, many folks scramble to pay their bills. This spell is an easy way to bring a little extra money in to cover those stresses. For this spell, you’ll need a small green candle, a one-dollar bill, and a needle or pin for carving your candle. Start by carving a dollar sign ($) into your candle, then anoint it with a money-drawing oil such as cinnamon, almond, or peppermint. Place your carved and ...

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Color of the Day
Incense of the Day

Sabago is the Spanish word for Saturday, which is today. It is derived from sabbath, or day of rest. Generally we keep busy as Witches. Today, I invite you to experience pure, unadulterated rest for the entire day. Begin your day like this: Clear your calendar. Reschedule appointments if you must. Grab your favorite CD or tune in to your most peaceful playlist. Light blue candles (for peace and relaxation) in the bathroom. Drop some pink rose petals and rose oil into the tub. Undress and ...

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There is nothing like a good mud mask to help evoke the grounding and curative powers of Mother Earth. If the transitory demands of the season have you feeling stressed, take a minute today to ground down. In 33 minutes, this mask will have you looking years younger and feeling noticeably more secure. In a large glass bowl, combine the following ingredients:• 2 cups bentonite clay• 3 tablespoons turmeric• 1 teaspoon asafoetida ( hing)• 1 teaspoon cinnamon• 1 teaspoon ...

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Incense of the Day

It’s said that lots of little things add up to something big. Magic is like that. You don’t always have to do big spells and special rituals. Saturdays are my favorite day to do tiny pleasure magic. While my teenager sleeps in, I slip out to the farmers’ market to buy fresh bread, vegetables, fruit, and coffee. I visit with local farmers, friends, and neighbors. I walk to the grocery store for fresh milk and eggs, and the local bakery for croissants or Danishes. Then I amble slowly home, ...

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Native cultures have long held the notion of spirit and ancestral summoning in high esteem. If there's an area that you feel could benefit from the aid of good spirits, a ceremony such as this can...
        
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