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102 Spells matching the incense Thyme
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For each bad habit you wish to banish, take a small piece of paper. Write words or phrases that describe the bad habit and the ways in which it’s hurting you. (For example, you might write “soda pop” and all of its health implications, or “negative thinking” and all of its energetic consequences.) Cast a protective circle, then invite and safely light a black candle for your most powerful protective deity. Tell your deity that you wish to be free of this habit and ...

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The four elements arise from and return to spirit, thus spirit can help us feel more integrated when we’re experiencing elemental imbalance. For this ritual, you’ll need a white candle in a holder and something to represent each of the four elements (for example, a stone, feather, candle, and water). Arrange the elements around you (right, left, front, back) in whatever way feels best, then sit in the center with the white candle. Feel the elements, and notice if you feel drawn to ...

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To foster inspiration and creativity, no matter what your outlet is, try this spell. You’ll need several bay leaves. Dried ones from the spice rack are fine. Bay (Laurus nobilis) was revered in ancient Greece and Rome. The herb was dedicated to the god Apollo. It is also said that the oracles at Delphi chewed bay leaves to induce prophetic visions. To give your own powers a boost, first charge the bay leaves with this dedication: I celebrate creative artand dedicate these leavesto help ...

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We are fully into the fall season n ow, between the second and third harvest festivals (Mabon and Samhain). Those of us who grow gardens are putting them to bed for the winter. It can be bittersweet to pull up the final harvest and mark the end of the growing season, but it is also a relief to slow down and rest for a bit. This is true for people as well. The end of the growing season reminds us that all things have their time, and the cycle of growth and death means that resting is a part of ...

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In Eastern Japan, the Bon festival is celebrated right around this time. This is a time of honoring one's ancestors, recognizing their sacrifices for future generations, and facilitating their most...
        
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