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Color of the Day
Incense of the Day

The moon hasn’t always belonged to goddesses. There have also been many lunar gods, whose names you can find online. Perhaps one such god is the Man in the Moon. I know of two songs about him, one by Jerry Herman (in the musical Mame) and the other by Bilbo Baggins. And Genghis Khan traced his ancestry back to a moon god. It’s time to make friends with the Man in the Moon. How did he get there? One folktale says that he is a wanderer, doomed to forever circle the earth. He ...

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Color of the Day
Incense of the Day

The seeds of intention planted at the new moon are ready for harvest as the moon hangs full in the sky, and this harvesting is supported by taking real-world action. While we might never be privy to our entire life’s path in advance, the light of the full moon illuminates our next steps, guiding our actions to best effect. To tap into this guidance, recite the following under the light of the full moon. You can also brew a cup of your favorite tea and allow the moon’s reflection to ...

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Color of the Day
Incense of the Day

Use this spell if you want to travel to a particular place and your travel budget needs a little boost. First, buy or make a postcard of your desired destination. On the reverse, write a message from your future self (who is already at the destination) and share at least one reason why the trip is a wonderful experience. End with this: I can’t wait to see you here! Next, hold the postcard in both hands and imagine yourself at this destination, tapping into how you feel while ...

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Color of the Day
Incense of the Day

Back in the Middle Ages at the tail end of the year, the Feast of Fools (with temporary reversals of status) was celebrated. What can we do today? Our magic doesn’t always have to be Highly Serious. First, go to a toy store and buy some wind-up toys—witches, frogs, little airplanes, anything that moves. Cast your circle and skew the altar a bit so the sylphs, undines, salamanders, and gnomes get some new scenery. Set toys or Muppets in the four directions: Air: Sam the EagleFire: ...

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We all have a fear we'd like to conquer, be it large or small. To begin to overcome your fear, draw it, write it, or sketch a symbol of it. This is a burning ritual, so you'll need a safe...
        
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