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  So, my last article was on blessing and dressing your candles. Today, we will focus on the many different colors of candles and how to use them in spell work. Now, the first thing I will say is you do not HAVE to have colored candles. Back in “Ye Olden Days” there were no colored candles, just natural colors of whatever products they used, so in a pinch white is perfectly fine. You gotta make due with what you have sometimes. So, Why Use Colored Candles? There are a couple of reasons one would wish to chose a specific...

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What is Kitchen Witchery? Among most people, Food is a common language of expression one's culture, identity, and need for togetherness. We create magic in the kitchen without even knowing it as we prepare meals for ourselves, friends, and loved ones. Kitchen Witchey takes this idea one step further by consciously infusing your dishes with prayers, spells, and good intentions. This mainly solitary practice is often passed down through generations from grandmother, to mother, to daughter - continuing a cycle of tradition, love, and divine craft. For the Kitchen Witch, the kitchen is the central focus of her path. If...

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Candle Magic, Magic -

A Brief Introduction There are many tricks of the trade when it comes to witchcraft. Herbal potions, tarot reading, using the moon as a guide for your practice; but the most tried and true would be the humble candle. They come in various colors, shapes, sizes, and is the easiest method of magic that won’t get you weird looks if you’re still in the broom closet. For centuries, it has been one of the most commonly used tools in the craft, but there is an art to using them. Most people just assume you say what you want to the powers...

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I was first introduced to Kombucha while vacationing in the backwoods of Maine. I was offered this lightly tan liquid poured from a ceramic jug by an older lady who was a family friend of a friend of mine. "Would you like some Kombucha?", she asked with the sweetest grin. My friend responded with a quick, "yes, please!" and I followed suit. I had heard of kombucha before, but knew very little about this mysterious (and expensive) "new age drink", as it's so endearingly categorized at my local grocery store. As it turned out, this woman was my friend's kombucha...

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Just yesterday, I found myself in a conversation with a good friend of mine discussing holistic practices to soothe symptoms of mental illness. He was interested in approaching his situation with a more earth-based mindset. Many people in our modern society would like for you to believe that these practices are bunk science (and yes, some of them are. That is where it becomes incredibly important to discuss this topic with a Cognitive Behavioral Therapist.) Some would like for you to believe that symptoms of mental illness are only realistically treatable through pharmaceuticals. Now, I'm not a therapist but I...

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