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New Moon Abundance Ritual...Plus PDF Download

Posted by Theresa Mennig on

The night of the New Moon is all about new beginnings. The dark phase is passed, and the energy has rested. Now the universe is filled with anticipation and powerful creation magick. Meditate on what you need abundance for. Take five minutes and really focus on one thing all this energy can help you with.

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New Moon Abundance Ritual...Plus PDF Download

Posted by Theresa Mennig on

The night of the New Moon is all about new beginnings. The dark phase is passed, and the energy has rested. Now the universe is filled with anticipation and powerful creation magick. Meditate on what you need abundance for. Take five minutes and really focus on one thing all this energy can help you with.

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Celebrating Lughnasadh- The first harvest...PLUS Free Recipe Book

Posted by Theresa Mennig on

After Lughnasadh, there is a palpable tang of autumn to the air. A noticeable shortening of the light. The themes or Lughnasadh are the same as any harvest festival. Gratitude, abundance, and connection. We give thanks for the abundance in our lives and look forward to the remaining weeks or light and warmth. Common ways to celebrate Lughnasadh is by harvesting something you have grown in your garden and preparing it to share with loved ones, baking bread, bonfires, making corn dollys, decorating an outdoor altar with all the things the season reminds you of. Spell work related to abundance and hearth magick is particularly powerful.

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Celebrating Lughnasadh- The first harvest...PLUS Free Recipe Book

Posted by Theresa Mennig on

After Lughnasadh, there is a palpable tang of autumn to the air. A noticeable shortening of the light. The themes or Lughnasadh are the same as any harvest festival. Gratitude, abundance, and connection. We give thanks for the abundance in our lives and look forward to the remaining weeks or light and warmth. Common ways to celebrate Lughnasadh is by harvesting something you have grown in your garden and preparing it to share with loved ones, baking bread, bonfires, making corn dollys, decorating an outdoor altar with all the things the season reminds you of. Spell work related to abundance and hearth magick is particularly powerful.

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Celebrating Ostara in the upper Northwest...Plus a FREE Ostara Recipe Book

Posted by Theresa Mennig on

A day of balance between dark and light (equinox is Latin for equal night) here in the northern hemisphere we are getting ready for spring. The days have been getting longer, up to now still holding more darkness than light but that is all about to change. This year, in Minnesota, we have had one of the snowiest winters on record and the ground is covered in feet of frozen white. It makes it hard to focus on the energies of spring.

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A day of balance between dark and light (equinox is Latin for equal night) here in the northern hemisphere we are getting ready for spring. The days have been getting longer, up to now still holding more darkness than light but that is all about to change. This year, in Minnesota, we have had one of the snowiest winters on record and the ground is covered in feet of frozen white. It makes it hard to focus on the energies of spring.

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Beginner's Guide to Herbal Magick

Posted by Theresa Mennig on

Herbal magick is arguably the oldest form known to us. Known for millennia, many species of plants have been incorporated into the practices of healer, shamans, and medicine men and women. In the old days, healing was often treated with herbal concoctions like teas, tinctures, and poultices accompanied by ritual and prayer. 

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Beginner's Guide to Herbal Magick

Posted by Theresa Mennig on

Herbal magick is arguably the oldest form known to us. Known for millennia, many species of plants have been incorporated into the practices of healer, shamans, and medicine men and women. In the old days, healing was often treated with herbal concoctions like teas, tinctures, and poultices accompanied by ritual and prayer. 

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Harnessing the powers of color: An introduction to color magick

Posted by Theresa Mennig on

The thing I love most about color magick, like kitchen magick, is it is something we use every day, often without even realizing. It’s woven into the fabric of our daily lives just by virtue of simple choices made throughout the day. You probably practice more witchery than you think.

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Harnessing the powers of color: An introduction to color magick

Posted by Theresa Mennig on

The thing I love most about color magick, like kitchen magick, is it is something we use every day, often without even realizing. It’s woven into the fabric of our daily lives just by virtue of simple choices made throughout the day. You probably practice more witchery than you think.

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