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“J” is for Just Do It

How many times have you planned on doing something: take a trip, organize that closet, go on a spontaneous walk in the woods, etc, but you always procrastinate, or make excuse after excuse not to do something? Sometimes you arrive … Continue reading

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“I” is for Impromptu Burial

I woke up with a sore neck that turned into a headache. I got up and decided to start my day since laying in bed would have done nothing but make my headache worse. I just happened to be in … Continue reading

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“H” is for Health and Healing

Today there is a lot of emphasis on health and nutrition. Working in a hospital I see so much sickness and dis-ease, illness, and yes, suffering. And though I would never wish illness upon anyone, it seems a lot of … Continue reading

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“G” is for Guardians

My dear friend Etain Butterfly introduced me to a beautiful way to start and end my day. In the mornings we say the following prayer: “I call upon you, my universal powers, and all spirits of guidance. You who will … Continue reading

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“F” is for Familiars

A familiar is often defined as “an animal with whom we have a magickal connection.” For many this can be a pet cat or dog, while others prefer less common animals such as horses, reptiles, birds, etc. Some even use … Continue reading

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“E” is for Elements

The week of August 5th- 11th I got to spend some quality time on my yearly summer vacation with my family. We always go to Alcona Park in Glennie, Michigan. It is my most favorite time of the year because … Continue reading

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“D” is for Dreams

What are dreams? There are many theories as to why they occur. Some say it is the result of a phenomenon known as rapid eye movement that occurs in a cycle of our sleeping patterns known as REM sleep. Psychologically … Continue reading

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