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Are you feeling stressed? Are you in a bad mood? Maybe you need to focus. I have just the thing! Go to your kitchen cabinet and grab some bay leaves. You know the ones. You use them in soups, stews and chili. Bay trees originated in Asia and spread to the...read more
This Thursday is a new moon! How can you make this time sacred? The new moon is a time for setting your intentions. For writing down your hopes and dreams and turning them into goals! Take some time to do the following this new moon: Set Intentions Plan New Beginnings...read more
Y’all, I’m from a cotton mill town in east central Alabama, where the folks are friendly and the streets get rolled up at 6:00 pm. My barefoot childhood summertime memories include splashing in the creek or the hose pipe, turning the crank on the ice cream churn,...read more
Smudging, or the ritual art of burning herbs, resins, and incense for cleansing, healing, creating sacred space, and other spiritual purposes, is common to many cultures of the world and across ages of time. Druids considered sage a sacred herb and burned it, along...read more
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Have you ever taken a life inventory? An honest look at your life? I did. Several months ago, I sat down and wrote down everything - good and bad. I broke it up into categories: Relationships Spirituality Home Health Money Career Accomplishments Dreams No rosy...read more
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