Since so many of us will soon be enjoying them, on 'Eat A Cranberry Day' I thought I would share what the magically delicious world has to say about the cranberry. Actually, this fruit was native to North America and Europe and were eaten by the indigenous Native Americans long before the Pilgrims made them a staple in their diet. According to magical manifestos, the cranberry is considered a 'protective' food and was eaten as a part of meals that were thought to provide safety and safekeeping from things that go bump in the night.
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This area speaks to your issues involving abundance, prosperity and money.
This area revolves around external recognition and how others percieve you.
This gua focuses on loving thoughts and loving energies.
This gua represents your foundation, your tribal ties and the accumulated energies of your predecessors and peers.
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This area replenishes the wellspring within and represents the ability to creatively transform intention into matter.
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Activating this sector will allow you to connect with the energies of what it is that you were born on this planet to do.
Concretize your connections with a Universal life-force, polarize support from the seen and the unseen realms and travel with ease and comfort.