Cat’s Morning Bits for Friday, November 25, 2022

Cat’s Morning Bits for Friday, November 25, 2022

Good Morning Beautiful Souls! Grab a cup of your favorite morning brew and start things off with “Today’s Inspirations”. I hope you find something here that will make you feel good or help you on your path today.

Blessings, Cat


November Quotes

“Cornstalks from last summer’s garden now lean toward the kitchen window, and the November wind goes through them in a shudder. Their thin tassels spread out beseeching fingers, and their long bleached blades flutter like ragged clothing.”

Rachel Peden


November Events 2022

Nov 1 All Saints Day

Nov 6 Daylight Savings Ends 2 am (Fall back 1 hr)

Nov 8 Full Beaver Moon 3:02 am PST/ 4:02 am MST/ 6:02 am EST

Nov 11 Veterans Day

Nov 23 New Moon at 2:57 pm PST/ 3:57 pm MST/ 5:57 pm EST

Nov 24 Thanksgiving Day (USA)

Nov 25 Celtic Month of Elder begins


Susan Brunton

If you see a black squirrel in your dream, then it symbolizes change and trust.

The black squirrel may also be a warning to take things slowly. Be patient and trust the process.

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Yule preparations | Pagan Yule stories & history | Witch vlog


Spirituality & Health: The Spiritual Meaning of the December Full Moon
by Julie Peters

Connect with the spiritual meaning of the December full moon and the wisdom it offers us for slowing down.
Each month’s full moon has a special name, often given by Indigenous tribes as well as other people in the Northern Hemisphere. December’s full moon is most popularly known as the Cold Moon by the Mohawk people.

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Learn Religions: Appropriate Worship – Honoring the Gods the Way They Want

By Patti Wigington
Updated on June 18, 2019

One issue that comes up often for people learning about modern Pagan spirituality is the concept of appropriate worship

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MBG: Pulled The Tower Tarot Card In A Reading? Here’s What To Know About It

A tarot reading can be a wonderful way to gain insight or clarity about a current situation or give perspective to something in the past or even in the future. Of all the 78 cards in the deck, the tower card is often one of the most feared—but this card isn’t all doom and gloom.

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Treehugger: Why You Should Take an ‘Awe Walk’
Looking for wonder is good for your well-being, study finds.
By Mary Jo DiLonardo

California’s majestic redwoods and the Grand Canyon are known to inspire awe. But it isn’t just the powerful beauty of vast natural wonders like these that can take your breath away. You can find awe in everyday things—and it’s good for your emotional health.

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EarthSky News: Moon near Saturn November 28 and 29

A bright waxing crescent moon passes by Saturn on the evenings of November 28 and 29, 2022. The waxing crescent moon is up as darkness falls. It appears almost half-lighted, since the first quarter moon is on November 30, 2022.

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Patheos-Pagan: Woke Magic, Corner Pocket

“In pupik gehabt haben.” –Moe Howard

It started with a random video popping up on one of my social media feeds, in which a fully-grown adult was happily dancing down the sidewalk in a pair of light-up LA Gears, followed by a clip of a woman proudly displaying a Strawberry Shortcake doll. The gist was that people were buying things they never had as kids to help heal their inner child.

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Pagan Playlist: Celtic Music – Eyes of the Forest [2 Hour Version]


Inner Journey:


“Poverty is in separatism. Abundance is in unity.”
— Torkom Saraydarian

Watch for those times when you perceive yourself to be separate from the rest of the world. When you find yourself feeling uncomfortable, threatened or isolated, remember Neale Donald Walsch’s words: “there’s only one of us in this room.”

When we perceive differences in thinking and behaving, we might remember that these are merely different expressions of the one universal life force. We can release judgment as to whether those differences are right or wrong or good or bad. We can drop thelabels that divide the world into pieces, and simply appreciate the rich variety of ways that energy can manifest as form.

“If we are to achieve a rich culture, rich in contrasting values, we must recognize the whole gamut of human potentialities, and so weave a less arbitrary social fabric, one in which each diverse human gift will finda fitting place.”
— Margaret Mead


A Note from the Universe

Could one be too grateful?


Is there such a thing as too much abundance?

No way, José –

The Universe


Today’s Recipe: Cranberry-Ginger Linzer Torte Cookies

This is one of my favorite cookies for a few different reasons. It’s kind of a sandy cookie, so you get that snap. Its warming spices play very nicely with the cranberry-ginger jam. You can use that jam in other places, even as cranberry sauce.

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Magical Correspondences for Friday

Magickal Intentions: Love, Romance, Marriage, Sexual Matters, Physical Beauty, Friendship and Partnerships, Strangers and Matters of the Heart

Element: Earth

Incense: Strawberry, Sandalwood, Rose, Saffron and Vanilla
Planet: Venus
Star Signs: Libra and Taurus
Angel: Ariel
Power Colors: Green, Pink, Aqua
Herbs & Plants: Pink Rose, Ivy, Birch, Heather, Clematis, Sage, Violet and Water Lilly

Sacred Stones: Rose Quartz, Moonstone, Pink Tourmaline, Peridot, Emerald and Jade
Oil: (Venus) Cardamom, Palmarosa, Rose, Yarrow

Deities include Aphrodite, Eros, Freya, Venus

Friday is ruled by Venus. It’s energies are warm, sensuous, and fulfilling. Efforts that involve any type of pleasure, comfort, and luxury, as well as the arts, music, or aroma (incense and perfume) can be done on this day. As Venus lends its sensuous influences to the energies of this day, use it for any magical work that deals with matters of the heart.


Daily Tarot: Death

The Death card in Tarot is a card of major transformation and new beginnings, and it probably won’t be easy. The Death card meaning in a Tarot reading is about transformation, passage, and change. The basic symbols of the Death card are Death as a skeleton in black robes or armor. There may also be a scythe or a flag featuring a five-petaled rose. There may be other figures in the field, the most common and recurring is that of a child.


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