GrannyMoons Weekly Feast: 25 Dec 2022

Knowing your own darkness is the best method
for dealing with the darknesses of other people. ~Carl Jung

Blessed Be My Little Witch. To those who came before and those who will come after, know that the Goddess is with you always. Thank you all my dear readers…be blessed. ~GrannyMoon

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Dark Moon – Time to Rest
New Moon – Time to Begin New Projects; Birth; Attraction
Waxing Moon – Time to Grow; Increase
Full Moon – Time to be Fulfilled; Abundance
Waning Moon – Time to Banish; Decrease
Last Sliver of Moon – Time to Die; Letting Go
Dark Moon – Time to Rest Again
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Light A Candle Today!
In many different traditions lighting a candle is a sacred action. It expresses more than words can express. It has to do with gratefulness. From time immemorial, people have lit candles in sacred places. You may want to begin or end your day by the sacred ritual of lighting a candle on this gratefulness. Or you may want to light a birthday candle for a friend. One single guideline is all you need: Slow down and do it with full attention.


Current Moon Phase: Waxing Moon

Time: From New Moon To Full (Approx. 14 Days)

Goddess Aspect: Maiden

Associated Goddesses: Artemis, Branwen, Eriu, Nymph, Epona

Magickal Attributes: Invoking Beginnings, New Projects, Ideas, Inspiration, Energy, Vitality, Freedom. Workings On This Day Are For “Constructive” Magick (Love, Wealth, Success, Courage, Friendship, Luck Or Health.)


What’s Happening?!?

The Goddess Calendar – Month of Hestia runs from 12/26 – 1/22

Celtic Tree Calendar ~ Birch – December 24th to January 20th


Winter Solstice

DEC. 28: Sacred to Freya.

DEC. 31: Hogmanay—New Year’s Eve; Crone preparing to depart, winter at its height; Crone, old and withered year changes at midnight into young and fresh New Year. Hag’s Eve.

31: Egyptian Lucky Day of Sekmet – Sekmet, the ravaging lioness, with her burning solar eye, is the destroyer/devourer aspect of the goddess.


Face to Face Workshops with GrannyMoon at Sticks and Stones
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High Priestess Training with GrannyMoon

The entire course takes 15 months to complete (four levels). Tuition covers lessons, assignments and instructor feedback. In addition, students may download guided meditation exercises and be eligible for Sabbats, Esbats and retreats with the Sisterhood. The entire fee for each level is $120 (payment plan available), sixteen lessons in each level, except the last.

Ceremonial Cords and frame-able Completion Certificates are awarded as members complete each level.
Level I – Initiate of the Sisters of the Burning Branch – White cord
Level II – Adept of the Sisters of the Burning Branch- Red cord
Level III – Priestess of the Sisters of the Burning Branch- Black cord
Level IV – High Priestess of the Sisters of the Burning Branch – Green cord

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Learn About Herbs with GrannyMoon!

There is so much to learn about herbs! In Herbalism 101, we cover 21 herbs, and you will start your own personal Materia Medica, that we will build throughout the next levels. We will cover the basic aspects of herbs. From culinary to magickal, medicinal to ornamental. As well as the many modalities of herbs!

During this course, in addition to the on-line lessons and hands-on projects that you do at home, I will be sending you articles, and information, as well as questions about your own personal use and research.

I look forward to walking this green journey with you! I love herbs and I hope that you do too or will learn to!

There are 10 lessons in each level and there is no time limit for completion. You may study at your own pace! There are no texts to purchase.

For more info or to join my class, click here!

The cost for Level 1 is $50.00 or $150.00 the entire online Healing Arts Course (1-3) which includes a free Reiki certification course when all three are ordered at the same time!

Natural Witchcraft with GrannyMoon

Welcome to a journey to learn about yourself and your hidden powers. Wise women and men have existed for thousands of years and still exist throughout the world. They know Mother Earth as the ultimate healer, and have learned to utilize the gifts of of nature. Inside each person is a being of wisdom, deeply connected to the phases of the moon and the tides of the sea. All we need to do is trust our innate wisdom.

This will take 13 weeks of study and hands-on practice. But it should be fun for you too! We start with the basics!

~What You Need To Know First!
~Your Inner Witch
~The Informed Witch
~Your Witchy Genealogy, Finding Your Ancestors
~Much Much More

This is not Wicca! You don’t need expensive accoutrements or other fancy trappings! All lessons are done weekly with GrannyMoon through e-mail, with personal feedback.

Course requires purchase of one text book! You may buy this new,
used or you may already have it! “Way of Natural Magick” by Nigel Pennick

All Students Welcome!
A 13 week course on-line course.
Those completing this course will receive a certificate in Natural Magick!

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The Goddess School Grimoire
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eBook (PDF): $6.25

The Goddess School Grimoire is a collection of recipes, artwork, poetry, prose, prayers, rituals, spells, and practical Goddess wisdom put together by the teachers, students, alumni, and friends of The Sisters of the Burning Branch Goddess School. The sisterhood is dedicated to restoring spiritual balance by returning the Divine Feminine to her rightful place and by assisting women in their personal and spiritual development. Since being founded by Head and High Mother Priestess Grandmother Moon in 2000, The Goddess School ( has grown into a large and beautiful global community of women.


Llewellyn’s Spell A Day

Gift Giving

Today is Christmas, which marks the birth of Jesus Christ, from whom the holiday gets its name. Whether or not you were raised a Christian, you probably celebrate this time with gift giving. It is said that three wise men traveled a long distance to bring the new child gifts, but you don’t have to spend a lot of money on frankincense and myrrh in order to celebrate the holiday. While it is always nice to have a fancy wrapped box under your Christmas (or Yule) tree, remember that there are other gifts we have to give. The gift of love is priceless, as is the gift of time and energy to spend with those who need us. Acceptance, friendship, and shared knowledge are also gifts. Remember that this holiday isn’t about who can buy the biggest present, but rather how present you are with those you love.
Gifting Hope

Christmas Eve is a time for gatherings and merriment with those who are closest to us. It can also be a good time to focus on the hope that you have for your friends and family who are gathered or will be gathering during the Yuletide season. Some traditions have a single gift opened on Christmas Eve. You can turn this into a way to gift hope to others during this season.

Take a small jar and fill it with items that make you feel hopeful or have a tie to the individual you are gifting it to. Seal the jar with a lid and wax if you’d like. Each one of these gifts will be unique and special. On a piece of parchment, write what you hope the recipient will see within the next year. Finish by tying to the lid a small red ribbon with the piece of parchment attached.
A Pine Purification Spell

Pine is physically and emotionally clearing and healing. In this spell it’s used to clear away emotional stress, which is common at this time of year. You’ll need one pine cone, a small pine branch with soft needles, a white piece of fabric, and a fireproof container.

First cover your altar with the fabric. Place your fireproof container in the center of the altar, then place the pine cone and the pine branch on either side of the container. Now hold the pine cone and project your stressful feelings/problem into it. Place the pine cone in the container and carefully ignite it. It’ll flare quickly, then burn out. Next, brush yourself lightly from head to toe with the pine branch. This will get rid of any lingering negativity. When the pine cone ashes are safely cool, throw them away. End by placing the pine branch at the base of any tree as an offering to nature and the Divine.
Metaphorical Seeds ( Wishes)

As we know, the new moon signals the beginning not only of the lunar cycle but of something in our lives. To help that something be born, we can plant seeds, either real or metaphorical. If metaphorical, what do you want to plant and grow? Write your wishes (“seeds”) on small pieces of paper and hide them along with a tiny crystal in a small biodegradable box or container. Hold your container in your receptive (non-dominant) hand as you cast your circle outside under the new moon, if you can do so in private and without the interference of neighbors.

Speak these words to the new moon:

Here I plant my seeds,
Here I plant my dreams,
Here I set my wishes.
Here I sprout new plans—
As I will it,
Let it grow.
I will see my seeds
Growing, growing, growing,
As the moonlight grows,
Budding, blooming, fruiting.
As I will it,
So let it be.

Bury your container of seeds in your yard.
Yule Candle Spell

This spell invokes the power of Yule into your home. It can be done before starting a Yule ritual, a celebratory gathering, or a dinner. You’ll need one taper candle in whatever color reminds you of Yuletide. Place your candle in a prominent place wherever you are doing your work. Take a deep breath and think of the beauty of the holiday season. Envision the sun growing in the sky and the joy present on so many faces this time of year. With those images in your mind, light your candle and say:

I invoke the blessings of this time of year,
Merriment, mirth, and all
people of good cheer!
Gifts, peace, growth, and
wonder I do invoke,
Timeless Yuletide magick
for all of the folk!

Your space will be filled with the magick of Yule while the candle burns. Extinguish it when done.
The Power of Two

Twosomes are dynamic duos and even-Steven. They represent the balance of give-and-take and perfect partnerships. As we stand on the threshold of winter, invoke the power of two to help you balance as the season shifts. Write today’s date on a piece of paper, adding up the numbers until they funnel down to two:

1 + 2 (Dec.) 2 + 0 (day) 2 + 0 2 + 2 ( year)
3 + 2 2 + 4
5 + 6
1 + 1

Fold up the paper and carry it with you. At the hour of the solstice, burn the paper safely in a fireproof dish. When all the embers are out and the ashes have cooled, scatter them to release the energy.
The End: A Binding Spell

I’m a recovering addict, and the last day I got high was August 21, 1990. Every year I call to mind the dirty, gritty, and hopeless reality of my last using day so that I am regularly in touch with the pain that led me into recovery. Use this binding spell to bring things to an end. You need a pen, paper, and a string.

Sit quietly. What do you want to end? Write it on the paper. Say:

I call your name, I know your
game. I no longer want to play.
Fold the paper and say:
Out of sight, you cannot fight.
Away you now will stay.
Tie the string around the paper, wrapping it around and around, and say:
Around and around, you now are
bound, and you will stay that way.
Tie the ends of the string in a knot and say:
A knot of one and now you’re done.
You shall forever stay away.


12 Holiday Safety Tips for Cats
By Heather Marcoux

The lyrics were first published in an 18th century book called Mirth Without Mischief, but if “The Twelve Days of Christmas” were rewritten by modern cats, the song would be “The Twelve Days of Nothing but Mischief.” Check out our kitty shenanigans version, along with 12 holiday safety tips for cats.

  1. On the first day of Christmas, my kitty gave to me … chewed up branches on the Christmas tree.

Live or fake, Christmas trees can ruin a cat’s holiday. A toppled tree can crush a cat, and natural needles can be toxic or puncture a cat’s stomach. The best bet for a merry Christmas is a fake tree in a room kitty doesn’t use.

  1. On the second day of Christmas my kitty gave to me … two broken baubles under my feet.

Step on a broken Christmas ornament, and you’ll be howling like an alley cat. Better to go with plastic, non-breakable decorations as your cat may mistake decorations for new cat toys — it is Christmas, after all.

  1. On the third day of Christmas my kitty gave to me … three broken snowglobes
    They’re seasonal and pretty, but a smashed or leaky snowglobe can poison cats, as some contain ethylene glycol. If your ideal Christmas vibe is more candy cane than Citizen Kane, keep these festive spheres away from curious cats.
  2. On the fourth day of Christmas my kitty gave to me … four bitten birds.
    Turkey is the center of Christmas dinner, and it can be the epicenter of feline gastro distress. Turkey binges lead to Boxing Day diarrhea, and chewed-up bones can puncture a cat’s digestive system. A bite or two is fine, but don’t leave your cat alone with a family-sized platter of poultry
  3. On the fifth day of Christmas my kitty gave to me … five colon strings.
    Tinsel belongs on the Christmas tree, not in a cat’s butt. If you think your cat ate tinsel or any other sort of string — call the vet. It could be causing internal damage. Avoid the dreaded tinsel tail by ditching this dangerous decoration altogether.
  4. On the sixth day of Christmas my kitty gave to me … six guests leaving.
    Red looks festive on Christmas sweaters, but not when dripping from fresh cat scratches. If crowds make your party animal stressed, keep kitty off the guest list for everyone’s safety.
  5. On the seventh day of Christmas my kitty gave to me … seven lights a-blinking.
    Strings of holiday lights make for an illuminating game of Russian roulette for chew-happy cats. If your lights start blinking when they’re not supposed to, check for teeth marks. Prevent your cat from getting zapped by hiding cords or choosing lower-voltage or rope-style lights.
  6. On the eighth day of Christmas my kitty gave to me … an empty glass (and a case of gas).
    Cookies and milk left out overnight can end up in kitty’s stomach if Santa isn’t quicker. Unfortunately, cats can’t digest sugar and dairy as well as Saint Nick. Maybe offer Santa water instead?
  7. On the ninth day of Christmas my kitty gave to me … nine lives’ worth of worry.
    Seriously, Christmas with a cat is stressful!

Really struggling with the holiday blues? Here’s how to beat holiday depression WITHOUT medication >>

  1. On the tenth day of Christmas my kitty gave to me … 10 unwrapped gifts.

Wrapping paper is fun to scratch, but the bows and ribbons on a gift box can tie a kitty’s guts in a knot. It’s best to keep presents under wraps until the big day.

  1. On the eleventh day of Christmas my kitty gave to me … 11 false flowers.
    Some call them tacky, but plastic arrangements are a cat lover’s bouquet. Real Christmas lilies are deadly to cats, as are holly and mistletoe. Though not as dangerous, poinsettias can still ruin a kitty’s Christmas.
  2. On the twelfth day of Christmas my kitty gave to me … 12 unplanned kittens.

That’s what an intact cat’s gonna give you. Nothing says “Merry Christmas” like a gift certificate for a spay or neuter!

It may seem like holiday celebrations and cats don’t mix, but as long as you take care to catproof your Christmas, there’s no better combination. Safe decorations and present precautions mean a Christmas morning spent playing with the cat toys Santa brought, instead of visiting the vet’s office.

Heather Marcoux is a freelance writer and mom to the Christmas tree wrecking crew known as Ghost Cat and Specter. You can follow their yuletide misadventures through the @ghostpets Instagram account. Mom is on Twitter, @HeatherMarcoux. All her Christmas ornaments are plastic.


Are You Excited or Scared?

Sometimes the feelings of being scared and excited can elicit the same physical response in our bodies.

When new challenges and opportunities show up in our lives, we may diagnose ourselves as feeling scared when what we really feel is excited. Often we have not been taught how to welcome the thrill of a new opportunity, and so we opt to back off, indulging our anxiety instead of awakening our courage. One way to inspire ourselves to embrace the opportunities that come our way is to look more deeply into our feelings and see that butterflies in our stomach or a rapidly beating heart are not necessarily a sign that we are afraid. Those very same feelings can be translated as excitement, curiosity, passion, and even love.

There is nothing wrong with being afraid as long as we do not let it stop us from doing the things that excite us. Most of us assume that brave people are fearless, but the truth is that they are simply more comfortable with fear because they face it on a regular basis. The more we do this, the more we feel excitement in the face of challenges rather than anxiety. The more we cultivate our ability to move forward instead of backing off, the more we trust ourselves to be able to handle the new opportunity, whether it’s a new job, an exciting move, or a relationship. When we feel our fear, we can remind ourselves that maybe we are actually just excited. We can assure ourselves that this opportunity has come our way because we are meant to take it.

Framing things just a little differently can dramatically shift our mental state from one of resistance to one of openness. We can practice this new way of seeing things by saying aloud: I am really excited about this job interview. I am really looking forward to going on a date with this amazing person. I am excited to have the opportunity to do something I have never done before. As we do this, we will feel our energy shift from fear, which paralyzes, to excitement, which empowers us to direct all that energy in the service of moving forward, growing, and learning.


Breathing To Help Manage Holiday Stress
Want To Help Manage Holiday Stress This Year? Try This

Including breathwork into your daily routine can lower stress, improving overall health – useful particularly during the hectic holidays. The 4-7-8 (Relaxing) Breath can help: it is utterly simple, takes little time, requires no special equipment, and can be done anywhere. Although you can do the exercise in any position, sit with your back straight while learning the exercise. Place the tip of your tongue against the ridge of tissue just behind your upper front teeth and keep it there through the entire exercise. You will be exhaling through your mouth around your tongue; try pursing your lips slightly if this seems awkward.

Exhale completely through your mouth, making a whoosh sound.
Close your mouth and inhale quickly and quietly through your nose to a mental count of four.

Hold your breath for a count of seven.
Exhale slowly and completely through your mouth, making a whoosh sound to a count of eight.

This is one breath. Now inhale again and repeat the cycle three more times for a total of four breaths.

Note that you always inhale quietly through your nose and exhale audibly through your mouth. The tip of your tongue stays in position the whole time. Exhalation takes twice as long as inhalation. The absolute time you spend on each phase is not important; the ratio of 4:7:8 is important. If you have trouble holding your breath, speed the exercise up, but keep to the ratio of 4:7:8 for the three phases. With practice you can slow it all down and begin inhaling and exhaling more and more deeply.


Community Responsibility

We all live in a community, in one way or another, and we all have an opportunity to make it better in some way.

It’s easy to get caught up in our personal lives and forget that we have an obligation to be responsible members of our communities. For some of us, expressing this responsibility is so interwoven into our personal lives that it is simply a natural extension of who we are. Others may need to take a moment to consider how to be more responsible for the communities in which we live. For those of us who live in large cities, we can start with our neighborhoods. Anything we do on a small level will automatically ripple out into the larger system.

Communities thrive on the talents of their members, so one approach to community responsibility is to consider what you have to offer and find ways to bring that into your community. If you have a special gift when it comes to bringing people together, you might agree to throw a party or event once a year that includes the whole community. Even a small open house in an apartment building can accomplish a lot in terms of making people feel more connected and comfortable with each other. If you have a talent for organic gardening, you might offer to help people in your neighborhood plan their own organic gardens. You might be the go to person for neighbors who need someone to water their plants or care for their pets when they’re away. You might take an abandoned space in your community and galvanize others to help you transform it into a community garden or a playground for children. In an area where there are many homeless people, starting a soup kitchen or organizing a holiday meal makes a big difference not only to those in need but to those who want to help.

All holiday parades, picnics, and ceremonies started somewhere, with someone who wanted to give back to the community in which they lived. It’s not too late to propose and execute a new tradition in your own community, whether it’s a block party or an annual picnic. Your particular vision, gifts, and strengths are part of what makes your community unique, so as you recognize them in yourself, feel free to offer them to those who live in your vicinity. Whether your offerings are visionary or practical, they are the very essence of community.


Emotional Support Pets?
~Andrew Weil, M.D.

A friend was denied housing because he has a dog that is an emotional support animal. Can you tell me how a pet qualifies to provide “emotional support?” Is it legal to discriminate against tenants because they have emotional support animals?

You’ve raised an issue that has been getting a lot of attention lately. Emotional support pets can be almost any type of animal – dogs, cats, ducks, alligators, even insects. I’ve written on this site about the “comfort animals” some colleges permit students to keep in dormitories to help them combat stress. Reportedly, these include lizards, tarantulas, potbellied pigs, rats and guinea pigs.

Emotional support animals aren’t in the same category as service animals such as Seeing Eye Dogs, which are individually trained to help people with disabilities. Under the Americans with Disabilities Act, service animals are permitted in all areas of public facilities and private businesses where members of the public, clients, customers, and patrons are allowed. Service animals can be excluded only if their presence interferes with a facility’s safety requirements (such as a hospital’s burn unit where sterility is required).

Emotional support animals are not trained, but animals can be designated for this purpose if their owners have been certified as emotionally disabled by a psychologist, therapist or other licensed mental health professional. All that’s required is a letter specifying the emotional problem the patient has and the fact that the therapist has prescribed that the patient obtain a pet to help mitigate their symptoms. These letters also can be acquired online via websites that provide them for a fee despite having no therapeutic relationship to applicants. (A colleague who “applied” for certification on one of these websites replied “no” to questions about whether she had symptoms of various emotional conditions such as anxiety.

Immediately after completion she received an email saying she qualified for certification despite her answers.) Once you have a certification, you can use it take your pet with you on planes, into restaurants and other places that don’t normally allow animals. Although airlines can bar certain animals, from 2016 to 2017 the estimated number of emotional support animals on flights grew from 481,000 to 751,000 according to the industry group Airlines for America

In June 2019 the New York Times reported on various legal attempts to reign in what have been regarded as abuses of laws permitting pet owners to bring emotional support animals on airplanes, into housing, restaurants and elsewhere. More than two dozen state legislatures have enacted new laws. In Utah a new law makes it a misdemeanor to lie about a pet being an emotional support animal. Oklahoma passed a law enabling restaurants and stores to keep these animals out. A new law in Virginia targets websites that charge for providing letters verifying that a pet is an emotional support animal without having a therapeutic relationship with the pet’s owner.

There’s no doubt that animals can have a positive impact on health. Research has shown that pet owners have less illness, recover faster from serious health conditions, and tend to be more content than people who do not care for companion animals. I hope bogus claims that some pets are emotional support animals won’t make it harder for people who really do rely on these critters to be with them.

Andrew Weil, M.D.



Is Catnip Bad for Cats?

Does your cat go crazy for catnip? Many cat lovers wonder if catnip is bad for cats. After all, it does make some cats appear to be “high” or drugged. The truth is that catnip is generally harmless to cats.

What Is Catnip?
Catnip is a leafy green perennial herb belonging to the mint family. Known also by the scientific name Nepeta cataria, catnip contains an oil called nepetalactone that has a euphoric effect on many cats.

Catnip has historically been used by humans as a natural remedy for various ailments.1 However, there is no scientific evidence to support its efficacy to treat specific ailments.

Catnip is sometimes called catmint, or field balm. This plant is quite easy to grow in many environments, but it may take over a garden if not contained. Catnip can also be grown indoors. If you decide to do so, keep the plant out of your cat’s reach or else the whole plant may be nibbled up. While not toxic or harmful, too many leafy greens can upset a cat’s stomach.

How Catnip Affects Cats
The nepetalactone in catnip causes most cats to experience euphoria after smelling or ingesting the herb. They typically respond by sniffing the herb, rubbing their heads and faces on it, rolling around, vocalizing, playing, running, scratching, and even eating it. It appears to be a pleasurable reaction that is adjacent to psychosexual stimulation. However, the reaction to catnip is not dependent on the cat’s reproductive ability; spayed or neutered cats react equally to the herb.2

The effects of catnip typically last up to about 15 minutes. Many cats will nap after the euphoric experience. Some cats will only experience sleepiness and relaxation after catnip exposure rather than excitement and playfulness. It is completely normal for different cats to have unique responses to catnip.

Catnip may even be considered beneficial to some cats. Indoor cats often need extra enrichment to keep them active and content. Catnip can help stimulate cats both mentally and physically, leading to happier, healthier living. Using catnip on cat scratchers can attract them to these areas and discourage destructive scratching.

Not all cats respond to catnip. Some cats do not inherit the traits that make them respond to nepetalactone. Young kittens typically do not respond to catnip. Some will begin to respond as early as six weeks of age, but it could take as long as six to eight months to develop an interest in the herb.

Is Catnip Safe for Cats?
Catnip is non-toxic to cats, even when ingested. The euphoric effects of catnip are short-acting and harmless to cats. Catnip is not addictive and there is no evidence of long-term effects.

Cats may seem like they are “high” after exposure to catnip, a fact that worries come cat lovers. Although we may never know exactly how catnip makes cats feel, there is no evidence that indicates it is harmful or addictive. It is up to you to decide how and when to give your catnip to your cat. Ask your veterinarian for advice if you are uncertain about it.

Catnip itself is perfectly safe for cats, but there are certain situations to avoid. Some catnip-related products, toys, and situations can be dangerous if used improperly.

Do not let your cat drink catnip-infused tinctures, sprays, or solutions unless they are labeled safe for feline consumption. Some of these are intended for use on toys or bedding only. They may contain alcohol or other ingredients unsuitable for ingestion.
Avoid catnip toys that have strings or parts that may be eaten by cats and become dangerous gastrointestinal obstructions.
Use caution when giving catnip to cats with known aggression. It may cause lowered inhibition and lead to an increase in aggressive behavior.
Avoid giving catnip to sick cats or those recovering from injury or surgery. Some cats become hyperactive on catnip, which could impede recovery.

Cats may experience self-limiting vomiting and/or diarrhea after consuming large amounts of catnip. Contact your veterinarian if these signs continue for more than 12 hours.

How to Give Catnip to Cats
There are several ways you can safely give catnip to your cat. Catnip comes in several forms. It can be grown and dried at home, purchased in dry form, or purchased as a potted plant. Pet supply stores often sell cat toys containing catnip, pressed balls of catnip, and catnip-infused treats, tinctures, and sprays.

Catnip is best enjoyed by cats in small doses as it takes a very small amount to produce effects. In addition, catnip may become less effective on cats if used often.

There are several ways to give your kitty the catnip experience. It can be sprinkled on cat furniture, beds, and scratching pads. You can even “marinate” cat toys in dried catnip. If your cat enjoys munching on plants, try growing a small pot of fresh catnip that you can offer to your cat on occasion.

If you suspect your pet is sick, call your vet immediately. For health-related questions, always consult your veterinarian, as they have examined your pet, know the pet’s health history, and can make the best recommendations for your pet.


Georgia Nicols Weekly HoroscopeSunday, December 25, 2022

All Signs
This week Mercury goes retrograde, which means 2022 ends with this influence and 2023 begins with Mercury retrograde as well. The last time this happened was in the year ending in 2016, and before that in 2009. This week will be a time of reflection and contemplation. We will look back at the turmoil and challenges we have survived. Although this might introduce a melancholic note, it’s actually an opportunity to do an emotional and intellectual cleanse. It’s the ideal time to put things in perspective. We don’t see things as they are, we see things as we are. When I look back through the years – I realize I was shorter and I weighed less.

Aries (March 21-April 19)
This week you will think more about your relationships with your parents and bosses and the authority figures in your past. You might also think about the dreams you had for your life direction and where you wanted to head. You will see goals that you achieved and some that you didn’t. You might feel thoughtful about where you are now at this stage in your life. Nevertheless, you are ending this year, and beginning the new year, with lucky Jupiter in your sign, which is something that can happen only once every 12 years. This means this is a very fortunate transition for you. Instead of focusing on the past, focus on all the possibilities that lay ahead of you for your future. Jupiter in your sign is a great blessing.

Taurus (April 20-May 20)
As this week progresses, and your year comes to an end, you might be in touch with people you went to school with before. You might also be in contact with people from previous travels. This is a powerful time for you because you are experiencing a time of harvest, a cycle that culminates only once every 30 years. You’re proud of your achievements. You also see where some goals did not materialize. Nevertheless, this is a time when many of your cherished dreams are coming true. Count your blessings. Around the time of your birthday in 2023, lucky Jupiter will return your sign again to stay until June 2024! This will bring you good fortune. (Mom always liked you best.)

Gemini (May 21-June 20)
Life has been a bit unusual for you lately because normally fiery Mars is in your sign for six weeks once every two years. However, this year it entered your sign in August and it’s still there! Furthermore, at the end of October, it went retrograde and it will stay retrograde until January 12, 2023. This is why you might feel you are spinning your wheels or slogging your way through quicksand. Fear not because when this retrograde influence ends (and it will end in January) you will feel like someone took off your training wheels. You will speed forth in happy anticipation, especially enjoying increased popularity with others.

Cancer (June 21-July 22)
Very likely, as this year ends, you will give a lot of thought to your closest relationships and partnerships – current ones and those from your past. Of course, more than most, you have an excellent memory and you enjoy savouring the past. In fact, ex-partners and old friends are probably back in your life this week, and in the beginning of the new year. While you can enjoy these bonds and connections (it’s enriching to have history with others); nevertheless, get ready for success! For the first time in 12 years, Jupiter is starting to move across the top of your chart. Let’s give it up for Cancer natives! (Applause).

Leo (July 23-Aug. 22)
Many of you are still catching up on old details related to your job and your work. Others are focused on past issues related to your health and possibly a pet. You feel like you have a lot of unfinished business on your plate. Don’t let this cloud how your year ends and your new year begins. Life is constant change and revolving doors, and we always have dirty dishes in the sink. There is never a point where “everything is done.” That’s an illusion. Mercury retrograde has created delays in your work, which makes you feel you’re behind the eight ball. But you’re not. In fact, Mercury retrograde can help you tie up loose ends. Use this to your advantage.

Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)
Many of you are in contact with old flames as well as kids you might not have seen for a while. Some of you might also feel that creative projects have been mired in details and delays, which kept you spinning your wheels. Fear not! Your ambition has been stymied since late October – all the while that Mars has been retrograde at the top of your chart. You have not lost your focus and your drive. You have had to cope with detours and speed bumps. This will all be history in January. Enjoy fun times with others – children and loved ones while you can. Next year will bring a major turning point in your life.

Libra (Sept. 23-Oct. 22)
As this year come to an end, you will give a lot of thought to family issues that transpired this year. This is inevitable because Mercury is retrograde in that part of your chart. It will be a time of nostalgia. As such, you might be tempted to feel blame or regret. Don’t waste your time with these feelings because they are anti-productive, and they bring about no change or anything positive. There is no one alive today who doesn’t have regrets. Jupiter is now opposite your sign, which represents a culmination in your life. You will feel encouraged and want to go after everything you want. You’re entering an extremely productive and growth-oriented year. Be happy!

Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)
Christmas has been a joyful time; furthermore, you have had an unusual opportunity to be in touch with friends, siblings and relatives from your past you haven’t seen for a while. This is a big plus for you! Nevertheless, this particular Mercury retrograde also has you spinning your wheels. It’s been difficult to make daily plans. Delays, miscommunications and misunderstandings been frustrating and will continue this way until the middle of next month. Stay on course. Right now, your life is quite accelerated even though things are a bit haywire. It’s all going to come together. Trust me.

Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)
This year is ending with Mercury retrograde in one of your Money Houses. This is why cheques in the mail are late, and the delivery of money and goods that you have been expecting might be delayed. It’s also why financial deals are stuck in the mud or they require rethinking or renegotiating. This can be discouraging. Furthermore, Mars has been retrograde opposite your sign for several months! This has made relations with those who are closest to you more challenging. (You know these things.) The good news is these challenges and delays will be a thing of the past by the middle of next month. In turn, you can expect marvellous opportunities for vacations and chances to explore opportunities in the arts, the entertainment world and the hospitality industry. All that fun stuff!

Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)
You are ending this year with Mercury retrograde in your sign. Naturally, you will be involved with old friends and ex-partners you haven’t seen for a while. You’re also dealing with past issues that are frustrating, in part because your ability to deal with them seems to be stymied by miscommunications, misunderstandings and silly delays. Flip this around. Turn a 180. Instead, you can use this time to integrate everything from your past. Look at those failures and challenges and realize you’re moving on. You don’t need to be burdened by these things anymore. Be fearless about facing your dissatisfactions. Once you name them and acknowledge them, you can deal with them. Be like Groucho Marx: “Be gone! And never darken my towels again!”

Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)
This year is ending with Mercury retrograde. Your new year is beginning with Mercury retrograde. This can be useful time for you. At this stage in your life, you are actually beginning a brave journey of reinventing yourself, whether you know this or not. The strongest way to have a fresh beginning is to know where you’ve been. Use this week to take stock. They say the highest value we can aspire to is “Know thyself.” This is exactly the opportunity you have. Take a look at where you have been because that is going to help you to figure out where you’re going. You’re creating a whole new world for yourself. Give yourself a map.

Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)
It’s been a rewarding time for you recently because you have been in contact with old friends and members of old groups. This has been a reassuring, feel-good experience. Because you have a chance to do some reflection and think about the past, especially this past year, you will also rethink some of your goals. Many things that you expected when this year began changed dramatically! (Life has a way of doing that.) It’s important to know that you are finally leaving your journey through the Dark Night of the Soul. You survived! Now you can look forward to a year will you will get richer!

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Weekly Horoscopes beginning Sunday, 25 December 2022

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If you’re born within a cusp period (16 to 26 of any month); you’re advised to read horoscopes of both signs covered by that period. You’re on the border; you may have influences from houses within those signs.

Outlines are longer versions; consist of every possible detail of everyday and are based on three parts of each sign: 1st, 2nd & 3rd Decan; that is, any of three divisions of 10° within a sign of the zodiac. Even if you know or don’t know your Decan; I recommend, please read all three Decan.

Personal theme: I am!!
Fire & cardinal sign: March 21 — April 19

Your horoscope for this week:

Usually, you’d follow frank discussions with fast action. However, with fortunate Jupiter only just having moved into Aries last week, you’re urged to explore everything but regard any plans as more of an experiment than anything lasting. Take your time. This is out of character, but it gives you the freedom to explore the thrilling ideas that appear now and, equally, over the coming weeks.

You’ve made great progress at work lately but your personal life may have suffered as a result. Your family and friends deserve a little more attention now. One of the greatest gifts you can give to those you love is your time. Plan a special family outing and don’t break this promise. Joint plans will be the main topic of discussion between Christmas and the New Year. Your partner’s thoughtfulness and consideration for your needs will bring out your own sensitive side.

View this as a week of two halves: until Thursday, it’s all about long-term planning and being excited -particularly about the first five months of 2023. Jupiter is moving through your sign, and thinking big is unlikely to be a problem. Once Mercury turns retrograde on Thursday however, it’s time to reflect on past experiences: in particular the last couple of years. Exactly what expertise have you gained since December 2019? Don’t think that time was apparently lost during the pandemic. What did you learn how we did your priorities change? What might enthuse you is, by next Sunday evening, to have a clear idea of where you’re going and how you’ll make use of the expertise recently gained.

Personal theme: I have!!
Earth & fixed sign: April 20 — May 20

Your horoscope for this week:

The current focus is on broadening your horizons. While those who you encounter and what you learn will inspire you to make changes, the foundation on which these are based is likely to keep shifting. Knowing that, ensure both existing plans and your vision of what’s next are flexible. That enables you to enjoy ongoing changes yet continue to consider what would work in the long run.

Whether you are spending Christmas at home or away, your main aim is to make this an unforgettable time. If you and a partner have just set up home together, romance will dominate the scene once visitors have gone. Decorating the tree and watching festive movies will keep your spirits high. Rather than anything too boisterous, you might enjoy light-hearted games and fun pastimes with like-minded friends, this Christmas.

Just how solid and good are your qualifications? It’s these that set you apart from others. They give you kudos. Yes, they’re not the same as expertise and a blend of the two is essential. It might be worthwhile looking back over the last couple of years as Saturn has been moving through the career zone of your solar chart, and how you’ve either accepted or deflected responsibility during that time. How do others see you now? Did you go to ground? Or did you raise your game in new areas? By the time that Mercury stations in the expertise area of your solar chart on Thursday, quantifying all this would surely be helpful. You could then use the next five months until Jupiter arrives in your sign mid-May, to prepare the ground for a commercial adventure.

Personal theme: I think!!
Air sign: May 21 — June 20

Your horoscope for this week:

Over the past months you’ve made lots of decisions, some in a rush, others while short of facts. It’s now time to rethink these. Intriguingly, revelations regarding existing plans and past arrangements, triggered by your ruler Mercury’s retrograde cycle, from the 29th, are well timed. The trick? Delve into the source of any errors or problems. You’ll not only remedy them; you’ll learn a lot.

Getting a balance between work and play isn’t easy when you find you can’t switch your mind off. You’re aware of all you are obligated to do but if this is getting too much for you, delegate. You need to start thinking about your health. You won’t exactly crave isolation but you could do with some time to recharge. Choose the company of quiet friends. Keep any gossip you accidentally overhear to yourself.

Your work scene is no doubt very them; different to how it was at the start of 2022 and time needed to assimilate developments, grasp opportunities and mentally repackage all that you’ve achieved and the experiences gained since Saturn moved into another of the Air signs in December 2019. This week is all about assessment and recalibration. It’s useful that this is coinciding with end-of-year festivities. You can look forward to and even embrace new ideas between this Sunday and Thursday. Once your ruling planet, Mercury, stations on Thursday, the energy is very different. It’s then time for reflection spa as to avoid slipping on a pre-laid banana skin. It could be that you will be tripped up by information that shows you in less than good light. It may be that you were a little too cavalier with rules and regulations. Expect to have to resolve these issues before you can truly move forward.

Personal theme: I feel!!
Water & cardinal sign: June 21 — July 22

Your horoscope for this week:

Tempting as it is to turn ideas into plans, some regarding the distant future, your instincts are correctly suggesting you take it in stages. Reflect on what could go and, equally, future options; but, also, keep things flexible until you’ve learnt more about the changes the Cancer Full Moon, on 6 January, brings with it. By then you’ll be ready to make some bold decisions.

Friends are making plans that sound expensive to you. Since you haven’t budgeted for this kind of additional expenditure, be ready to make some alternative, less costly suggestions. The role of leader will sit easily on your shoulders now. If you are asked to take charge of a group project, go ahead, with confidence. You should be able to find a good balance between work, family and social affairs. Just remember, you need to think of your own needs too.

Following on from the recent new Moon in your opposite sign, it’s the affairs of those closest to you that should have most of your attention this week. Aware that a colleague or close partner is deeply unhappy with their work, much of this week could be spent discussing opportunities for their advancement in 2023. This though, runs the risk of ignoring opportunities opening up for you – particularly in the first four days of the week. It might be as well to mark Friday as reassessment day. With Jupiter now moving over your career apex, it’s arguably vital that you make the most of opportunities that present between now and mid-May and capitalise on experiences recently gained. What you presumably can’t afford is to be held back by someone who doesn’t share your enthusiasm and is miserable in their work.

Personal theme: I will!!
Fire & fixed sign: July 23 — August 22

Your horoscope for this week:

The current planetary focus on life’s practicalities may not seem in keeping with the holiday season. Yet with ideas planet Mercury retrograde, from the 29th, the minor errors it triggers are encouraging questions and, as a result, you considering unexpected options. The secret? Explore absolutely everything. At minimum, what you learn will be interesting. However, what seems least likely could, ultimately, turn out brilliantly.

Either you or someone in the family may need medical attention. This could knock plans you had for six but your health needs must come first. Be tactful if you are trying to mend fences with colleagues. If someone is struggling to get a job done properly, a few gentle words of encouragement should do the trick. Meeting and mixing with friends who have a variety of tastes will add a little spice to Christmas activities and festivities.

In early March 2023, Saturn leaves your opposite sign. Saturn is associated with heavy duty responsibilities. You may have felt dragged down by colleagues, work pressure or even lack of work. As Saturn crosses these last few degrees of Aquarius, it’s perhaps time to review what has been achieved in the last couple of years and which experiences could be recycled or used to greater advantage. Despite end-of-year festivities (which at one level offer fabulous distraction) it’s arguably time to review and determine where and how you could recharge. Remember, Jupiter has now moved into one of the Fire signs, reviewing your qualifications and improving on these is optimum between now and mid-May. Taking time out on Thursday (as Mercury arrives at its station), to consider training opportunities could be considered wise.

Personal theme: I analyse!!
Earth sign: August 23 — September 22

Your horoscope for this week:

Planning ahead may be wise; but with your ruler Mercury retrograde, or in reverse motion, from Thursday the 29th, you and everybody else will be wrestling with errors and unexpected changes. The trick? Regard whatever you organise as more of an experiment than anything meant to be lasting. That ensures arrangements are flexible and when those changes arise, encourages you to be inventive.

Competitive events will bring out the best in you because you intend to give it your all. There is nothing preventing you from bringing a long-term plan one step closer to reality. A friend or neighbour will want to introduce you to an unusual interest. Pay attention as taking this chance to learn a new skill will bring fresh career possibilities. An old friendship or romance will show signs of being rekindled when you accidentally meet each other again at a Christmas party.

Virgo is often viewed as being the cleaner-upper of the signs of the zodiac. You don’t though have to do this on a daily basis! True, you may feel that your leisure time is endlessly curtailed by the need to leave everything spic and span ready for the next task but perhaps now need to take time out and to relax and enjoy end of year festivities. With Mercury (your ruling planet) movement’s barely perceptible presently prior to its retrograde station on Thursday, this could be the optimum time to consider just how well you support others – but at the expense of looking after your interests. Don’t overlook your creativity. Mars continues to be retrograde in a significant career area. It is time to think how you could re-energise and devote greater time to a creative interest in 2023. That might well require rescheduling, recalibrating and generally repositioning.

Personal theme: I balance!!
Air & cardinal sign: September 23 — October 22

Your horoscope for this week:

Recent developments in several areas of your life were as timely as they were unsettling. The challenge? Living with uncertainty, if not chaos, while the dust settles. Forget about making lasting plans and, instead, organise arrangements that work now but will be flexible as the foundation on which they’re based shifts. Once you adopt an easy-going attitude towards changes, the rest will be easy.

Take up the chance to acquire some new skills and this will eventually advance your career interests. Don’t give up on your aim to lead a comfortable and happy lifestyle. Being asked to organise a presentation will boost your confidence. Are you single? You could meet someone, this Christmas, who seems like the friendliest and most pleasant person you have ever met. The thought of a long-term future together will not be an unwelcome one.

In early March, Saturn leaves an area of your solar chart linked to risk and speculation. For so many reasons, your leisure time and creative interests may have been limited. It’s interesting that Jupiter has now entered your opposite sign. As one of the signs that creates partnership, it’s entirely possible that a business partnership will develop. This might be suggested or at least given extra consideration this week. Taking time out after Mercury turns retrograde on Thursday, and assessing exactly how much investment would be required would be wise. With Mars still retrograde in another of the Air signs, you might also need to consider that you don’t yet have sufficient expertise and that taking a short course of study in January will be necessary.

Scorpio & Ophiuchus
Personal theme: I desire!!
Water & fixed signs: October 23 — November 21

Your horoscope for this week:

In late October, around the time of the pivotal Scorpio New Moon, on the 25th, you’ll have organised or actually made several pivotal changes. While some are working well, others require discussion, if not a serious rethink; and now. The problem? Gathering both the necessary facts and those whose support you need. Do whatever you can each day. Things will come together with unexpected ease.

Check with a partner who is doing what. You don’t want to end up both doing the same job or buying the same item twice. You might hear about something strange that is going on in your neighbourhood. It’s a time to take any so-called weird experiences in your stride and take a lot of what you hear with a pinch of salt. Helping others through a fundraiser or charity event will bring you a special brand of happiness.

You won’t be the only sign of the zodiac craving a moment to reflect and re-analyse all that has happened – not just in 2022, but since Saturn began its crossing of the base of your solar chart in December 2020. This would surely be a wise exercise. Saturn concludes this transit in early March and it’s arguably imperative that you know how you’ve made the most of it and what could be reused and what now needs to be discarded. It’s perhaps also the moment to address the risks and speculative plans you’d like to implement once Saturn does change signs. This week, with Mercury’s movements nearly imperceptible, you may find that others are withdrawing more so that they too can collect their thoughts. Before the end of the year, you may find that more than one colleague confides their plans for 2023 and asks if you would like to be involved in one of their fledgling projects.

Personal theme: I see!!
Fire sign: November 22 — December 21

Your horoscope for this week:

After a lengthy period of dealing with others’ needs, the balance is shifting. This is triggered primarily by your ruler Jupiter’s move to accent life’s pleasures and those whose company you enjoy. Bizarrely, accommodating these wonderful developments requires a lot of juggling, but the kind you don’t mind in the least. Regard these as unchanging, since this wonderful cycle lasts well into the new year.

Despite some initial disappointment, domestic plans will proceed only slightly differently to what was originally intended. Someone new joining your family will have different expectations and a compromise will need to be found. Remain hopeful. Your career situation is about to take a turn for the better. Your mood, at this festive time, will be light-hearted, warm and affectionate and there’s likely to be a huge sense of togetherness in your closest relationships.

The major cosmic feature this week is that Mercury turns retrograde on Thursday. It does so in an area of your solar chart associated with financial and ethical matters. High probability is that you will need to reconsider your position and responsibilities. It may be that you’ve promised too much and too soon. Largesse is, of course, understandable at end-of-year festivities time. It may be that you’re aware that a financial hangover awaits and balancing the books imperative. To this end, you may be reliant on Aries, Cancer, Libra and Capricorn friends to assist in the process. Most signs will be dealing with similar issues. For Sagittarius a code of ethics may be involved; prompting you to research contractual agreements to determine if these require revision.

Personal theme: I use!!
Earth & cardinal sign: December 22 — January 19

Your horoscope for this week:

Being sensible by nature, you prefer to analyse changes before committing to them; but the pace and character of the events triggered by last Wednesday’s Capricorn New Moon gave you little choice but to proceed. That’s probably for the best, because you’re only now beginning to realise how worthwhile these are; and it hasn’t stopped yet. The further you explore, the more you’ll learn, and benefit.

A surprise lunch invitation will also include an offer you will not want to refuse. Are you ready to spread your wings and to try new and different things? Some opportunities are too good to miss. Life will feel a little crazy at times when festive plans could change at a moment’s notice. A calculated risk is likely to succeed. Are you single and looking for love? You might take a chance on romance. This will lift your spirits in a big way.

It would be understandable if, as Mercury stations in your sign on Thursday, you felt that discussions have gone too fast and too far. Perhaps its end-of-year festivities and general high spirits that have given momentum to ideas that really need to be given much greater consideration. It could fall to you to slam on the brakes, or at least to alert others to the fact that there is still more work to be done. It’s as likely that Mercury’s station in your sign will prompt thoughts about your career. Sometimes taking a loop (or taking timeout) is necessary. For now, conversations with those from other generations could colour your thinking in ways that even a few months ago were unthinkable.

Personal theme: I know!!
Air & fixed sign: January 20 — February 18

Your horoscope for this week:

While you’re inquisitive, so are usually the first to learn about potentially exciting developments, making them part of your life is another matter. However, if you sense you’ve no choice, you’re right. What’s more, you’re increasingly aware that, despite still being a bit puzzling, they’re in your best interests. Still hesitant? The trick is to show interest but to make no promises, at least, for now.

There are dramas you are unaware of being played out in your neighbourhood. Someone has been incredibly good at keeping things a secret. What you discover will take you by surprise. You won’t think twice about lending a friend some money when it is clear they really need it. Generosity is always best when it comes from the heart. A hobby or interest begun now will keep you happily occupied whenever you get some time to yourself.

This might be ‘end of year festivities week’, but it doesn’t alter the fact that as Mercury arrives at its retrograde station on Thursday, giving thought to long-term assets, pension arrangements and general life planning would be wise. In fact, you could experience something of a financial hangover before the weekend. The art to avoiding pain, is to maintain clear thinking for as long as possible. In this respect, and remembering that Saturn leaves your sign at the beginning of March, note that others will have watched you grow in the last couple of years. They’ve seen you develop expertise and witnessed how you cope with challenge. Take time before the end of this week to revise your CV – ensuring you list the obstacles you’ve overcome.

Personal theme: I believe!!
Water sign: February 19 — March 20

Your horoscope for this week:

This is a tricky week in an unsettled period, one during which your biggest challenge is knowing when to back off from certain arrangements, if not say a firm ‘no’. This is often challenging for you. At the moment, however, being clear about what you’ll do, and whose company you want, is essential. In some cases, it will influence your life for a very long time to come.

You would think you have energy in abundance, the way you are throwing yourself into festive activities. You are capable of achieving a lot but guard against over-exertion. Have you and a partner just started dating? Instead of accepting social invitations, you might choose and prefer to discover more about your lover, under the mistletoe, in private. A desire for more freedom could have you thinking about leaving your job and finding something more suitable for your changing needs.

On Thursday, Mercury turns retrograde. This planet has earned a reputation for messing things up. It doesn’t always work like that: sometimes, clarity can come when Mercury is in this position. What’s curious this time, is that Mercury will also be ‘out of bounds’. Think about that for a minute: it offers a different perspective. Following on from the major aspect between the Sun and one of your ruling planets, Jupiter, and all the promises this may have brought over the last two weeks, you perhaps need time-out for overview. With Saturn’s arrival in your sign from March 7, 2023, anticipate greater responsibility headed your way. Preparing for this, and determining which tasks could usefully be delegated, would be a wise way of using this week’s energies.

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