Evening Garden

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An Evening Garden should face West, where it bids farewell
to the Sun each night. In it you place candles for things that
you want to end or go away, such as problems, hardships,
illnesses, stresses, bad habits, negative patterns, toxic
relationships, and so on. You also include candles for things
that are ending, such as phases, relationships, situations, or
life stages, to encourage their satisfactory completion.
Black, dark blue, dark plum, and dark gray are appropriate
candle colors for this garden. Sprigs of rosemary and images
of deities who have dominion over the sunset, such as Baal,
the Hesperides, Janus, Nephthys, Sekhmet, and the Zorya,
are also appropriate additions. This garden should be
activated in the evenings.