Candles

Candle magick is based on the same principle as that of color therapy. Different colors have different frequencies which, in turn, have different effects on the human psyche. We can use these effects in a positive manner to enhance our mind power. Likewise, some candles are also fragrant and the different fragrances can also reflect differently on one’s feelings and emotions. Therefore, through candle magick, practitioners can make use of varying fragrances and colors of candles to create different effects for their clients.

According to the science of candle magick, specific candles may be used on specific days of the week, since these colors are also associated with the different Planets. Thus:

  • Sunday– Gold or yellow candles
  • Monday– Silver, Grey or White
  • Tuesday– Red
  • Wednesday– Purple
  • Thursday– Blue
  • Friday– Green
  • Saturday– Black or Purple

Candle magick therapists also recommend specific colored candles for addressing different illnesses. In brief, these are:

  • Allergies– Violet
  • Anxiety– Rose
  • Colds– Green/violet
  • Depression– Orange/Indigo/Rose
  • Insomnia– Blue
  • Indigestion– Yellow
  • Fever– Blue
  • Headaches– Green/blue
  • Diabetes– Yellow

Here are the meanings of different candle colors in general:

  • White– Destruction of negative energy, peace, truth and purity
  • Purple– Spiritual awareness, wisdom, tranquility
  • Lavender– Intuition, Paranormal, Peace, Healing
  • Blue and Deep Blue– Meditation, Healing, Forgiveness, Inspiration, Fidelity, Happiness, and opening lines of Communication.
  • Green– Money, Fertility, Luck, Abundance, Health (not to be used when diagnosed with Cancer), Success
  • Rose and Pink– Positive self love, friendship, harmony, joy
  • Yellow– Realizing and manifesting thoughts, confidence, bringing plans into action, creativity, intelligence, mental clarity, clairvoyance.
  • Orange– Joy, energy, education, strength attraction, stimulation
  • Red or Deep Red– Passion, energy, love, lust, relationships, sex, vitality, courage.
  • Black– Protection, absorption and destruction of negative energy and also repelling negative energy from others
  • Silver– Goddess or feminine energy, remove negativity, psychic development
  • Gold– Male energy, Solar energy, fortune, spiritual attainment,

Candle magick practitioners often recommend writing names, dates, birth dates and certain symbols on the candle (or its enclosing glass) to reaffirm one’s intentions. Additionally, the candles must be anointed in oil and you can use simple Olive oil or specific essential oils to dress the candle and increase their effectiveness.

Based upon the intentions or reasons why you are using candle colors based on their specific meanings, you will require taking a bath or cleansing the mind through meditation. The dressing of the candle is itself a ritual where you must completely focus on the intention while rubbing the oil on the wax of the candle.

Source: Color Meanings

 

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To make a colored candle, use a white tea light candle. These are the really small candles you can find in packages of 6 to 12 at the dollar store. They sit in little aluminum containers.

Take the candle out of the container, and carve the sides of it into the shape of a 4 petaled flower, or 4 leaf clover. Hollow out a small space on the top of each petal. Put the candle back into the aluminum container.

Being very careful not to burn yourself, or start a fire, hold a crayon of the appropriate color over the little hollowed out space and heat the end of the crayon so that it drips colored wax into that little hollowed out place. One or two drops is fine for each petal. The color will blend and melt as the candle burns.

You can also put small pieces of crayon in a metal spoon, and hold the spoon over a candle flame to heat and melt the crayon wax, and then pour the melted wax into the places you hollowed out of the tea light.

It’s better to use the cheapest crayons you can find – crayola crayons do not seem to work as well. Also, try not to play with the melted wax once you have your candle lit. If any extra wax goes up on the wick, the candle flame will get really small and could burn out.

“Magic is only unexplained science. Science is explained magic. When I study science, I study magic. When I study magic, I study science.” ― C. JoyBell C.
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