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Choosing and Charging a Candle for a Magic Spell +27781462469 (27jan smut street)

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Choosing and Charging a Candle for a Magic Spell +27781462469
It is important to learn the basics before performing candle magic. First, learn the candle colors associated with the various types of spells; burning the wrong candle color could affect the outcome of your spell. An excellent chart for candle magic colors is provided by Star Dancer. In most Wiccan and pagan communities, you can substitute a white candle if the appropriate colored candle is not available. Natural beeswax or soy candles are preferred over petroleum-based candles, but you're not destined to a long, lonely life if you can't find that type. Any kind of candle will work--just make sure it's never been burned.
Once you've found the best candle for your spell, charge it for your needs. This is also known as dressing, or preparing your candle. The process involves anointing it with oil, carving it with the letters or symbols that represent what you want, and giving it your energy. Hold the candle in your dominant hand and then hold your other hand out, palm up, as if receiving energy from the universe. Imagine what you want your end result to be once the spell has had time to have an effect. Imagine yourself pulling in energy from the universe so that it can mix with your intention and then be fed ino the candle in your dominant hand. Place the candle in its holder and set out to cast your spell. For more information contact
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