Candle Magick Colors  

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Candle magick is the type of magick I use a lot. The dancing flame always helps me to focus and channel my energy.

Here are some basic candle magic colors and meanings:

  • Red: A red candle represents the element of fire; used in spells to maintain health, increase strength, promote passion, or employ defensive magic.
  • Pink: Pink candles are most commonly used in rituals to promote self-love. They are also perfect to use for spells relating to weddings and emotional unions. The color symbolizes relaxation, love, and friendship.
  • Orange: An orange candle is used to attract specific influences or objects when casting a candle magic spell. It promotes energy.
  • Yellow: A yellow candles represents the element of air; used for spells which are intended to heighten visualization abilities. Yellow is also the color of intelligence, confidence, and eloquence.
  • Green: Green is the color of money and prosperity but at the same time this candle color can also be used in spells for fertility, healing, growth, or abundance.
  • Blue: A blue candle represents the element of water; used in spells to affect sleep or to awaken the psychic mind.
  • Purple: Purple candles enhance spiritual activities and increase magical powers. In combination with blue candles, they can be used in healing rituals.
  • White: White is the color of protection and purification. Linked with the moon, white candles contain all colors and are used for positive purposes.
  • Black: Black candles absorb negativity. Black is the representative of outer space. Black candles are often associated with evil magic, but this is not true. Black candles can be used for positive rituals such as those to absorb illness or stop bad habits.
  • Brown: Brown candles are burned in combination with other candles when spells invoke animals. For this reason, people interested in candle magic spells and colors often keep several brown candles on hand.

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it's very useful...thx for posting it :D

January 17, 2010 at 9:04 PM
Witchy Mama  

You are welcome, Tom! ;)

January 18, 2010 at 8:28 PM

I also use the colors in correspondence to different chakra's I may be working with.

Thanks for the post :)

January 19, 2010 at 9:17 PM

Thank you!!!

January 24, 2010 at 4:26 PM

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