You will receive one votive candle, measuring approximately 1.4" x 1.4", with a glass votive candle holder measuring approximately 2.3" (tall) x 2", and 0.25 ounce of gemstone chips.
The use of Candles to inform the Intention of a spiritual practice is widely acknowledged and just as widely varied! Because of their association with the Fire and Air Elements, Candles are excellent for drawing in decisive, active energy and for inspiring motivation. They represent cleansing and purification, as well as the bright beacon of our focus when used in ritual or meditation. From this innate tie to the spark of the soul and forward impetus comes the practice of using Candles as spiritual tools and staple items of the altar.
Candle Magic can be practiced in several ways, enhancing works of manifestation or cleansing, with the color of the Candle informing and strengthening the Intention for its use. For this reason, different Colors of Candle have different meanings and may be used for different purposes.
Used for honesty, loyalty, communication, and relationships. Blue is the color of fidelity and truth, and can be used in circumstances where we need guidance and support. It draws in deeper connections with those around us, self trust, intuitive knowledge, and honest devotion, and dispels worry and miscommunication.
Labradorite is the stone of awakening! It naturally stimulates and draws to the surface spiritual, mystic, magickal, and paranormal abilities that you may have sleeping within you. Labradorite draws attention to your talents, sparks creativity and imagination, and heightens intuitive and psychic gifts. Labradorite can enhance prophetic visions, strengthen telepathic power, and amplify clairvoyance or clairaudience. It is a stone associated with the Higher Chakras: Throat, Third Eye, and Crown, and assists in opening you to hidden wisdom, personal evolution, and self-expression. As you uncover your gifts, you will find confidence flourishing within you! Labradorite is a stone of the Feldspar group, and is known for its flash, which may show in flickers or streaks in the stone. This flash may be yellow, green, blue, reddish, or even purple. Rare, rainbow flash specimens are often referred to as Spectrolite.