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Rainbow Magic Candle Spell

Candles on Altar

I love working with color magic and every chance I get I like to incorporate color into my spells. This special spell not only brings color into your magic—it brings SEVEN colors into your magic! It's like seven spells in one!

What you will need:
Candles in the following colors (tapers work great for this spell)

Set up your candles in the rainbow order above. You can affix the candles to the tray by slightly melting the bottom of each candle and pressing it into the tray, or you can use a candelabra, kinara, or menorah to make things easier.

Each day, light one candle and let it burn completely. For each day's spell, you are going to have a slightly different wish or intention.

If you have an affinity for the chakras you can make each daily wish as follows:

  • Red: Safety and security
  • Orange: Passion and creativity
  • Yellow: Self-empowerment and confidence
  • Green: Love and trust
  • Blue: Expression and communication
  • Purple: Vision and Wisdom
  • White: Consciousness and blessings

Another method of working with these colors would be to create the following intentions around the colors:

  • Red: Romance
  • Orange: Opportunity
  • Yellow: Luck
  • Green: Prosperity
  • Blue: Health
  • Purple: Power
  • White: Blessings

As you light a candle each day, visualize yourself surrounded in the corresponding color and speak the following words.

Flame of [color]—[intentional word] flow(s) to me and I receive it/them with love and gratitude.

For example: Flame of red—romance flows to me and I receive it with love and gratitude.

Make sure to only burn your candles when you are at home and awake. Snuff your candle out (don't blow it out) when you leave the house or go to sleep and relight it when you can pay attention to it. Have fun with this happy and helpful spell!

About Madame Pamita

Madame Pamita is a teacher, candle maker, spellcaster, tarot reader, and a Ukrainian diaspora witch. She is the owner of an online spiritual apothecary called Madame Pamita's Parlour of Wonders. She is the host of a YouTube ...

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