catherineyronwode wrote:Burning candles in triangles, or in squares, or in a circle are methods used to accomplish certain ends. They are not inherently more powerful in and of themselves, but they are valuable insofar as they enable the practitioner to utilize a certain form of work, such as encircling someone or establishing a space within which symbolic actions will take place as part of the spell work.
euphemia wrote:How do you determine whether to set your candles in a triangular shape or ... some other shape? And, do you need to choose a shape? (From my forays into any candle magic, I usually set them in a line, "left to right" like how we read.)
If you do a triangle one, is there a first, second, and third candle? Like...an order?
starsinthesky7 wrote:I set it in the triangular shape because it helps direct the energy. If you are doing it in the triangular shape I was taught to draw something you light things in a clockwise fashion. I Dont think there is a particular order though.
Joseph Magnuson wrote:I am unable to properly answer these questions for you as every single worker is going to have a different answer for those! I hope you find yours!
eagerbeaver88 wrote:is it a bad idea to use black glass encased candles you used for yourself only for about 30 minutes and had them leftover stored somewhere to use as a breakup candle?
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