Brown candles are best for all your down-to-earth, rooted-in-the-real-world magical workings. Anything pragmatic or prosaic calls for brown. Need help with grounding and stability? Brown's your color!
This is a good choice for prosperity spells, as long as you are planning on earning your money the old-fashioned way, though hard work and determination, rather than a sudden unexpected windfall. Burn brown candles when you are ready to set goals, and make slow but steady progress.
Any spell that focuses on hearth and home can benefit from the use of brown candles. A house blessing, for instance, or finding a lost set of keys, or making a guest feel welcome.
When beloved pets are ailing and need a magical boost, reach for the brown candles. When you want to ensure an abundance of food from the garden, do the same.
You will frequently find brown candles on altars set up for the great harvest festivals— Lughnasadh, Mabon, and Samhain.
The Brown Mini Chime Ritual Spell Candles measure approximately 4" tall and 1/2" in diameter, and come in sets of four.
How should I charge my candles?
When you are ready to use your candle, before you light it, take a moment to simply hold it in your hands and focus on your objective. In addition to the general intention, think about your situation in particular, and the change that you would like to create. Some people choose to anoint their candles with oil at this time, or carve symbols into the wax. That's entirely up to you.
Why should I trim my candle wick?
The length of a candle's wick determines how much fuel (the melted wax) is feeding the flame. If the wick is left too long, the candle burns more quickly than it should. It also produces more soot as it burns, which can leave a residue on the walls and ceiling. If the wick is too short, the candle will not stay lit. The ideal length is between 1/8-1/4".