Here’s another Candle Magick Spell that I’m sure you’ll remember from your childhood. Only this time, instead of dropping a penny in the well and wishing for a pony, let’s add the magic of candles to the spell and focus our intent to truly create some magic.
Wishing Wells have been around as long as there have been puddles to drop lucky pieces into. The dictionary defines the word “Well” as a hole, an apparent reservoir, or a source. With this spell, you will create a “reservoir” or “source” of magic wishes to call upon when you need something special in your life.
You’ll need a large, fire-safe bowl. Any bowl will do, no matter the material it’s made of. As long as it won’t melt or burn.
Drip a few drops of different colored candle wax into the bottom of the bowl. Be sure to use a lot of different colors to symbolize your diverse needs and goals that will come up throughout your life.
Now, slightly melt the end of a pure, white candle, just enough to make it sticky, and adhere it to the puddle of multicolored wax. The white candle will bind all of the other candle colors together in harmony.
Each morning, light the candle when you get up and put a coin in the bowl while making your wish for the day. Your wish can be anything, from more money, to a new lover, to a happy day. You can even wish for a new pony if you want!
Then, just blow out the candle before you leave the house.
Whenever you desperately need to have a wish granted, remove a coin from the bowl and plant it in rich soil. You can plant it in your flower bed outside or even in one of your houseplants. If you have no place to plant it, throw it into moving water (toss it over the bridge on your way to work, if necessary) so your message will be carried into the earth.
You’ll be placing a coin into the bowl every day, but only remove a coin and bury it if you have a wish that needs to be granted that day. In this way, you’ll be growing a “Well of Wishes”.
Since you won’t be removing a coin every day, eventually the bowl will fill up. When that happens, remove some of the coins and use them for good deeds – like wishing for food for a homeless person or healing for someone who is sick. Always leave a few “seed” coins in the bowl, though, to keep your Wishing Well growing.