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Candle Spell for Fibromyalgia Symptoms by Heather


Such a multifactorial condition.  The suggestions for this requested spell working are deliberately broad.  This is to enable those who are affected by this condition, to adapt the ideas using their intuition, so the intention accurately aligns with their symptoms, whilst considering their energy levels.


Suggested items to use -

Candle – white, black, red, blue, purple.

Oil – olive.

Herbs - bay, bergamot, fennel, ginger, geranium, cypress, clary sage, chamomile, frankincense, juniper, lavender, mint, chilli, black pepper, lemon grass, marjoram, oregano, turmeric, mint, rose, rosemary, thyme, valerian, willow, yarrow – or one that your intuition leads you to use.

Symbol/ Rune/ Ogham – circle, cross, solar wheel, a personal sigil, Uruz, Duir, nGétal.

Write your petition in red, purple, blue, or black ink.

Lunar/Solar phase – if drawing in energy use waxing to full moon, or morning to midday: if reducing symptoms use waning moon/afternoon to sunset.

Tarot card – The Devil, The High Priestess, The Empress, Strength, Temperance, The Star, 9 of Swords.

Oracle card – one that resonates with you.

Crystal – amber, amethyst, aquamarine, bloodstone, blue lace agate, hematite, red jasper, quartz, rose quartz, smoky quartz, selenite, carnelian, Citrine, garnet, lepidolite.

 

How you put your spell together will depend on many variables –

your intention.

what your symptoms are, together with what your energy levels are at that time.

what ingredients you have available.

As well as what your intuition tells you to use.

 

You can see a variation of this spell here


For it I used -

Pain – red candle, red jasper. Rose.

Fatigue – blue candle, blue lace agate. Frankincense.

Tiredness – purple candle, amethyst. Lavender.

 

Sources –

Practical Candle Magic: Witchcraft with Wick & Wax by Rachel Patterson

Kitchen Witchcraft Crystal Magic by Rachel Patterson

A Kitchen Witch’s World of Magical Food by Rachel Patterson

A Kitchen Witch’s World of Magical Herbs & Plants by Rachel Patterson

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