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Is it okay to re-use candles in spell work?

I like to use fairly large pillar candles for prayer and meditation work, and usually re-use them. What about spellwork? Can candles be re-used or is it best to use new items?

Asked By: Elastane - 5/1/2009
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Short answer: It is always best to use new items... More
Answered By: Io Evoa - 5/1/2009
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Personally I'd use different candles for each spell. Think of the will and intent that you're putting into that candle. Yes, you may be doing similar work with it, but as I'm sure you're aware, no two spells are ever the same! Hope it helps!
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Answered By: Mr Pan - 5/1/2009
 
Never reuse a candle for spell work bury it and start with a new one. I have been distracted during a spell and cleansed a candle to start over though. I know the cost is sometimes outrageous for candles, but if you make them yourself you will notice it is not only therapeutic but can make your prayers/spells more... More
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Answered By: Crazie1326 - 5/1/2009
 
sometimes it is ok, others its not in my opinion. Example, when I set my alter up, I sometimes use the same candles for the elements, blue for water, red for fire you know like that. Also I have some large white and silver pillar candles I reuse for moon candles in rituals sometimes. But for specific spells I would say... More
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Answered By: Lori J - 5/1/2009
 
For me it really depends on the Work. If it's something I'm going to be recharging regularly, yeah, I'll reuse a candle. Also, if we do work together in circle...we often goose the actual full moon to accommodate schedules, so sometimes I'll pull out the candle and rework the spell solo on that actual FM... More
Answered By: erisian trubble - 5/1/2009
 
It depends on who you ask. Many will say that it's not good to re-use candles that you've used once for spells. Others will say it's ok, so long as you cleanse them... More
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Answered By: maiingan2 - 5/1/2009
 
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