- Magickal Mimosa Candle
Magickal Mimosa Candle
The leaves and flowers of mimosa trees are used in folk magic for protection, purification, prophetic dreams, love, romance, and abundance. In Hoodoo, mimosa is known as "Shame Boy" because as the "Sensitivity Plant," when it is touched the leaves will close. Thus, by virtue of the Doctrine of Signatures, the plant is used to shame someone from harming another. The goal of the conjure is to have the target drop a lawsuit, back down from opposing you, pay back money that is owed and the like. In this capacity, the plant must be collected in a specific ritual fashion, by running the hand over the plant three times stating the individual's name who is the target of the conjure followed by "(Name), shame on you." It can then be collected and further prepared in conjure formulas and works. Voodoo Mama's Magickal Mimosa Conjure Candle comes ritually fixed with real mimosa leaves and essential oils.
Burn a Magickal Mimosa Conjure Candle when the goal is for one of the aforementioned purposes. Write your petition on a piece of paper and five-spot it with Voodoo Mama’s Mimosa Conjure Oil. Place the petition under the candle and light the candle. State your petition out loud and allow the candle to burn. Each day, repeat your petition and allow the candle to burn until it burns all the way down.
- Voodoo Mama's Conjure Candles will burn for approximately seven days or 120 hours. They can be reused once they have burned down as vases for holding flowers, turned into a container spell to keep on your altar or refilled with wax to burn again. They are simply too beautiful to throw away and the creative conjurer will find many possibilities for using the decorative glass container once the original wax has burned down.
- 2 1/2" Wide and 8 1/4" Tall
- Burns approximately 120 hours
- 100% Paraffin Wax fixed with herbs, roots, spices and essential oils melted into the wax
*Be sure to check out my article Setting Lights on my blog for instructions and ideas for using any of my candles.