Using the right candle color for specific days of the week can be highly beneficial to connect with its energy and cast spells, perform rituals, and more. Today I want to tell you more about which candle color is good for Friday and how to use it.
Which candle color should you light on Friday?
Why is it perfect for this day?
The color pink in the West is associated with feelings of calm, tenderness, sweetness, and romance. It is the color of love and the undisputed symbol of youth and innocence. It is used above all for the clothing and accessories of little girls, even if it was not considered a prerogative of the fair sex until a few decades ago.
To newborn boys, this color was attributed as a union of red (symbol of strength) and white (purity, spirituality of soul). All the girls, on the other hand, were generally assigned all the girls color blue, because blue was the color of the Virgin’s veil.
In our tradition, since the Middle Ages, it has been associated with the idea of childhood, with a delicate and innocent world precisely because its chromatism is softened by the spiritual influence of white.
Pink is often recognized as the symbol of the ability to love and be loved, live feelings with passion, and not be afraid of tenderness.
It is one of the colors that over time has changed its meaning several times, going from being a symbol of virility to the queen shade of the female universe.
In other cultures, very different from ours, pink is not so closely related to women. In Japan, for example, it is combined with the idea of masculinity because cherry blossoms (pink) remind us of young warriors who died in battle. China, on the other hand, did not even know this shade until the advent of the first trade exchanges with the West, so much so that the name “pink” in Chinese translates as “foreign color”.
Pink is generally associated with the female world because it evokes in us the characteristics of sensitivity, sweetness, tenderness, and care that we usually attribute to women. According to popular tradition, since the latter manifest their emotions more clearly and spontaneously than males, the color has naturally been traced back to women. This tenuous color seems to bring out repressed feelings more easily because it stimulates abandonment and listening.
It brings out our sweet and delicate side and is considered an extremely relaxing color. In recent decades this dye has been the prerogative of female infancy does not mean that it cannot be used by anyone who is fascinated by it.
It leads to opening up to love, in all its forms. Those who use it are more predisposed to listening, welcoming, and understanding others.
Its presence favors the aggregation of people and allows for fluid reciprocal exchange. For people who suffer from loneliness, pink is an allied color because it allows you to see the world from a new perspective and remove the feeling of feeling alone.
Those who love this color are a person who cares about the well-being of others, who loves to take care of them, and who always uses sweetness to approach the world.
The purity of white meets the fire of red, giving rise to pink that embodies the thrust towards the outside but always with delicacy, sensitivity, and common sense. It mitigates anger and aggression, curbs the primary instincts and the desire to take revenge for a wrong suffered.
The color leads to reflection before acting, helping the person to see reality with the heart.
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How to use it?
You can use this candle color in many different ways like:
- When casting a love spell, a beauty spell or a fertility spell
- When chanting a prayer for Friday
- When connecting with Freya, Venus, or Aphrodite, the goddess associated with this day
- When meditating to attract love and to work on your feminine energy
Other magickal tools that you could also use on this day
Among the other magickal tools that you could also use on this day we have:
A rune: Ehwaz
Ehwaz rune is the one channeling the energy of this day of the week to perfection! Use it in your practice to enhance the powerful feminine energy around you or as a way to honor this day.
A love sigil
You can create a custom sigil for love, beauty, or any other type of energy linked to Friday you would like to enhance. The affirmations to get started with are: I LOVE / I AM BEAUTIFUL / I EMBRACE MY FEMININE ENERGY. You can use this sigil to enhance the energy of this day when casting a spell or simply as a talisman to make something happen.
A tarot card: The Empress
The Empress tarot card is the tarot card that represents Friday’s energy at its best. Bring it with you to empower the feminine energy within!
A crystal: Pink quartz
Of all the pink stones, it is certainly the best known. It is often considered the stone of fertility and love. It helps you to cope with the big changes in life better and embrace pure love. It promotes the love of beauty and is often considered the stone of artists.