Protection Intention Candle
Intention candles can be used in any manner you feel drawn to. Often they are used in ritual, prayer, meditation, or in ceremony but feel free to adapt it to what works for you. It can be burned as simply as during a bath or while writing/working. The most important part is your intention.
- Ritually crafted with 100% pure, unscented beeswax.
- Includes black tourmaline, agrimony, catnip, bay leaf, handpicked red Florida cedar, and patchouli. The herbs and stones used are known for their properties of purification, their uplifting nature and for protection. For example: Agrimony, also known as “church steeples” and “Fairy’s wand”, is known to protect, shield and ward off negativity and harm. Catnip is added to uplift and warm the spirit. Bay leaf offers peace and protection from bad luck and harm. Black tourmaline and patchouli is also there to protect and banish negativity.
- Contains black dye.
- The front label features a symbolic shield with a Celtic knot of two black guard dogs intertwined in a seal of protection.
- Measures approximately 8” tall and 2.3” across.
The concept behind this intention candle is to provide a dressed prayer candle for times when one needs to set boundaries, during periods of great negativity, to protect from harm, and guard from ill will from others or unseen forces. These candles are also great to work with when you are feeling run down and when it feels like you’re dodging things left and right. It emits a comforting, strengthening, and stabilizing affect.
SAFETY WARNING: Please take care when you burn a candle and make sure it is not left unattended in a room. For best results, burn your intention candle for 2-3 hours maximum. Please keep the wick centered and trimmed to 1/8-1/4" before lighting each time for a clean, safe, and even burn. Extinguish the candle if the flame seems too high and/or if smoking occurs.
Astatula candles are created in small batches in the heart of Old Seminole Heights in Tampa, Florida. Photography, candle notes, and safety information courtesy of Astatula Candle Co.