Color: Pink Candle
Color Pink isn’t just a light shade of red. Pink is a rich color and hue that carries a long tradition and association with matters of the heart and love. However, the meanings and correlations go far deeper than that of just “sweetheart pink” or “pretty in pink.”
Color Pink is considered the soft or gentle healer. Pink is the gentle slumber of healing sleep, pink is pleasant dreams which help engender optimism. It also has strong associations within the healing arts. Color Pink is said to help with ear, eye, and nose problems. Pink has been known to be helpful in head pains and psychosomatic illnesses. Children’s and infant’s disorders are also within this gentle colors purview. Pink should also be used to help with healing of the spirit.
Long associated with women and women’s traditions, pink is also a strong color to be used in female rituals. Since women normally have control over the hearth, pink is also associated with family matters. Pink, the color of love in many cultures, is not surprisingly associated with the Goddess Venus. The Goddess of Love, she held sway over relationships. Some traditions hold that wearing pink flowers will bring young maidens true love. Pink can help to bring new friends, new relationships and a rekindling of trust and love in general.
Color Pink’s resonance is soothing and helpful in maintaining the appropriate atmosphere for that difficult family meeting!
Planetary Associations: Color Pink, the color of love in many cultures, is not surprisingly associated with the Goddess Venus. The Goddess of Love, she held sway over relationships.
Stone Associations: To heighten the energy of your Color Pink candle, use pink kunzite, rose quartz, tourmaline or coral in your rituals.
Scent/Incense Associations: Scents associated with the color pink are rose, amber and bright lemon.
Best Day To Burn On: Color Pink – with its rich feminine association would best be burned on Fridays when the energy is most receptive.