Bayberry Arrayan Cornucopia Tool Of Abundance Symbol Of Fortune For Prosperity Wealth And Nourishment (Scented 7 Day Prayer Candle)
Bayberry Prayer: “Please shower on me an abundance of money from the infinite source on a regular basis. I am ready for money to come to me to better the life of my family. I am ready to be paid very well doing an exciting and rewarding job. I am ready to win at gambling, casino games, bingo and contest tickets. Every day I find myself getting closer and closer to achieving my financial goals. All my thoughts are focused on good luck. Money come to me from all directions. Amen.”
Cornucopia, a horn of plenty is a symbol of wealth, abundance, fertility and nourishment, highly respected by many ancient cultures whose concept of abundance was main part of their religion. Fortuna, the goddess of good luck, was given the power to bring prosperity to a human being and her attribute is cornucopia horn of plenty.
The Cornucopia is also known as the Horn of Plenty. Its name comes directly from Latin Cornu (horn) Copiae (abundance, plenty). As a symbol, a Cornucopia is typically depicted as a horn shaped receptacle overflowing with fruits, grains, flowers, and/or vegetables. The word Cornucopia also is commonly used to signify abundance.
Legends about the origins of the Cornucopia come from ancient Greek mythology. One story connects it with the infancy of Zeus, the chief God of Pagan Greece. After giving birth to Zeus, His mother, the Goddess Rhea, and His grandmother, the Goddess Gaea, placed Him in the care of the nymphs Adrasteia and Ida, daughters of Melisseus, king of Crete. They fed Zeus on the milk of the wondrous goat Amalthea. Later, in appreciation to His wet-nurse goat, Zeus placed Amalthea among the constellations in the heavens. To the nymphs, Zeus gave one of Amalthea's horns and conferred on it the magic of perpetually becoming filled with whatever sustenance the possessor of the horn might want.
The Cornucopia came to become a sacred symbol associated with a variety of Pagan deities. In the Roman religion, this included Fortuna, the Goddess of Luck and Fortune; Plutus, God of Wealth; Concordia, Goddess of Peace and Harmony; and Flora, Goddess of Flowers. The Romano-British and Celtic Horse Goddess Epona sometimes was depicted in the form of the Great Mother carrying a Cornucopia. Nantosuelta, Goddess of the Winding Stream, appeared with a Cornucopia on some ancient monuments, as was Persephone, Greek Goddess of the Underworld.
Say a prayer of your choice each time you light the candle. As soon as you start to feel stressed, please talk to yourself with clear, gentle, and encouraging words that will help you intercede in the stress cycle and bring yourself back to calm.
A prayer is said before the candle as it burns. When the candle is first lit this prayer is to ask for what you desire or what help is needed in your life. Lighting a prayer candle as a way to leave the old behind and begin a new life just as if you were born again, the sense being akin to the resurrection and it leaves your sins behind you, giving a new aspect and a new look into your life, without being burdened by your old sins and you old mistakes.
Prayer is the master key. Prayer is the key to all earthy problems. Praying is more than just mere words, it myst come from deep within you, from you very soul. The exercise of prayer requires tranquility and peace of mind. The essence of prayer is faith, it is your motive power that comes from within you and its movement must be directed upwards to where all earthy favors come from.
Anyone can make their prayers come true. This is as sure as the rise of tomorrow’s sun. If you knew how you would feel if your prayer were answered, and if you could realize, consciously, just how you could awaken such a feeling in yourself, you will travel a long way toward learning how to make your dreams come true. Imagination is the beginning of creation. You must imagine what you desire and believe it to be true. True prayer can come only from within yourself.
Instructions: Light the candle with a match or lighter and say a prayer of your choice. You can put the candle out at anytime or let it burn to the end. Each time you relight the candle say a prayer to reenergize your goals. You can write your name on the glass of the candle to personalize the prayer. Use a black marker and write your name or another persons name on the candle. After the candle has fully burned down you can throw away the glass.
This candle is approximately 8” tall and weights 1 LB 4 OZ