by ™¥I L™¥VE CHRIS JERICHO!!!™¥:
Like lighting candles for inspiration and using herbs for their healing ability and using scented oils extracted from various plants and minerals for their energy stuff? Is that considered Witchcraft?
Like for example, I was reading this book about witches and they’d light a certain colored candle for a purpose (e.x.: yellow for energy, red for passion/love, etc.) and they’d use minerals like carnelian for attracting energy (I think that’s what they used it for).
I don’t really believe in the part about the minerals, but I love scented oils and candles and using herbs. Does that make me a practicer (is that what you would call it? A practicer?) of Witchcraft?
I mean I love my religion and follow it, but it’s not like I like casting spells and such. I’m not trying to bring trouble or harm upon anyone or trying to get a good score on a test. It’s just that candles, oils, and herbs are so relaxing.
So what do you think?
All answers are appreciated. (:
Again, I’m not doing any spells or anything, I just like to light candles and use oils for inspiration and relaxation. (:
Answer by Jesse