Road Opener Tea Light Candles for New Opportunities and to Clear Away Obstacles

Brand: Art of the Root

Product Code: ARC232

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Our Road Opener Tea Light Candles contain a blend of herbs and oils that are associated with new beginnings and opportunities. The Road Opener Tea Light is the perfect size to use on your altar or anywhere when you are focusing on breaking through barriers, obstacles or setbacks. Of course, the Road Opener Tea Lights have the same potent herbs and essential oils as the full-size Road Opener candles. There is no need for you to add anything! These Tea lights pack a powerful punch with real Abre Camino which is revered for its ability to help open doors and facilitate change for the better. If you desire to make a fresh start, are in the process of looking for a new job or even a new relationship, performing a Road Opener ritual will help to create the right attitude and environment in order to facilitate new roads of opportunity. These Tea Lights have five finger grass, abre camino, lemon, pine and a number of other herbs and oils and they are made with all-natural soy wax. Each box contains 8 tea lights.

To perform a Road Opener ritual, write down your name, birth date and the exact goals you wish to manifest. You may also include pictures, bank statements, applications or any other items that represent your intentions. Next, take these items and place them all together. Get four Road Opener Tea Lights and place them around your various items. Make sure you put one tea light in one of the four directions (N, S, E, W). So, one tea light will be placed above your intentions, one will be below your intentions and the 2 other tea lights will be placed on each side. When ready, light your tea lights and either recite Psalm 23 or say a prayer of your own.

Warning: To prevent fire and serious injury, always burn candle within sight. Keep away from drafts and keep away from pets and children. Never burn a candle near anything that can catch fire.

 

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