Grimoire – Confident Communication Spell

Confident Communication Spell

Many Witches and other magical practitioners find themselves to be the “odd one out” in group settings, whether it’s at work, at school, or even among social acquaintances. Sometimes the gap between what we know of the Universe and how it is perceived through the lenses of “Muggles” is so great that we’re afraid to open our mouths, lest we say something “weird” and create an awkward moment. While you may never be able to open up someone else’s mind to the hidden, magical underpinnings of reality, you should still feel free to speak your mind about any topic from your own unique perspective. Yellow’s airy and cheerful frequencies make it a great color to work with in this regard, as it fosters clear communication and a sunny aura at the same time. Those in your social sphere will be able to hear your words in whatever way makes the most sense for them, without discomfort or confusion causing conflict between you. Most importantly, you will feel confident and secure within yourself, and not worried about what anyone else thinks about what you’re saying!

You will need:

✨3 yellow votives or tea lights

✨Bergamot, cinnamon, clove, or lemon essential oil (optional)


Anoint the candles with the oil, if using. Arrange the candles in a line on your altar or workspace. The candle to the left represents you, and the candle to the right represents your “audience,” or the people you come into contact with in your daily life. The candle in the middle represents your communications to others.

Light the first candle and say the following (or similar) words:

“I am a sovereign being, in tune with the workings of the Universe.”

Light the middle candle and say the following (or similar) words:

“I speak with clarity, honesty, and integrity in all of my interactions.”

Now light the third candle and say the following (or similar) words:

“My words are heard by those with ears to hear, hearts to feel, and minds to understand.”

Allow the candles to burn for at least an hour, or all the way out on their own. If you like, you can repeat this spell for each social context you move through in your daily life: work, school, friends, family, etc.

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