Hello beautiful readers!
Today, 9/9/2013 marks a year and a day since our beloved Sister Candelaria passed over to the other side. I certainly wish I could say that I miss her less, or that the pain is better... but those things would not be true.
I do take comfort in the fact that she is now risen in the Vodou religion. She is a learned soul, our dear and wonderful helper again. I do feel her - I feel her anxious and ready to hear from you. I feel her having missed serving and helping. I feel her reaching out to us. I know some of you felt it, too, and expressed it!
As of this day you may formally ask for her help! If she was special to you, guided you, or even if you didn't know her, but wish you did, she is here for you.
She blogged once about one of her favorite poems: http://voodooboutique.typepad.com/candelaria/2010/04/still-i-rise.html - it seems so personal and beautiful right now.
If you want to call on her, ask for her help and guidance, or just honor her, you are all free to do so at this time.
Let me tell you some things about her: She loves people. She loves helping, nurturing, caring, shaping, molding, problem solving. She doesn't eat seafood, so don't offer it to her! She does love Mexican food and most spicy food... haha, most food - she loved to cook. She loves a good cocktail and could make a mean martini. She was funny. She loved to laugh. She was talented - could sing, dance, act, and publicly speak. She was accomplished. She wasn't perfect, nor would she want to be. She knew the value in being real, in being beautifully flawed, and in learning from mistakes. And she loves a good party! So be happy in calling on her!
She is a Priestess of Agwe. Anything that you would do to serve Agwe and/or LaSirene is appropriate for Sister C - blue candles, silver anything, mirrors, sea shells, etc. Just light a blue candle, put out a glass of water, and talk to her. She is listening.
Still she rises.
Love you all,
Mambo Samantha Corfield, www.spellmaker.com