Deities: Apollo, Brigid, Helios, Ra
Colors: Amber, Gold, Orange Yellow
Crystals: Amber, Diamonds, Carnelian, Gold, Quartz Sunstone, Tiger’s Eye, Yellow Topaz
Herbs & Plants: Angelica, Buttercups, Cinnamon, Eyebright, Juniper, Marigolds, St. Johns Wort, Sunflowers
Incenses: Cedar, Cinnamon Frankincense, Lemon, Sun Oil
Energies & Associations: Agriculture, Beauty, Creativity, Ego, Fame, Fatherly Love, God Rituals, Hope, Male Health, Personal Achievements, Power, Promotions, Self-Expression, Spiritual Connection, Success, Victory, Wealth
Extras: Sunday sets the tone for the rest of the week; ensure that Sundays are full of light, fun, and happiness.
Sunday- Ruled by the Sun. Power, prosperity, health, banishing evil annd excorcism, Success, healing, and happiness
Planet – Sun
Sign – Leo
Angel – Michael
Color – Gold, Yellow, and Orange
Plant – Marigold, Heliotrope, Sunflower, Buttercup, Cedar, Beech, and Oak
Stone – Carnelian, Citrine, Tiger Eye, amber, Quartz Crystal, Red Agate
Intentions – Health, Success, Career, Ambition, Goals, Personal finances.
Element – Fire
More Qualities – Family, Sibling Relationships, Advancement, Drama, fun, authority, figures, law, fairs, crops, totem animals, volunteer services, civic services, promotion, the god, men’s mysteries, children, Buying, selling, speculating.
Light a yellow candle to promote mental clarity and knowledge. Meditating with a yellow candle promotes creativity, imagination, communication, mental strength and intellect. It is great for requests of creativity, materialization and trust.
Carrying these gemstones today can bring success and fulfillment of your goals. Wear them as a talisman or simply keep them close to you to harness their energy.
Drink a cup of Honey and Ginger Tea to fill your Sunday with positive energy. Traditional Chinese medicine holds that ginger restores devastated yang¹. It is a symbol of strength and purity. Ginger even appears in the ancient Hindu text, the Kama Sutra, where its use is entrusted to enhance sexual relationships and help flow the energy of love and sensuality.
The archangel Michael is in charge of this day. In the Hebrew language, Michael’s name means: ‘One who is as God’. Sunday and Michael are both associated with the Sun. This makes a lot of sense. Consider, Sunday in earlier eras was commonly established as the day of Sabbath, or day of worship. The symbolic meaning of the Sun is akin to the spirit, the light that shines bright within us, the fire within the soul. Archangel Michael and the Sun are mighty partners to enhance our virtues, devotionals, prayers and meditations on Sunday.