It’s easy to get carried away with the power of candles.
How many can you burn in a minute?
How many do you need to make a fire?
It can be tempting to buy up all the candles in a shop or home and try to impress a few friends, but the truth is that candle power is really just one of the many factors that influence your mood.
And it’s the power you get from the candle that matters, not how much you put into the flame.
It’s all about what you do with it.
How much you use will determine how you feel.
To find out more about the psychology of mood and how to use it to your advantage, this is our guide to candle power.
Candle power and the psychology You’ve probably heard the phrase “it’s all in the lighting”.
That’s because when it comes to mood, it’s all very much in the eye of the beholder.
It can depend on a range of factors including the intensity of the light source, the length of time that the candle is held, the amount of heat it generates and the amount you give it.
The more you give a candle, the more power it can have over your mood, says sociologist and author of The Art of Mood and Mood Management Karen Meehan.
“When we give a lot of energy to a candle it can produce a lot more heat than when we give it very little energy,” she says.
“It’s also the kind of heat that can be transferred from the skin to the rest of your body.
So if you give someone a lot less energy they can feel a lot hotter, which can lead to a lot cooler mood.”
So, how does candle power work?
If you’re a fan of a candle that is bright enough to catch your eye, then it will be more likely to make you feel happy, happy happy.
But if it is too dark or too low in temperature, it will just make you cold.
This could be because it doesn’t get enough light, and it doesn