The symbol of the sun is an alchemy symbol, and it’s origin that represents the completing of the Great Work. The sun will represent life, influence, and strength. He will symbolize energy, will, being clear, and self.
In a Baha’i metaphor, the sun symbolizes the Creator, and prophets like Krishna, Moses, Jesus Christ, Mohammad, Zoroaster, Buddha, the Bab, and Baha’u’llah act as mirrors, as pure and perfectly-polished reflectors of the sun’s rays. This passage describes that metaphor in the context of progressive revelation, one of the central beliefs of the Baha’i Faith:
The Sun of Divinity and of Reality has revealed itself in various mirrors. Though these mirrors are many, yet the Sun is one. The bestowals of God are one; the reality of the divine religion is one. Consider how one and the same light has reflected itself in the different mirrors or manifestations of it. There are certain souls who are lovers of the Sun; they perceive the effulgence of the Sun from every mirror. They are not fettered or attached to the mirrors; they are attached to the Sun itself and adore it, no matter from what point it may shine. But those who adore the mirror and are attached to it become deprived of witnessing the light of the Sun when it shines forth from another mirror.
Burn incense as offerings, to carry your wishes, desires, and when casting your spellwork.
10 incense sticks handmade in Alberta Canada with real essential oils.