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Your wizardly guide on when and how to cast real spells at home. Whether using simple affirmations or intricately conjured rituals with symbolism, totems, incantations, spiritual beliefs, and concentrated attention, this is how the magic works.
Best to know all about how to cast real spells BEFORE you dabble! Because what you put out - good or bad - comes back - multiplied!
The Good and the Bad of Casting Spells
Energy manipulation is the crux of spell casting. Good spells (and spell casters) operate on the occult principle that by saying a thing is true, it is. After a spell is completed, “for the highest good of all concerned”, the intention will manifest on the physical plane.
Words and thoughts used in spell casting have specific vibrations, which influence the type of mental energy the practitioner will project. For instance, someone who uses harmful (bad) spell casting attracts “bad luck”. When demonstrations, (spells) are powered-up with positive energy, with the intention of doing good or helping the requestor, good luck will be attracted.
Spellworkers must assume the responsibility of never using magical powers to harm another living being or control their free will.
1 - Passion:
2 - Spiritual Foundation:
3 - Belief:
4 - Secrecy:
5 - Knowledge:
If you’re anxious to get busy with your spell casting I suggest you try to manifest something abstract, such as becoming a more positive person, letting go of harmful habits, etc.
If you attempt to manifest something physical, your mind will chatter and try to imagine where the object, such as a new home or car, will come from. How will it find you? You’ll probably lose focus and wonder how this spell stuff works.
If your mind is disciplined and if you’re certain you won’t cast bad spells, practice a few simple spells.
In most cases for beginners wanting to attract something significant it is usually best to find a psychic mentor, who knows how to cast real spells for others.
Unfortunately the internet is rife with spellworkers who do not know how to cast real spells, and want nothing more than to grab all your money and give you nothing in return. Their names even sound fake, such as Dr. Oboojubo or Rev. Goldfoot. Seriously? Their email addresses and websites change frequently. Or, they operate out of P.O. Boxes and use prepaid telephones. They love to post spam comments with bogus testimonials in social media posts. It is a constant job to flick them off and ban them from my own social networks. Beware of anyone using a Dr. or Rev. prefix and also stay clear of the old "satisfaction guaranteed or your money refunded" lark. The scammer and your money will depart by the time you realize the spell you ordered was never cast. Or even worse - cast with negativity on your behalf! Remember - what you put out bounces back multiplied.
Listen to your intuition. There are plenty of compassionate and professional people who do know how to cast real spells for you. They are always kind and never intimidating. They may request your date of birth and/or picture, but will not ask for your social security or bank account numbers.
Trustworthy spell casters should provide picture proof that your spell was completed. And most importantly they will NEVER come back and request more money to complete or continue your spell.