When it comes to casting spells, there are two schools of thought as to how to make the desired results manifest in real life. It has to do with how much drama and emotion you should put into the ritual while you are acting it out.
One school of metaphysical thought says that rituals and spells will only work if you make an attempt to act out the results as much as possible. This is why sex magic is supposed to work so well. The act of having sex while manifesting what you want during a ritual has the same intensity as desire.
That is why when witches cast circles they go to a lot of trouble to “raise energy.” They cast a circle and then sky clad (or buck naked) call the four elements to them in loud voices and dramatically as possible. The chanting that takes place in these group rituals also helps increase the drama associated with the casting of the spell.
On a smaller scale, the individual casting the spell might have more success putting their emotion into the ritual. For instance, let’s say you are lighting a red candle and anointing it with olive oil to attract love. Your first job would be to visualize the person in full as you visualize the happy outcome of the results of the ritual. However aside from just that, it is also of value to experience the “feelings” of love as you would as if the person was kissing you or having a good time with you. In theory, the same holds true of vengeful spells. You are to feel the pain as you hurt the other person with your words. This is why so many black magic spells involve the use of needles and pins.
The second theory about casting spells is that you should not attach any emotion to them at all. A lot of experts who have written about manifestation technique say that emotion is the equivalent of pushing too hard psychically.
For instance, let’s say you are lighting that red candle for love and putting all of your heart and soul into it to try and make the other person do as you want. There is a good chance that this particular person will feel this emotion and energy as a “psychic shove.” Astrally, the person may even become annoyed by it.
Some manifestation experts say that you are much better off to make the request coldly and with as little emotion attached to it as possible. You are to make the request once and then not think of it again. It is the act of “letting it go” and letting the powers that
be take care of it that makes the miracle happen. If you push at it and visualize the desired result too much, the theory is that you will actually achieve the opposite as the cosmos does not like desires that seem to be out of proportion or balance.
The truth is that both methods, attaching emotion or not attaching emotion to a ritual, do seem to work. It is up to you to try it out and see which method works best for you.
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The New Moon in Virgo will be a breath of fresh air that's charged with powerful backing from Saturn, Jupiter and Pluto.
The New Moon brings fresh opportunities and an expansion of present prosperity and luck. Your chosen course of action for future accomplishments become increasingly bright and clear. Good forces end disagreements. Positive action you take brings positive results.
When the Moon is new, appearing as a crescent in the sky with its curve to the right, light a silver or white candle. Place a hand-mirror in front of the candle and dap the four corners of the mirror with vinegar. Stand outside and reflect the new moon in the mirror, or hold the mirror up to reflect the new moon in the mirror or hold the mirror up to reflect the flame. Then say:
"New Moon, growing moon, make (person's name) realize soon, Harm sent and misery cursed, is returned and being reversed."
The harm this person has caused you will increasingly return to them while the new moon grows to full moon.
*** Most Witches cast good spells, but it may be right to cast a spell on one who needs to be checked for continually doing wrong. You can turn your magic around to counteract one who wishes to do harm.
Taken from: Gillian Kempt - Good Witch Bad Witch - Sweet Spells and Dark Charms
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"I want to be happy, but I won't be happy till I make you happy too." So goes the old song by Youmans and Caesar, written for the 1925 musical No, No, Nanette.
What a marvellous sentiment it expresses. Wouldn't the world be such a better place if only more of us were willing to take pleasure in finding out what might please those around us and then doing our best to supply this?
Making someone else happy this week really will make you happy too!
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Today, I am answering the question that has appeared more and more in my emails. What spell book do I endorse? Good Witch Bad Witch by Gillian Kemp is my most favourite. The spells are simple and affective.
The two types of cards represent the balance of opposites within nature - day and night, summer and winter, good times and bad times. This is something witches respect as they honour the seasons of the year and all aspects of life. We might prefer to only have happy days but we can't avoid every misfortune and there are valuable lessons to be learnt from the sad times of grief and hardship.http://badwitch.co.uk/2008/01/good-witch-bad-witch-by-gillian-kemp.html http://badwitch.co.uk
Good Witch Bad Witch by Gillian Kemp
Sweet Spells and Wicked Witchery
Includes 52 Enchanting Cards and a 64 page Spell Book.
With this beguiling set of 52 cards and accompanying book, you can revel in delicious devilment against your enemies, or weave good white magic around you and your loved ones.
In Good Witch, Bad Witch there are two suits of cards: 26 Good Witches and 26 Bad Witches. Simply shuffle and lay them like tarot cards, then look up the prediction in the book and cast the spell. Remember, the good witch spells turn toads into princes and
the bad witch spells turn princes into toads. All you need is this charming kit and a little hocus pocus.
About the Author
Gillian Kemp is a clairvoyant and medium who prophesies the future using astrology, tarot cards, a crystal ball and tea leaves. She appears regularly on television and radio as an astrologer, writes a weekly column in Baby magazine and is the author of books including The Good Spell Book, The Romany Good Spell Book (published in the US by Little, Brown), and The Love Spell Box (Cico Books, 2000). http://Gilliankemp.com
Let me, oh Spirit Guide, this day
Make someone happy
By what I do
Or what I say
And when my thoughts
To irritation roam
Spirit Guide let me remember
Charity starts at home.
Let your head soar
Let your dreams have air
Let them spread far into the future
Let them stir your heart
Let them in riches abound
- But keep your feet on the ground.
Let praises sing in your ears
Let the reviews be as balm your ego
Let the success give you a feeling of power
Let adulation like music sound
- Only keep your feet on the ground.
Remembering always, what goes up must by Newton's 'Law of Gravity' come down. Perhaps the only way to reach the stars is to come down to earth!
Author Catherine Cookson
An old proverb says ‘‘They are free of fruit that want an orchard.’’ But I say: ‘‘Everyone can have their own orchard!’’
If you place limits on your plans, desires and dreams… you’ll sidestep your own existence.
It’s important to have plans, desires and dreams that have no limits in time or space. The fact is, we never know what our limits really are.
The only way you can define them is by always trying to surpass them. That way your life won’t fall into a routine, which leads nowhere.
Routine creates a false sense of security, by dampening your desire to take risks. I recommend taking risks every day, even if it’s only one, and even if it’s insignificant. Small victories gradually accumulate, and strengthen your willpower to achieve great things.
A victory, even a minor one, is always positive, and enables you to test and surpass your own limits.
You may have lofty ambitions, but you should only take measured risks, and keep them within range of your abilities.
You need to act with humility, cool-headedness and patience.Humility
makes you aware of your possibilities at any given moment. Although your goals may be lofty, humility
keeps you focused on the steps you need to take to reach your final objective, which could be life-changing for you, or have a more modest impact.
means you’re able to control your feelings, and the negative emotions that could make you lose sight of your true path in life. If you can keep a cool head on your shoulders under any circumstances, it will always pay-off in the end, and be a constructive force in your life.
You’ll also need to be patient, and methodically
stick to the plans you develope for yourself beforehand, and not deviate from them. Which brings us to our final virtue: Patience
, which is indispensable in any process of transformation, because it’s easy to start something, but much harder to bring it to completion. Being Patient is critical for achieving success.http://tara-medium.com
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At last! On the Edge, originally published by Club Lighthouse Publishing in May 2010 has been completely revised. Now titled "AT THE EDGE."
This week I posted an exclusive excerpt for my readers to get glimpse of the YA, magic realism, paranormal book. I'm leaving this excerpt up for only a few days, and then will be taking the read down. I'm excited to search for aYA book publisher to discover the best home for the new and improved story.
About the Book "AT THE EDGE," - Real people developing relationships; while Carm is struggling to pick up the pieces after the death of her husband.
Two Quick Questions - 1. How important is it to you to create likeable characters?
I portray the characters inner characteristics and emotions as they struggle with issues of their own. The characters are realistic that the readers will believe. Tough and practical Paige takes command; Roxy under a watchful eye intimidates; always helpful Lizzy goes with the flow and Carm is consumed with sorrow and mental anguish. Gretchen, a witch is a welcome relief from life's pressures. To add support and conflict to the story are Thomas a friend everyone wants to deserve and Philip is certainly not safe to trust.
2. What do you most hope that readers will take away from the book?
In this book I provide a unique insight into the drug world and mysticism – addiction and the belief that direct knowledge of ultimate reality is attainable through intuition and the unseen world. I hope the reader will begin to believe if you change your choices while guided by Spirit you can change your life for the better.
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