Spell To Fix A Friendship

 

If you and a friend have had a terrible fight, use this spell to ease tensions and help you set things right.

You may need the following items for this spell:

A candle that is pink or white
Something to inscribe a symbol
Nice paper and a pen
An envelope
Materials to make a thoughtful present Your friend would appreciate

Casting Instructions for ‘Spell To Fix A Friendship’

Carve a symbol for friendship on the candle. It could be a picture of two clasped hands, a heart, an appropriate rune, etc.; or you can split a symbol for peace, like a dove, to help ease tensions. Invoke a deity (maybe your patron/matron deity) to bless your rite. If you don’t invoke a deity, you can appeal rather to the general forces or powers that be. Meditate or breathe deeply for awhile to center and focus yourself. Then gaze in the candle flame and address your invoked deity (or overall forces) and say:
“A friend and I’ve had a fight
I want some help to make things
I genuinely want to stay good friends
So help me, then, to makeĀ amends”
Draw the symbol you carved on the candle on peak of the paper. Then write down what you feel: what you’re sorry for, what you would like to have happen, how you feel about your friend, why you’d like to stay friends, etc.. Sign your name at the bottom of the paper. Then take the materials to make your present and put it together. As you begin, say:
“I create this gift with love and care
In hopes that it will help mend
The damage done, pain and the hurt
And help our friendship to remain”
Pour compassion and love into the gift as you create it. Visualize it glowing with a gentle, peaceful, loving light. When you are done, put the gift as well as the paper in the envelope. Seal the envelope with wax from the candle. Gaze at the candle for some time and envision your battle coming to an end or your friendship returning to an undamaged state. Think about having a conversation with your friend and imagine everything going well and the struggle being resolved. When you’re ready, give thanks and close your circle. When you next see your friend, give him/her the envelope. Have a sincere conversation and do your best to cure the friendship.

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