To Break a Spell you have Cast

 

There are times when we’ve cast a spell which we shouldn’t have done, either because we have not thought it through or since we have reacted in anger and later realize that it was improper. Then we are honour bound to reverse it. This spell is emblematic and the best time to do this is after midnight at the time of the Waning Moon.

You will need the following items for this spell:

As many white candles as you feel is appropriate Purifying incense (such as benzoin or lavender) Rosemary oil Angelica or lavender herbs A bead from a necklace you have – clear if possible Small square of black cloth Cord or thread

Casting Directions for ‘To Break a Spell you’ve Cast’

Anoint your candles with the lavender oil, working from bottom to top, since you are sending the spell away. Light the incense and let it burn for a few moments to elevate the atmosphere.

Light your candles and as you do so think very carefully as to why you cast the first spell, what it’s caused and why you want it removed. Then say: Great Mother, I ask a favour of you On (date)I cast a spell to (insert type of spell])I now ask for it to be removed and rendered harmless May it have no further power or gain.

Put the bead or jewellery and the herbs on the black fabric and say: Here I make sacrifice to you knowing that I need to relinquish this thing as token of my good intentions. Knot the cable round the cloth, saying as you do: I move the power of this spell to this object And enclose it within its own darkness So be it.

Use three knots for finality. Seal the knots by dripping wax from one of the candles on them. Then take the bag to a supply of running water or a clear space and throw it away as far from you as possible

If your first spell was done in anger or fear, then say: Begone anger, begone fear. It is done. You should discover that you have got rid of any negativity you may have felt. Insofar as you have given up something which belongs to you, you’ve cleared yourself of the law of cause and effect and of any religious difficulty as a result of your initial action.

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