What Are Spells

What Are Spells Cover WHAT ARE SPELLS

Spells are used by people to make things change in their life and this is often
a misconception because people think that you use spells for what ever purpose
you wish.

But there is that rule "if you harm none do as you will" Spells are when you use
words, candles or oil etc to make things change or improve in your life.

There are many different types of spells. Love, health, wealth, luck and
protection are just a few. But a word of warning. Spells are not to be messed
around with.

Because if you think you can do a spell on someone to make them ill or something
even worse, it will come back to you three times worse. But if they are done
with good intentions then they are fine to do.

So just think about what your real intentions are before you rush in and do one.

Who can do or use Spells?
You do not have to be a witch, warlock, druid or any other magick maker to do
spells. Anybody can make magick so long as they believe they really can.

Believing is making things happen. So don't think 'oh I must be a magician or
something to do a spell'. The more you believe and concentrate when doing spells
the more effective they will be.

But are they right for you?
Spells may or may not be right for you. But if you are preparing to do a spell
and you have any hesitations such as 'is this wrong?' 'does this go against
god?' etc then probably now is not a good time for you to do a spell. Perhaps
even never! Or maybe the spell itself is not right. Also if they are right for
you they should feel special and sacred and right.

When is the right time? How to set the mood?
Now that you think a spell would be a good idea for you choosing the right one,
right time and setting the mood are important. Certain spells should be done at
certain times.

The full moon {when you can see the whole moon} is the most powerful time of
month to do any spell. The waxing moon {when it is going towards full} is the
time of month to do spells that are attracting things such as love or good
health. The waning moon {after a full moon, going towards no moon at all} is
the time of month to repel something, rid your house of bad spirits for example.

When doing spells make sure you are somewhere you will not be disturbed and
somewhere quiet. Perhaps play some soft music in the background. Light candles
around the room. This creates a very soft magical environment.

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This spell is from The book of spells by Nicola de Pulford.

It is called "Peppermint Cream".
If you are not performing at your peak, peppermint, the flower of
refreshment, will lift your spirits.

You will need:
peppermint tea,
peppermint oil
and a large bowl of water.

brew the peppermint tea and leave it to steep for 5-10 minutes.
Meanwhile prepare a foot bath by adding 5 drops of peppermint oil to a large
bowl of water.

Do this in a methodical manner, thinking only of the task at hand.

Stir the peppermint oil into the water in a clockwise direction, and while you
are watching the circles of oil disperse

chant: 'dispel the cloud upon my brow, uplift my spirits here and now.'

Sit in a comfortable chair that hugs your body and sit the cup of tea as you
soak your feet.

Close your eyes and feel the warmth spreading up your body from your feet
meeting the hot peppermint tea you are drinking.

As the warmth and essence engulf your senses your whole body will glow,

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