The point of all this is a reminder to keep reasonable expectations when it comes to the practice of magic. It’s not a practice that’s about a lot of concrete Yes and No information. It’s more art than science, and many of its powers remain mysterious due to their blurring of all that which is natural. Success is subjective. In effect, any time a person wants a spell to gain “more” of something, it is impossible to promise how much “more” one will get. One can always have “more” and still find it lacking. With magic, even when we get what we want… we may find that we want it again.
“Do Magic Spells Really Work?” – this is a question I receive from interested students daily.
My short answer is, “Yes”. The long answer begins now… 🙂
Magick spells do not work the way most people “think” or “wish” they worked.
For example, you won’t cast a love spell and have the guy of your dreams knocking at your door a few hours later.
Magick is not a “magic pill” that will instantly solve all your problems, and attract all your desires instantly.
That being said… Magick does work, and it can change your life. Here’s how…
First understand that Magick is a way to “engage” the power of your mind, spirit, soul, and subconscious. When you do it correctly, not only does it invoke the power of positive thinking in your mind… but it creates a subconscious drive to achieve what you want. Yes…there are mystical forces at work in the universe that can help the spell get the result you want… but even more powerful is what happens inside of you.
To do this…to cast a successful spell requires just 5 things. That’s it. 5. If you “get these right” there’s no end to what you can accomplish with Magic.
Spells meant to influence someone else can be even harder to judge, since we might not be privy to all changes in the subject’s behavior. It is even possible that we might see only behavior that seems opposite of what we wanted, and so we would assume failure of a spell that actually had been a success. For example: I knew a woman who had a love spell put on her by a man that she hated. She hated every moment she spent with him, but when they were apart she couldn’t seem to get him off her mind, and always was willing and anxious to see him again. She eventually figured out that he’d put a spell on her, and she took steps to remove the magic. After that, she didn’t speak to him anymore. The man might well have assumed that his spell didn’t work, since all he would have observed was a woman who could barely stand him and who ultimately severed all contact with him. He wouldn’t have known just how well his magic worked.