How to Write Magic Spells

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While many books and websites offer spells for personal use, some people wish to write their own. The spell itself should be as unique as you are. Magickal spells are created using your thoughts, emotions and energy. Writing and casting your own spell will provide the best results.

1 Decide you

Decide what you need the spell to accomplish for you. Do not just decide you want happiness; decide what would bring you that happiness. Be specific. Take notes of your thought process. This will enable you to become clear on the goal of the spell. Never write or cast a spell that interferes with another person's will.

2 Plan the correct moon phase and day

Plan the correct moon phase and day for your spell. Constructive magick is cast during the waxing phases of the moon, according to These spells would include drawing money or love. Deconstructive magick is cast during the waning phases of the moon. The days of the week also correspond with different kinds of spells. Cast on Sunday during the waxing moon for an attraction spell.

3 Research

Research specific colors and deities that correspond with the spell. Use the name of the deity Gaia in a spell to locate a lost item, according to The color that corresponds with the spell is used to write the final copy of the spell. Use the same color candle while casting.

4 Rhyme

Rhyme. Write down short lines. Reword and work in your desire by rhyming the lines. This enables you to push your energy into the spell as you cast. For example, a popular calming spell:

5 I am peaceful

I am peaceful, I am strong Though the dark may seem so long I am always safe from harm The Goddess holds me in her arms.

6 Write down your final copy

Write down your final copy of the spell on the parchment paper. Use the corresponding color of pen or pencil. This is the paper to read from during casting.

Claudia Sinclair is a short-story writer and essayist based in central New York. Her work also includes business-related handbooks and manuals, with a focus on criminal/business law. Sinclair earned Bachelor of Science degrees in business security management and accounting, both from SUNY Empire State College.