Writing Your Own Spells

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    💎Figure out the goal or intent of the working. What is it you wish to accomplish? Are you looking for prosperity? Hoping to get a better job? Trying to bring love into your life? What is the specific aim of the spell? Whatever it may be, make sure you’re clear on what it is you want – “I will get that promotion at work!”

    💎Determine what material components you’ll need to achieve the goal. Will the working require herbs, candles, stones, oils, incense, flowers, colors, etc? Perhaps a combination. Try to think outside the box when you’re composing a spell – remember that magick relies heavily on symbolism. There’s nothing wrong with using unusual ingredients in a working.

    💎Decide if timing is important. In some traditions, moon phase is crucial, while in others it’s not significant. Generally, positive magick, or workings that draw things to you, is performed during the waxing moon. Negative or destructive magick is done during the waning phase. It may be that you feel a certain day of the week is best for the working, or even a certain hour of the day.

    💎Don’t feel obligated to drown yourself in the details, though. If you’re a person who feels confident doing magick on the fly without worrying about timing, then go for it. Personally, I like to make things as intricate as possible due to the mass amounts of energy created from all the work I’ve put into a spell. Though, sometimes less is more!

    💎Figure out what wording or incantation – if any – will be verbalized during the working. Are you going to chant something formal and powerful, calling upon the gods for assistance? Will you simply mutter a poetic couplet under your breath? Or is it the sort of working where you can simply ponder the Universe in silence? Maybe you want to write it instead of speak it? Maybe you want to use an older language? The list goes on. What’s important is that you do what feels right.
    Put all of the above together into a workable form and begin your spellwork!


    💎Despite this being a very bare-bones and simple way of looking at spell construction, it does work effectively. You may wish to keep a magickal journal or make notes in your Book of Shadows during the spell construction phase, and then keep track of results as they begin to manifest.

    💎If a working hasn’t begun to manifest within a few weeks – some traditions say within 28 days, a lunar month – you may want to stop and revisit the working. Figure out what variables may need to be changed.

    💎The Universe has a quirky sense of humor, so make sure anything you cast a spell for is worded correctly. In other words, be careful what you wish for, because you just might get it! If you cast a spell for a promotion, you need to make sure that the best friend that you work with isn’t going to get fired in order for you to get that promotion. If you ask for luck, make sure you aren’t going to get bad luck in return. I can’t stress this enough. If you need more examples feel free to ask me.

    💎Remember that magick is a tool and a skill set, but some common sense should prevail as well. You can cast all day to get yourself a job, but your chances of success are greatly reduced if you haven’t pounded the pavement and sent out copies of your resume.

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