Spells, What are They?

What are Spells? How do you use them and do they really work? Is it like the Abacadrabra you see in movies? Or not? And when not, how do you use them correctly?

Explanations about Spells from Dictionaries and Encyclopedias.

Brittanica: Spell, words uttered in a set formula with magical intent. The correct recitation, often with accompanying gestures, is considered to unleash supernatural…

Wikipedia: An incantation, a spell, a charm, an enchantment or a bewitchery, is a magical formula intended to trigger a magical effect on a person or objects.

The formula can be spoken, sung or chanted. An incantation can also be performed during ceremonial rituals or prayers.

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So, what is a Spell for me? First of all, I do believe that everything is energy. Thus, so are spells. And, what is better than casting a spell out loud? How to make spells come true?

In my opinion, it is best, before casting the spell, to write it down and read it several times. Feel the energy.

Equally important for you (and me) is feeling the rhythm of the spell. Does it fit you? Do you want to change some words, a whole sentence maybe?

For example, I won’t use words like threefold or 3x three. This is a way for Wiccans to end spells often. I am not a Wiccan. A way I like to end my spells is “ABRACADABRA”. I create as I speak.

Words, coupled with intention makes a spell very powerful. While everyone now and then says something as “Fu*** You” or “I ha** you”, for most his will not count as a spell.

On the contrary. Although, in my opinion, it is. These words often are said with the power of envy, jealousy, anger etc. And these powerful, dark, energies will make it at least a kind of spell.

In addition to this, you probably heard of the phrase “Be Careful What You Wish For“, although no explanation about this phrase, mentions a spell or spells, for me words have power. Are powerful.

Under those circumstances, the more energy (power) you give the words, the more they will come true. So does that mean I never said anything I shouldn’t have given any power? As much as I wish this, it isn’t

On the contrary. Unlike my belief now, I did not believe this in my youth. I wasn’t aware of the power of words. Because I wasn’t taught. By all means, I am now.

Hence, in the Netherlands, we have a saying “Schelden doet geen zeer, slaan veel meer”. Meaning loosely that words have no impact but beating has. Consequently, I had no idea…

Notwithstanding, I learned the opposite over the years.
When I was young I wished, over and over again, for certain pretty lame and stupid things.

Every night I wished for it with a lot of energy in my words. And I go my wishes. Stupid wishes fulfilled.

So that didn’t work out well. Although, at that time I didn’t see it as something I asked for myself. It for sure was!

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