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Spells For Beginners

Witchcraft has become so popular and more accepted in the last decade or so, that there is a huge range of books and courses on offer where you can learn how to cast spells for beginners, carry out full moon spells and rituals plus a lot more. The craft is huge and far reaching and it takes a lifetime to learn all the exciting ways to work real magic spells, honor the Sabbats, make incense, brews and oil blends. It really is endless and there are many pagan groups that are open for new people to join.

If you are a beginner, do however look out for those offering free black magic spells, break up spells, black magic love spells, free revenge spells, real black magic, free voodoo spells, spells and curses or voodoo love spells. This seems quite a list of things to look out for, but there are some unscrupulous characters around.

Here is a ritual which will stand you in good stead as the basis for any spell.

Firstly decide what your goal is. What would you like the outcome of your spell to achieve? By starting with the end in mind, this helps us to have our consciousness in the goal instead of the obstacles, which is a very important start for weaving a successful spell. You can write this down or draw it. Some people make a vision board and cut out pictures from magazines and journals and include artistically written words to help them connect with the end goal. This is also good if drawing isn’t your strong point!

Once you have done this it is important to cleanse yourself and the atmosphere. You can make yourself a ritual bath with a drop each of rosemary, sandalwood, myrrh and frankincense essential oils. This clears the energies of the day away and sets the mind for focused work. Breath in the aromas as you concentrate on your ritual goal.

Preferably you should be alone in your house (or outside) or at least have a room to yourself where you know you won’t be disturbed. Once back in the ritual room, smolder some incense of 2 parts frankincense, 1 part Myrrh and 1/2 part cinnamon. Light some candles, ideally green for north, red for south, blue for west and yellow or white for east. Place these candles around you in a circle in the appropriate quarters and stand in the middle.

Now draw a circle with your hand outstretched three times around you, visualizing white light coming out of your hand. Some use a wand or athame (ritual knife) for this but for beginners, your hand is fine. With your circle of white light around you, you are now ready to start your spell. Sit in the middle of your circle and take your drawing or written goal. Recite out loud and keep it where you can see it. Visualize your goal manifest. You are being it, having it, it is yours. Now close the circle by ‘undrawing’ the circle, anticlockwise this time. Thank the quarters for their presence.

It is lovely to cast these works of magic for yourself. Free white magic spells are a gift to us all and are our birthright to perform. We each have the power within us. Remember to record your workings, as your book of shadows spells are always very helpful to look up for future times.

So, any spells for beginners can be started this way and will help you towards any future desires you may have.

Annabelle Wooldridge is an expert in How to Cast Spells. Annabelle will show you how to cast spells.

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