“I don’t understand. You know how to do spellwork, but you don’t do it every week?” Allison, a new acquaintance, asked.
“I get concerned. My rituals are lengthy, and I’m so tired recently,” Robert, my friend, replied.
I thought about this. At the time, I thought about how Robert was a perfectionist about his rituals. Then I thought about how aiming for excellence might be a good replacement for perfectionism.
Here are three insights.
- Focus on your intention.
In a previous blog post, I wrote: “Intention is the first thing to consider. If you are not sure about what you want to accomplish, then your spell will not work. Your intention is the whole point for doing the spell. What do you intend? What do you want to accomplish with your spell?”
Your intention is like the first rung on a ladder. You need to use it to start climbing to where you want to go.
However, sometimes you don’t have a ladder. This is when you need to use a substitution.
- Use a substitution.
A substitution is simply something that you put in place for something else. You could use a rope, instead of a ladder, to ascend to your goal.
Let’s say you have a spell that calls for red wine. But you either don’t have red wine, or you do not drink alcohol. You can use a red juice instead, like pomegranate juice.
Using a substitution works. You still get to where you want to go, and you achieve your goal.
- Invoke protection clauses.
Here are examples of protection clauses:
- “This or better.”
- “May it harm none.”
Protection clauses are crucial. Here is a classic example. Sandra does a money spell and asks for a large amount of money to arrive quickly. She fails to put in a protection clause, and her dear grandfather dies and lives her a large inheritance.
Jackson requests money in a spell and forgets to use a protection clause. Then, he’s in a terrible car accident and receives a large amount in a settlement.
Magick looks for the easiest way to accomplish your desire. It’s like water in that it flows downward in the easiest manner. The solution is to put in your protection clauses.
Be sure to put in protection clauses like: “May it harm none.”
May these insights support your path.
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