The 5 Rules You Must Know Before Using Pagan Spells

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This world has not always been kind to witches, but women across the country are taking back their right to witchcraft and they aren’t afraid to show it. In 1990, one study identified 8,000 Wiccans in America, but today there are at least 1.5 million of us practicing our craft.

Wicca rose to popularity in the 1950s but has its roots in much older practices. Wiccans find faith in the natural world and use pagan spells to create peace and harmony.

If you’re curious about Wicca and wish to begin casting your own pagan spells, it’s important that you understand the rules of Wicca, first. Otherwise, you may unleash forces that you aren’t prepared for and, as a new Wiccan, won’t be able to halt.

Read on for the 5 rules of pagan spell casting! Naturally, we will begin with the Wiccan Rede.

1. Hold the Wiccan Rede Close to Your Heart

No matter where you are in your practice, you must never forget the Wiccan Rede. You’ll often hear variations of the Wiccan Rede, but ultimately it translates to, “Do as you will as long as you cause harm to no one.”

This may seem like a tall order. How do you avoid harming others at all times, especially when it is perfectly human to make mistakes?

Ultimately, the point of the Wiccan Rede is to remind you not to act our cast pagan spells out of malice. Folklore may teach us that witches cast evil or harmful spells on a regular basis, but this is not the reality.

Wiccans do not put negativity into the world on purpose at any time.

The Wiccan Rede is also meant to remind you that you must take responsibility for your own actions. If you do cause harm unintentionally, you must own up to this and do what you can to right your wrongs.

If you’re uncertain of your intentions or the possible outcomes of a spell you wish to cast, call a Wiccan psychic. Oftentimes, it is in our best interest to turn to our more experienced and wise sisters for guidance.

2. Respect Free Will

As you progress in your practice, you may find the desire to cast spells on behalf of others. However, you should not do so unless you have been asked by or have received permission from the person whom the spell is for.

Taking responsibility for your own actions begins before the action has been taken.

Do not consider yourself in the right if you cast a spell on someone else’s behalf only to come clean after the spell has taken effect.

Keep your lines of communication open. Before the spell is cast, make sure that you and this person desire the same things and understand what the implications of your spells are. Only when you and this person are on the same page is it okay for you to proceed.

3. Do Not Cast Pagan Spells with the Intention of Changing Others

Perhaps you have encountered behavior in someone else that you wish was different. Know that it is not your place to cast a spell to change this behavior, and that person must find it in themselves to make a change.

What if you have their permission? What if your intentions are positive?

The answer is still no. Any experienced witch will tell you that spells don’t always produce the results you expect. When trying to use magic to change someone’s behavior, you don’t know what else you may be altering in order to achieve those goals and who may end up hurt.

That being said, you can realize your desire for someone to understand the impact they have on you through your spells.

For example, rather than asking that a toxic person stops lashing out, you might ask that they seek understanding within themselves and find the strength to heal. You may also ask that they find a way to heal without your presence in their lives and allow you to move on.

4. Require Others to Respect Your Privacy

It’s important that you keep your spellwork to yourself. This may seem counterintuitive to what we’ve discussed about taking responsibility and keeping your lines of communication open. However, there is a way to accomplish these things without giving away the details of your spellwork.

Don’t brag about the potency of your spells to others. This may cause jealousy or even the desire to take advantage of your abilities.

Don’t share your spellwork with people you don’t trust. If the wrong people catch wind of your intentions, they may try to interfere with their own foully intentioned spells.

If you need help with a spell or seek another witch whose intentions are aligned with your own, you will do well to stay within your own coven.

Finally, if someone has asked you to cast a spell on their behalf, reveal only the necessary details. In addition, ask them to respect your privacy and the bond you have created with them in performing this spell. Discretion is key for everyone involved.

5. Stay In Tune with Yourself

From time to time, you may encounter spiritual blocks in your mind, energy, or the energy around you.

Not only can these unwanted blockages prevent you from casting spells with a clear mind and heart but it can also attract more negative energies your way.

For mild blockages, perform cleanses on your own. This should restore balance and free you of any weight or disturbance.

If you’re not sure that you can tackle a cleanse on your own, clear your mind and look within to see if you can get some hint of where the blockage is coming from.

Once you have a sense of who or what it is, call the psychic selection hotline and get paired with the psychic who can help you free yourself. You’ll be back to casting pagan spells in no time!

Positivity is Key

Each and every time you approach your pagan spells, you should do so with positivity in your mind and heart.

If there is ever a time that you find negativity in your practice, stop and recenter yourself before you proceed. Never forget the Wiccan Rede!

And as always, never be afraid to reach out and ask for help or guidance. Take a look at our available phone psychics and remember that help is always available to you, as long as you’re willing to ask for it!

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