Learn Magic Spells
So, you want to learn magic spells, but don't know how to do it? There are a couple of options that you can choose from. The first is to buy a magic books. There are lots of books on beginning magic spells. No, the magic spells aren't going to make you fly through the air or become the object of every man's desire (but really, who wants that many men fawning over them and getting jealous?) But, the magic spells that are found in spell books can help you better yourself. There are all different kinds of magic spells. For example, there are money spells, protective spells, traveling spells, good health spells etc. The list is endless. What you're really doing when you're casting a spell is sending out vibes to the universe. In essence, you're saying, "Please help me achieve this goal."
So where can you find these books? Anywhere. You can buy spell books at Amazon, Barnes and Noble or download for free from torrent or sites like darkbooks.org. If you wan't get it from online, find a offline bookstore close to you. And then there are always the witch stores you know, the ones that have incense pouring out of them when you walk by. The books are widely available and not that expensive. And there are as many different spell books as there are magic spells. So before you buy one, you have to decide what you want to do with it.
Another option for learning magic spells is to find a coven near you. You might think you're the only person interested in Wicca, but odds are there's at least one other person in your area that's either interested or practicing. Learning from someone else is much easier than learning from a book.
Covens have vast amounts of knowledge. And a coven doesn't mean thirteen witches. Well, traditionally it does, but in today's society, a coven is how a group of Wiccans is referred to, whether they're lead by a High Priestess or not. So really, you only need one or two other people who know what they're doing to help you start out.
Still with me? The other thing that you need to do is become familiar with different herbs and crystals (and stones). They play a big part in most magic spells. For instance, Lapis Lazuli helps your second sight. Tigers Eye is a protective stone. Don't worry if you're not drawn to both herbs and crystals. If one resonates more with you, that's ok. Personally, I'm drawn to crystals much more than herbs. You don't have to memorize every detail about all the herbs and crystals that you'll be using simply because you can always buy books that list their characteristics. But it is good to be familiar with at least some of them. The more familiar you are, the easier spell casting will be. And, you can create your own magic spells or personalize ones that you found in books to fit your needs more specifically. And then you have to practice. Practice, practice, practice. You'll never be good at spellcasting without it. But remember, no matter if you buy a book, or books, about spell casting, or find someone close to you who is a practicing Wiccan. The first rule is this: do no harm. Whatever you send out to the universe comes back to you by three. Send out good vibes, and you'll receive good vibes. Send out bad ones, and you'll get even worse back.
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