For hundreds of years, pagans and witches have used spell casting as a means of changing their lives and expressing their spirituality. Learning to cast spells is an artful meditation, a valuable way to get in touch with your true desires, gain personal insight, and magnetize the wealth of positivity that flows through the Earth and the spiritual plane.
Everyone has the ability to channel this energy and use it in pursuit of their goals and desires. While this energy is extremely powerful, you need not be an experienced mage to conjure positivity through spiritual practice. You can cast effective spells using even the simplest tools, because the power comes from within yourself.
Spell casting isn't the same as making a wish; it is planting the seeds of intention so that your desires may grow and flourish. Pagan tradition has long recognized that intuition, psychic energy, and motivation are elements of the mind that can be combined harmoniously and channeled together to achieve various goals. The spells listed in this book can be altered to suit your specific needs and desires, and it is always best to go with your intuition - go with what "feels" most true to you. Spells do not work if you yourself do not believe what you're saying or doing, so make it meaningful.
It is my pleasure to share my knowledge I've obtained through years of studying and practicing the craft. My spiritual journey is always evolving, and I cherish the ability to help others along with their journeys as well. The more you practice, the more in tune you will be with your own unique connection with the cosmic flow of energy that is the very pulse of Life. Use your creativity, keep an open mind, and the path toward whatever you are seeking will unfold before you, with new illuminations along the way.
Love and light to all!
Dayanara Blue Star
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