You don't need a spell, you already have psychological walls set up. As for happiness, you don't need romantic love to attain it. Focus on other things in life - what is a hobby that makes you happy? Might you find comfort in the spirituality you study or practice? Do you cherish your friends? Things like that.
there are plenty spells out there for attracting true love/your soulmate but remember you have to lose the negativity that you feel first or the spell won't work. I would suggest you also find a spell to learn to love yourself as this will clear the way for other spells to work
Re: No more love
By: Nekoshema / Novice Nov 14, 2012
Post # 5
sorry to hear that. might i suggest a honey jar spell? you're not casting over someone, more asking for someone you were already destined to meet to enter your life sooner. of course, you need to put effort in as well. cast the spell, then go out to a club/bar with friends, join a gym, join a club, go out to events, talk to new people, stuff like that.
that being said, 'true love' isn't always 'romantic love' i know of people who are best friends who love each other. it's a strong connection and caring for another person, it's not exclusive to romance. in terms of a spell to stop loving, not 100% if one exists [while i've come across a few, i'm still rather unconvinced they'll work] i wouldn't cast one because in the long run it would be a bad idea. think about if you cast a spell that makes you never fall in love again. this means if you found an animal in a shelter or the side of the road, you wouldn't grow to love it, you might just pass it by like nothing. you couldn't really make new friends because you wouldn't care for them. if you were to have kids, you'd never love them, like them perhaps, but not love. and maybe it would effect those you already care about, like parents, grandparents, and close friends. this is all hypothetical, but like i said, there's more than one type of love, if you try to cut love out of your life, it'll be pretty hollow.
to quote my favourite show of all time [explaining the quote 'tis better to of loved and lost'] "Well, he's acknowledging that if something makes you feel good, like being in love, there must be a corresponding painful side, like losing at love. It's just a fact of life. And what's intriguing about it is that no-one calls Tennyson a big unhappiness freak just because he understands that. He's a realist. He says that emotional involvement can bring pleasure AND extraordinary pain. Then he declares that it's still better than never feeling anything at all."
I'd advise not to do that! As you don't know what's around the corner. Just focus upon yourself, forget love for now, learn to love & respect yourself. once you love yourself,then love can come to you. Shutting yourself off, won't help you! I'm sorry you feel this way :( *Hugs* Blessed be!
Thanks for the responses! I appreciate all of your comments. I still want to give this no love thing a try. I see people who don't love being the ones to not get hurt. I have been so hurt I just can't take any more pain. I am still open to trying a spell of this kind, if you know one. Thank you and much respect to everyone's opinion!
Re: No more love
By: Arckhebohn / Novice Nov 15, 2012
Post # 8
I know how you feels it's the same for me as well. I wished hundreds of times not to fall in love but it just happens whether you like it or not. It's hard and painful but I woudn't suggest to use spell against it. I tried it once and fell in a trap where I didn't talk to anybody so at least I didn't feel the love about a certain person. But I regret it and I would never use it again. You need to hang on to others and seek their help so you can get it through somewher then. That is my experience.
The truth is, there is no painless option when it comes to dealing with people. Relationships, when done right, yield support, friendship, respect and love, at the expense of unlimited personal freedom - to say nothing of the arguments and compromises. Being alone gives you the free time to pursue your own interests and hobbies, but it is far from painless. Man was not meant to walk this earth alone, and doing so for too long breeds a jaded certainty about people and their motivations that drives away new friendships and love interests. It's a sad, lonely life, especially without the solace of friends to bolster you when you encounter misfortune.
There is, fortunately, a third option. Do not prioritize NOT finding love any more than you would prioritize finding it. Whether you live by the desire or total abstinence from it, it still controls your life. Pick up a new hobby or re-invest in old friendships. Take your free time to be introspective and take stock of who you are and what's important to you.