I suppose it is possible to bring about some bad experiences on yourself when working a spell. The easiest example I can think of is say you done a spell for money, the money isn't going to drop out the sky, it's possible you could win on a scratcher or get given money as a gift but perhaps your grandmother dies and she leaves you money in her will.
You get your money but someone had to die. I'm not saying that that is going to happen but it's an example of how spells and workings can sometimes work but not the way we want them to.
By: IrisMoon / Beginner May 20, 2014
Post # 4
Generally, no. However, before ever doing a spell, you need to study about magick first. Its like baking bread. You need to know how to work the oven and why you use certain ingredients first....or you aren't gonna have tasty bread when you get done. Spells are the same way. You need to know why and how magick works, what and why you use the tools and ingredients in a spell, why the moon phase can matter, how to cast the circle, protect yourself with psychic shielding and etc. If you learn how to do all this and you don't play with black magick spells then you would be perfectly fine. But has something like the occurred to well-trained witches anyway? Yeah, I've seen it happen. Like once out of over 10 years - it's rare....but strange things happen. Should this keep you from studying and trying? No. Why? Because you can have something attach to you without ever casting a single spell or playing with magick in any way.