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question about spells
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All the spells on this website are written in english. I am swedish and don't speak english on a daily basis. When casting a spell should I say it in english or should I translate it to my own language for making it seem more natural to me?
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Definitely translate it to your language, its never good to cast a spell when you are uncomfortable and cannot understand the language or words.
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Re: question about spells
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From what I know, it isn't about the words that makes the spell successful but on how you vibrate it and how you focus your intention, and the energy towrads the task.. me, I am filipino but I use michael ford's barbaric tongue when I cast a spell.. and besides, it is not your conscious mind that works when you cast but your subconscious mind-that is why you can also cast a spell even without saying any words (from what I know and from what I've experienced).. and that is why spellcasting is not actually as easy as just saying the written words..
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translate definitely but u can also make up your own...that way you can say exactly what you mean.
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