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The best spell to use?
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Post # 1
I am needing something close to a banishing spell, however it's impossible to banish this person from my life completely. I also don't want to harm the person just make them stop affecting my life in such a negative way. Any suggestions for me?
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Re: The best spell to use?
By: / Beginner
Post # 2

The only way for a person to affect your life negatively is if you let that person, "banishing" your problems away isn't resolving them.

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Re: The best spell to use?
By: / Beginner
Post # 3

Some times the best opproach is the mundane one. You should tell them how you feel and how their actions are negatively impacting your life. They may not take it well but at least then they know how you feel. If possible it is best to unbearden oneself.

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Re: The best spell to use?
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Post # 4
Thank you nim I agree unfortunately I have attempted many conversations on the issues at hand and nothing has changed. As I stated before this person is not someone I can just remove from my life as I have to see them on a daily basis.
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Re: The best spell to use?
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Post # 5

I know the feeling as there are some peope are are part of your life's foundations and cannot be simply removed. The fact they ignore you or brush off what you say is discouraging. i won't say that magick cannot help you, but I don't think it would be as successful as the "old fashioned" approach though that seems not to work in your case. Considering this is very personal I might look into crafting my own spell as that will allow you to pour your true feelings and emotions into ti..

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Re: The best spell to use?
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Post # 6
Get yourself a tupperware container or an ice cube tray, write the name of the villian on a scrap of paper. If you don't feel comfortable with the concept of calling someone out directly with magic (threefold law and all that), write what they've done to you that merits a banishment. After you're finished your scriblings, stick the paper in the container/ice tray. Fill with water, chuck it in the back of your freezer. You can say something that gives you a sense of closure (I personally like "Chill Out"), or you an skip this step and move on to our final step, closing your freezer.

Feel free to add herbal components if you like. To stop gossip, I add viburnum root. For a hardy banishing, I use a home made hot foot powder that I'd be happy to send you the recipe for.

After its frozen, wait for the spell to take effect. When you're ready and you'd like to dispose of the components, throw the ice block in the river, or leave in the toilet to melt, then flush your worries away.

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Re: The best spell to use?
By: / Beginner
Post # 7
Also another mundane method would be to talk to a trusted third party such as a friend, teacher, parent/other family member. Express your worries and make it clear that the person's behavior is making life hard. My best advice x hope it helps )o(
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