Not harm someone, but more or less make someone do something against their own will. Like casting a love spell or fall out of love spell for instance. Not anything pain inflicting or that would cause misfortune on someone.
Ok first you cant force a person to do anything. You can trick them into feeling love for you but it isn't real. So these so called love spells really arnt all there cracked up to be. You live a false love and there are always consequences for the things you do. Good and bad. You just might not always realize it. Although I think the three fold principle is a bunch of crap the concept is true to the point. The theory that for every action ring a bell? And in response to a previous statement just because you don't believe in or acknowledge something doesn't mean it does not exist or affect you.
Well obviously its not true love, you say tricking, how is that different from making someone do something. You put them under a love spell, there for you are in a way making them do something against their will. Just my opinion, I guess not everyone has to think the same way though. Could you be abit more specific on what exactly you meant by the whole consequences of spells like these. Since you were saying you don't believe in karma yet you do believe that things will come back to you.
1. To put a love spell on someone you are placeing the thought or idea into the persons mind. They make the choice of wether or not they will follow it. You are not forcing them to love you. Normally you are influencing the feelings that are already their. So therefore you can't force. Better to think of it in the concept of the Jedi mind trick. You plant the suggestion. Also the same concept as hypnosis.
2. I never said I didn't believe in karma. I said I don't believe in the exaggerated idea of the three fold law. In other words whatever you do will come back to you three fold or much greater or worse then you gave. There are always consequences to what you do. For example and this is done only to show the concept. You put a love spell on Christine and the two of you hit it off.
Ah, thanks, that almost seems like more of an influential spell rather than a love spell. I guess my idea of what a love spell is and what it actually is was abit off. Are you positive spells can't be used against someones will?