Every time I cast a spell I get really dizzy and feel like I'm going to faint. For example, I did a speed up time spell earlier, I drew an hourglass on my left palm and immediately after,I was overcame with dizziness. Then the hourglass faded soon after, not because I washed my hands or sweaty palms. Is this normal?
Re: Dizziness after spells By: Lark Moderator / Knowledgeable Oct 27, 2013
Post # 2
In all probability the dizziness is caused because you have not properly grounded and centered before and after doing the spellwork. That means that all the energy in the spell is being taken from your own personal energy. This will often result in becoming dizzy and lightheaded, getting headaches, or other unpleasant side effects.
Re: Dizziness after spells By: AnaisStar Dec 13, 2013
Post # 8
I learned this the hard way. Definitely ground your self after doing a spell, especially a one that requires a lot of energy work.
Great ways to ground yourself:
*Go sit outside on the ground (literally ground yourself), and place your hands on the earth
*Eat something salty and drink lots of water
*Take a sea salt bath, just add Epsom salts to your bath and relax
Re: Dizziness after spells By: Na.Gealai Jun 30, 2018
Post # 10
What if I became extremely dizzy after CGS through meditation? Granted I haven't done it in months, but nothing was wrong with me before doing so. I was actually sent home early from work because my face was getting super red after moving even slightly. (Not a good thing when you work in sales )