I want to start making my own spells, I feel that ones people write themselves tend to work better and are more likely to work than ones they get from other people.
But how do you go about writing a spell? For example, if I wanted to make a spell to banish demons and negative energy away how would I know if I should add something like sage to it, or if all I need is a pentacle and a chant? Or does it not matter as long as the intention is the same? And what if I'm not necessarily a good writer? Like I really suck at things like poetry, so how would I know my words were truly affective? Or what element would work for each spell etc.?
these are two of the over 600 forum posts on how to write your own spells. If they are of no help to you, I would suggest an internet search for 'spell writing 101' which brings up over a million results
Re: Making your own spells? By: Lark Moderator / Knowledgeable
Post # 3 Nov 15, 2013
I know that many here write their own spells which is wonderful. But I also know that many of you are just starting out and may have no experience in how to create a spell for a specific purpose you might have. I found some great websites that I think you'll find helpful in learning how to create spells for your own specific purpose that are likely to work for you.
Some of these are very Wiccan or Pagan in viewpoint so if that doesn't work for you we can talk about how you could change the spell to fit your spiritual viewpoint.