I need a spell that will grant wishes. Not impossible ones! Just ones that are possible but unlikely. (Example [not my wish] : I wish to get the newest MacBook computer for Christmas this year). That is not my wish. It's just a random example. Anyway, any spells like that? I would prefer if NO CANDLES are involved! It also can be reused at least 3 times(the spell) before it stops working. Thank you for your help! Please respond soon!!!
Re: Powerful wish spell? By: VeroAura Nov 04, 2014
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Spells written by you tend to work the best. For example, think about what you really want. Try to write a spell about said topic. It's not a requirement, but it will be a lot easier if it rhymes. What I do when I cast a spell is meditate a bit first, use my wand to cast a circle, then recite the spell 3 times, then close the circle. Message me if you need any help.
Re: Powerful wish spell? By: Wretched Nov 05, 2014
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All spells are essentially wishes. They are our attempt to manifest our desires into realty. A spell will look different from others depending on the wish. Spells also tend to work better if you are their creator not to say that spells written by others will not work. And remember sometimes a more temporal approach to a wish or problem can be more effective then a magickal one. It all depends. Good Luck.:D
I would use a candle for this, but that's just me.
Meditate, charge energy, focus on your goal. When you feel you've charged enough energy and can visualize you getting the MacBook [parent hands you a present, you open it and it's a MacBook] say a chant. Make it up yourself, but something like:
I have been good all year
[Your deity] know I am sincere
please reward me with one great gift
a new MacBook is my wish.
I would do this every night starting from the New moon to full moon, giving an offering on the full moon. After you're done, work towards the goal. Tell your parents you only want the MacBook, save money, do extra chores, bring enough positive energy your way.
Keep in mind you don't want to be greedy, and you shouldn't ask for a MacBook one month, an iPhone the next, an iPod after that. Think about what you ask for, in terms of cost, and then think if you really deserve it. If you feel you do, then try wishing for it, but be prepared to prove your worth for such a gift.