Is it moral to cast nonspecific love spells? I cast the energy love spell on the site and thought the basic concept behind it was to attract people with specific traits. It was the first non dream spell I cast and it felt like energy was moving from the candle through my arms and to my amulet like a bar code. I'd like to know if spells like that is moral, or could have negative effects. I don't know if it qualifys as manipulation of will or black magick. I'm just tired of being single and have a crush on no one in particular and thought this would at least help me get strung up on someone, even if they don't like me back.
It's whatever you believe and feels right, to be honest with you. If you see there is no problem in what you do, as long as you're willing to take responsibility for the results of your magick (positive or negative), then just, you know, go for it. There are no strict rules to what confirms what is 'good' and what is 'bad', it is merely one's perspective. Does that help?
Re: Nonspecific love spells By: Nekoshema / Novice
Post # 6 Dec 01, 2014
Being in a relationship isn't the be al and end all. I never had a boyfriend in high school. Enjoy it. [But I understand how it feels when everyone else has someone]
A spell to attract love, not a specific person, is fine in my opinion. You are asking the universe to bring someone into your life you probably would of met but a few years down the road. No free will is being effected, you might get the urge to go into a bookstore one day and you bump into someone, the two of you get to talking and exchange numbers. That's normally how these types of spells work.