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Casting of spells
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I often read that it's important to keep giving positive vibes and feelings during spells and that our mental state determine if we succeed in the spell or not.
Example: love binding or reuniting two lovers.
I do believe in the spell, I do believe in the love, and I do believe there is a way of succeeding.
Still during some spells or afterwards I break down and cry. Not cause I don't believe or not have faith, but cause of that pain of missing the one you love.
I hope someone understands what I mean (English is not my main language)

Is it OK to cry and still succeed in the end?
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This thread has been moved to Other Spells Discussion from General Info.
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-Gives very much hugs- I know how you feel there :'(
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Thank you Wolfqueen. Hugs
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just my opinion crying during the spell especially if your thinking about the one you love adds so much more energy to the spell , hopefully your spell turns out as intended

blessings ,owl

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Thank you Owl, I appreciate your feedback and thoughts.
I'm such a sensitive person so not crying is sometimes inevitable to me.
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Spells are alive, you give it what it needs to survive. Like donating blood, you are weakened by the process but eventually your body reproduces the amount lost.
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Thank you Xalos, I find what you shared interesting about a spell being alive.
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