I'm evita new here, just did s spell with the honey, cinnamon, circle and both our names but it's with a woman!! And it's in my wallet, did it yesterday!! HOW AFFECTED WILL IT BE?? Help a witch that really don't know how to use what she has out
By: Lark Moderator / Knowledgeable Sep 16, 2017
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How effective it will be depends on a number of different factors.
1. The first and most important is how much you have studied and practiced magic before you tried to cast this spell. If you just grabbed a spell of this site, said a few words, and written down your names on a piece of paper it is highly unlikely that the spell will work at all. Magic is much more complex than that.
2. The second thing which may impact the spell is you. If you are stressed, or sick, or distracted, or unable to focus clearly on the goal of the spell it is again likely that the spell will fail.
3. And the third thing to remember is that there is never a 100% guarantee that any spell will work for anyone all of the time. Sometimes the energies of the Universe just don't line up with your accord.
So the answer to your question is that there is no way anyone can tell you for certain how effective your particular spell might be.
Now, all that said, I need to remind you that typing in all capital letters as you did in your post is against the rules of this website. Please do keep that in mind in the future so you don't find your account blocked. If you haven't seen them, you can read the site rules at http://www.spellsofmagic.com/chat_rules.html
Predicting the success of something like this usually depends on a few factors that you would need to consider for yourself.
First, is the goal of the working itself. Was the (I am assuming) honey jar put together to inspire a friendship, or to repair a damaged friendship? Was the working to improve a friendship and maybe expand it into something more? Or is this a person who you haven't yet become friends yet but want to inspire an intimate relationship from the get-go? the intent and circumstances of the working have an effect. The larger the change you are trying to make, the longer it may take for the process to occur. And each scenario has its own factors to consider as well.
For example if you were wanting to just sweeten a friendship that turned a bit rocky because of a passing incident, it would likely be a simple matter and a small nudge to get you two talking again to work things out, as there is already a relationship base to work from.
Meanwhile on the other end of the extremity of change, if you were wanting to pursue a romantic relationship with another person who you are only lightly acquainted, there are several potential hurdles that might affect the outcome. For example whether their gender orientation is compatible , whether they already have favorable (or non) thoughts towards you, if they are already in a relationship, if the last relationship was positive or negative, and how well you do at being aware of opportunities to be active in the pursuit of the relationship.
My best advice is to think about the situation step by step and deconstruct it. Think about the natural complexity of your intent, what you know of yourself and the other person, and how well circumstances are likely to mesh naturally. Then compare that natural potential with the potential you are hoping to create. the larger the changes or influences would need to be, the more energy and effort might need to be put into your goal, and/or the more likely the outcome would be milder or less effective than you hope.
It is difficult for others outside of the situation to be able to properly predict the outcome for you. Unless the individual is highly intuitive it is difficult to be able to connect with all the little factors and nuances of any given situation that can have an effect. So usually you are better off to reflect on the situation yourself and consider if you might need to expand your efforts in some way, or whether or not such efforts are worthwhile when compared to other possible options or paths to follow.