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Hi I would like to know the best spell for moving into a new house in the county and out of the state I am in now because I would like to move to the country and a new start to start a new chapter of my life but I don’t know what spell I should use for that. please help me. Thanks
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What exactly do you want to accomplish with this working?

Do you want to find success in your search, or do you want to just *poof* appear in front of your new home?

Do you want to find a buyer for your current house, to help facilitate the finances? Do you need succes in finding a new job?

What exactly are your expectations?
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A little bit of both because I want it to happen in the future and but j just want to get the house now so I was looking and I saw a wish spell would that work
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Re: House
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Alright, here's a bit of perspective:

A spell will not just make something happen automatically. You won't end the last word, and suddenly be in front of the house.

What magic can do is help open doors, figuratively, to help you in the direction you wish to go. You can do workings to sell a home (the Saint Joseph statue ritual is supposed to be effective, and there are other means as well), as well as to find the right home to buy. A working can be done to help find the best job for you, and you can always petition any guides, angels, deities, demons, or other entities you work with, to assist in any endeavor.

Again, however, I must say that these things do not just make everything fall into place. You must take steps, make the effort, to have these things.

Additionally, things might pan out differently than you intend. I can give an example from my own life below, but I have already said the gist of what I mean.

The example:

I had been wanting to 'start over' in my life, in the sense of getting on the right track. I was unhappy in my job, but having no luck with applying for jobs I thought were better. I was dissatisfied in my relationship, but I was determined to make it work. I started petitioning the Universe for better. I did some 'new beginnings' types of workings, as well as some intentions to find my path in life.

What happened? In a month's time, my life fell to pieces. Every prospect where I was fell apart. The last bit of tolerance for my job was spent, my [then] significant other dumped me out of the blue, and nothing I tried to do for the next month I had to move out, worked out at all. But one thing opened up wide for me: A family member invited me to live in their spare room, and said that the job market there was getting better. So I quit my job, packed what I could in my car, and I drove to a different state.

I still had to apply for jobs. I did not want to stay in the same career path; but I knew I might have to, if nothing else worked out. I was working temp jobs, mostly unskilled labor. Several wanted to hire me, but the hours or pay weren't there. I considered another job path, which has been a hobby, but every door there closed. Finally, an opportunity presented itself.

A year later, I'm paying down debts built up from trying to live on what meager savings I had until I found advantageous employment. But I'm actually paying it down, albeit gradually. I am closer to family than I have been for years. I am out of the former career path, and I am debating whether I should stay where I am, or apply in other fields where I am more interested. But income is finally positive. I should be moving into an actual house, in stead of an apartment, in the next year or so.

It just took almost hitting rock bottom to get here. I have chronic depression, which is sometimes severe. I don't think it's ever been worse. My situational anxiety shot through the roof. I saw no actual positive end, until the phone rang that day with a job offer.

It took a lot of work -- a lot.

Sometimes things just don't work the way you might expect.
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