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SPELL TO FORGET BAD THING
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Hey guys,Some kids show my 4 year old brother a zombie movie and he is so scared and he thinks zombies and venoms in his side he scare a lot..Do you guys have a spell to forget about this things?!! Please i really worry about him.
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Re: SPELL TO FORGET BAD THING
By: / Knowledgeable
Post # 2

There's no way to make someone forget anything.

It would be much more productive to reassure him that none of that is real. That yes, the movies were scary, but they're just in the screen.

If you want to apply magic to the situation, try workings for calm, for peace, and banishing fear. In fact, kids work better with psychodrama than most adults do. If you choose to get him involved, do a quick banishing and cleansing, then get him to help you sprinkle salt on the window sills and thresholds. Tell them it will keep the fears away.


He'll have some bad dreams, but remind him they're just memories of the movies, and not real. Just dreams. His mind is processing what he saw, and it will be OK.

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Re: SPELL TO FORGET BAD THING
By: Moderator / Adept
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A dream catcher hung above the bed or in a bedroom may help to stop the bad dreams. There are also other ways to influence dreams with candle magic and adream pillow that is filled with herbs can also be of help.

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Re: SPELL TO FORGET BAD THING
By: / Beginner
Post # 4
Have you tried simply talking to him, correcting the misinformation and setting his mind at ease about the likelihood of such things?

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Re: SPELL TO FORGET BAD THING
By: / Novice
Post # 5
There isn't a spell to make someone forget [shadow work can help, but I wouldn't do it in this case] Instead, as the above responses said, talk to him, make him feel calm, assure him you, your parents, grandparents, pets, whoever else will keep him safe from those monsters. Magickally you can hang a dreamcatcher or other protection in his room. Perhaps you could make a protection for him to keep, or go with a simple placebo and tell him something protects you from zombies/venom. He's 4, so I'll assume he has a teddy bear or comfort item [blanket, doll, toy] he keeps with him. Tell your brother the item is magick and will protect him if any monsters come near. You could even give him a little chant to say before bed using the item's name [Teddy I will hold you tight. Teddy will help me through the night] it will work as a protection since you are channelling magick for that specific purpose, but more importantly, your brother will believe he's safe, and it will calm him down.
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Re: SPELL TO FORGET BAD THING
By: / Novice
Post # 6

While he is very young, you could try to show him the other side of movie making. There are dozens of makeup artist videos as well as behind the scene videos of special effects. Maybe showing him and explaining the process might help him understand it is make-believe and just a lot of creativity with makeup and latex masks.

I went through something similar with my son when he was younger. We watched some cool videos of behind the scenes and he even wanted to try putting makeup on to look like a monster, which he enjoyed a lot. Hes much older now but if children have an expansive imagination, they will still be scared. My son even stated "I know its not real but I can't help thinking about it and getting scared". Just keep reassuring him he is safe.

Good luck

~Kaurora

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