So, I'm not sure how to proceed, and even if I want to at all. Some back story. I have been divorced for quite some time and we have both moved one. Both in new relationship and are happy. However I have been holding on to some anger and past hurt and I don't know how to let it go. Our marriage was not good at all, hence the divorce. He was controlling and did some cheating and then I did some as well in the end. I ended up initiating the divorce and when he found out I was cheating, he drug my name through the dirt and told everyone how horrible I was and what a whore I am. You get the story. I lost so many people over this. I ended up this horrible person after I was put through years of abuse and being out down. Finding him talking to and meeting other women. I finally decide I have enough and I give him a taste of his own medicine and I'm horrible. So it goes. Good riddance. Recently, I brought this up to him because Im still angry over this. I asked him why he did this and he said because why not. I asked him if his current wife knew how horrible he was to me because he comes off like this great person now and he said of course not, and she can never know how he was with me.
So, yeah. I need advice. I want to get even with him in some way. I'm not even worried about it coming back on me since I feel it's time he gets what he deserves. However, we have a kid together. I worry about things affecting him. I can protect him, yes. But I don't want him to be hurt if his father gets hurt. But I feel it's time he gets something.
Holding on to this anger and hurt does not coincide with your statement that you have moved on and are happy.
You say you are in a much better place now, a relationship where you are treated properly as well.
I feel the best revenge here is to embrace and enjoy this new relationship and happier feeling.
Nevermind about him. Focus on building a better tomorrow for you and your child, and new mate.
That said if you are bent on doing something magically it isn't that simple. We've no idea how much experience you have or if you understand the basics of spell casting. We are unaware of if you have tried raising, directing, and grounding energy and if you have you are better off writing and using your own spell.
I suggest you look into separation workings, and what they entail, and truly try and move past this.
I would suggest doing a cord-cutting spell. My fav is the one where you use two candles and loop a cord between them and let them burn down. It's a good simple spell that is an easy way to help you cut ties. Also, doing spells that can help you emotionally are a good idea, maybe create a charm that you can carry with you to help ground/calm you and help you heal. Another idea is whenever you get angry or have any thoughts over your ex just vent in some way, either to a poppet or write it in a journal.