As the year 2016 comes to an end, here at the 7 Witches Coven we are all anticipating the fresh possibilities of the New Year. At this time of year, we often have many clients coming to us requesting year-end Karma Cleansings for the mistakes they made over the past year. Jean-Baptiste's Vodou Karma Eraser Spell is by far one of the most requested for end of year Cleansings, and with good reason. When we approach a New Year we all begin thinking of ways to learn from our past indiscretions and enter the New Year with better outcomes. At least these are the feelings expressed to us by a long-time client of our Coven, RightMyRegrets. We have been working with him for quite some time, to rid him of the negativity which has often plagued his life. Here is the message he sent us below.

Dear 7Witches Coven,
As you know you’ve been helping me overcome many obstacles this year. I’ve been battling inner demons and great amounts of negative energy. With your help, I’ve made so so much progress. Recently after Dr. Sylvestre's Vodou Karam Eraser Spell, I’ve really been feeling my negative Karma being sucked out of my life bit by bit. But over the past year while I was battling darkness, I also lashed out at a lot of people I love. I was always angry and on edge and the only people I could take it out on were those close to me. That’s how I picked up so much negative Karma. I was hoping you could give me some guidance on how I can go about making up with the people I have hurt.


After Spellwork, it is perfectly normal to seek ways to help Spellwork progress. It is important to begin to right wrong doings to fully restore Karmic Balance. The solution begins with mending broken relationships.

  • Analyze the situation:
    • Take some time to cool down and regain your composure. Often times we disguise our shame by acting aggressively, defensively or we make excuses for our behavior.
    • Try to make sense of what exactly happened without being bias; try and understand your feelings and the other person’s as well. Unlace your shoes and put your feet into the other person’s place.
  • Devise a plan:
    • The time has come to put your thoughts out into the world. You must start to transition to gain the forgiveness you seek. This can be a daunting task, yet it is necessary to create a plan.
    • Consider this a practice run for your actual conversation. Write down all the things you would like to express: emotions, outcomes and your actions to attain them.
  • Have a conversation:
    • It is important to reach out to the other person to begin laying the foundation to make amends.
    • Meeting face-to-face is always the best and most important, preferably somewhere safe and neutral to both of you. Being able to adjust yourself to another’s body language will make this process much easier.
    • If it is near impossible to have a chance to meet with them, try penning a letter, as it is more personal than an apology email.
    • Grant the other person space to share their account of the situation, their feelings and thoughts. Although you may think their reasons are unjustified, they are entitled to their own unique feelings.
  • Action:
    • Allow yourself to be vulnerable, share your regrets and sincerest apologies this will resonate well with the other person; however, they may ask you to put your actions and promises into motion. There is a difference between making amends and making apologies, actions speak louder than words.
  • Move on:
    • You must forgive yourself to be able to heal. In doing so, you are living in the present and focusing on the future. Leave the baggage behind, only take the lessons you have learned and apply it to future experiences.