If you have Spells before, then you may have had times where a Spell may not have worked, or not worked the way you wanted it or expected it to. This can be frustrating, and you may wonder where you have gone wrong. There are several different reasons why a Spell may not work and some of the factors that will determine the success or failure of a Spell are as follows:
- The experience of the Spellcaster
- Use of the right Spell
- Selecting the right strength for your Spell
- Ingredients and tools used
- The energy raised by the Spellcaster
- The will of the universe
- Positive Thinking!
The experience of the Spellcaster
To make a Spell successful, it is necessary that the person who is casting the Spell should have some experience in Spellcasting. Regardless if you are casting the Spell yourself or requesting it be cast on your behalf, a lack of training and experience can not only prevent your Spell from working, but in some cases, can even cause the opposite effect. There is a common misconception among new Spellcasters that even without any knowledge and practice on occult and Spellcasting, they will be able to perform the Spells successfully, but this is a wrong assumption. Spellcasting is a skill, developed through years of training and practice, failures and successes. Always make sure your Spellcaster is experienced, and isn't using YOUR Spell to practice!
Use of the right Spell
You need to understand that if you want to cast a Spell then you have to make sure that you are using the correct Spell. Do not expect a Spell to do everything. If you choose a wrong Spell (or ask too many things of the right one) it will not work no matter what you do. When it comes to Spellcasting, you should know that while you may find some Spells to work extremely well, others may find a different Spell works better for their needs. Sometimes is takes a combination of Spells to get the desired result. There is no hard and fast rule that if a person finds a Spell to be perfect for their situation, others will also find it to be the same. This is why several different Spells are available that appear to do the same thing - if you read the descriptions carefully, you will spot the differences.
Selecting the right strength for your Spell
As with most things in life, stronger is usually better. A stronger Spell has a better chance of overall success, in addition to being more tailored to your needs as the Caster will have more time to adapt the Spell specifically for your requirements.
Ingredients and tools used
The ingredients and tools that are used for the purpose of casting a Spell are also of utmost importance. Even one ingredient missing or one improper tool that is essential for the purpose of casting the Spell can lead to the failure of your Spell. Your Spellcaster will need to have all the proper Spells, incantations, oils, colored candles, herbs, and much more. A properly stocked altar can easily run in the tens of thousands of dollars in exotic materials.
The energy raised by the Spellcaster
The success of the Spell will also depend on the energy that the practitioner has raised. If it is not sufficient then the chances of the success of your Spell will be less. Thus, it is important for you to make sure that you select a Spellcaster that is able to create enough energy at the time of performing your Spells. This takes time and preparation - be wary of "Spellcasters" who say they can perform your Spell "immediately". I am not saying that they are not good, but I cannot help but wonder if a Spell cast without preparation has a chance at success.
The will of the universe
There are many people who wonder how long it will take for a Spell to work after it has been performed. The answer is that this is for the universe to decide. The Spells can take a few days or they may take a few months. This will depend on the will of the universe. Sometimes, the universe may not make your wish come true even though you have performed the Spell rightly.
This is the most important thing of all - Negativity Kills Spells! Be positive, and good things will happen...
Now that you know and understand what can make a Spell fail, you know what to do and what to avoid with your next Spell Request!