To Break Bad Luck

This is a spell used to help end a streak of bad luck. With Mercury in retrograde, a lot of us are undoubtedly feeling the negative effects. Here is something I have done for myself and my family. I am hoping it will help you as well.
Items Needed:

  • Tools for casting your circle
  • A green candle, preferably a different shade than the one for North
  • Paper and Pen
  • A non-flammable dish
  • Myrrah incense
  • A small trowel

Step One: Cast your circle
Light your taper candle, and use it to light the green candle.
With a clear mind, write out each incident that has recently occurred in your streak of bad luck.
Fold the paper into as small a piece as you can while chanting:

I fold this worry,

I fold this pain.

I fold these words,

I fold these actions.

Hold the small paper over the green candle until the corner catches fire while chanting:

I burn this worry,

I burn this pain.

I burn these words,

I burn these actions.

Drop the paper onto the dish so that it may keep burning. Raise your arms upwards and say:

I call upon my Mother,

Watch over and protect what is mine.

I call upon my Mother,

Watch over me and protect me

From those who wish me ill.

Help me to banish this foul luck,

So that only happiness remains.

From your burning incense, tap some ash onto the pile of ashes from the paper. Imagine in your mind, the ashes of the Myrrah countering the negativity of the paper’s ashes.
Take the dish, along with the trowel, and bury the ashes in a small hole in your yard, under the waning moon.

Published by Morgan

I am a mom to three beautiful little girls and wife to an amazing man.

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