Spells to sever ties

Miss Woo

Im in a very similar situation, relating to someone who has been a friend of the family for 20 years.
I've never before even contemplated doing a 'working' that would tamper with another person's free will.
BUT I was finally forced to recognize that having this person around poses a significant risk for my family, due to the individual's utter loss of control, recklessness, and zero accountability -- of course all related to utter denial of a substance abuse dependency.

The reason that I'm even discussing the back story, is because dealing with someone who is "sick", but refuses to change or help themselves, really forced me to reexamine my personal sense of Morality, Values, etc.

Having always before been a total "pacifist" about using the force of my intention against someone else's will, I eventually came to the conclusion that there are situations when an individual is morally justified in imposing their "will", or using it against another, if that other poses a threat/is a long-term challenge/turns into a plague (pestilence, leech, parasite, utter burden, etc.)

So I started looking around for this type of spell, and came to a few other realizations:

- A spell of this magnitude will require quite a bit of contemplation, concentration, preparation, time (basically, energy!) on my part.
- It is more meaningful for me, personally, to craft my own spell (rather than finding and repeating someone else's); since generally the more meaning a ritual holds for me, the stronger its effect
- I do, however, plan on incorporating certain symbolic elements from other people's spells (such as the use of Black candles, sending the person's name "away" in a helium balloon, burying their name in nature, etc.)
- I am very mindful of the Moon Phase / Astrological "climate" for carrying out such a ritual (For example, a Full or waning Moon, especially in Scorpio, would be an appropriate time).
- Due to my innate sense of tolerance, and ingrained value of "free will", I am strongly leaning towards including a "for the Highest Good" clause in the ritual, as a requirement that must be met, before the Spell can work. Something along the lines of stating an intention, that 'if my desire to banish Person X is NOT for the highest good, may the energy from this Working be "donated" instead to wherever in the Universe it is most needed."
- Similar clause, that if Person X ever regains control of their life & Substance Abuse, the Spell will be broken, and the banishing no longer in effect.

Sorry for the long post, but I've given the banishing issue much soul-searching and thought.
If anything, exploring my views and boundaries, in such a grey-area of morality, taught me some lessons about myself, and my role in family/community/the World.

Sorry I didn't reply to this sooner; I was on my phone and I wanted some time to think about my reply :)

I think this is an excellent suggestion (thinking things through) because that's something that doesn't come to me naturally. I can be very impatient, and I'm more likely to just banish the person from my life without a second thought.

I think I would be like this because that's what I'm like with accumulating stuff; I just chuck it out (and regret it later).

This is really good food for thought, thank you :)
 

Miss Woo

These are all great ideas, and the encouragement to deep personal choices and thought in the decision process is crucial and well mentioned.
Much more articulate than I felt - great to have knowledgeable mates isn't it?

Wishing you the very best
PW

Yes, they are all wonderful suggestions and I feel very blessed :heart:
 

Disa

The mirror spell I have done. I also am one to try not to mess with another's free will. However, I agree with Princess Palina's method. Excellent - I think you covered every base:)

So I started looking around for this type of spell, and came to a few other realizations:

- A spell of this magnitude will require quite a bit of contemplation, concentration, preparation, time (basically, energy!) on my part.
- It is more meaningful for me, personally, to craft my own spell (rather than finding and repeating someone else's); since generally the more meaning a ritual holds for me, the stronger its effect
- I do, however, plan on incorporating certain symbolic elements from other people's spells (such as the use of Black candles, sending the person's name "away" in a helium balloon, burying their name in nature, etc.)
- I am very mindful of the Moon Phase / Astrological "climate" for carrying out such a ritual (For example, a Full or waning Moon, especially in Scorpio, would be an appropriate time).
- Due to my innate sense of tolerance, and ingrained value of "free will", I am strongly leaning towards including a "for the Highest Good" clause in the ritual, as a requirement that must be met, before the Spell can work. Something along the lines of stating an intention, that 'if my desire to banish Person X is NOT for the highest good, may the energy from this Working be "donated" instead to wherever in the Universe it is most needed."
- Similar clause, that if Person X ever regains control of their life & Substance Abuse, the Spell will be broken, and the banishing no longer in effect.

Sorry for the long post, but I've given the banishing issue much soul-searching and thought.
If anything, exploring my views and boundaries, in such a grey-area of morality, taught me some lessons about myself, and my role in family/community/the World.

A very simple way to stop someone from harming you & yours is to write their name on a piece of paper put it in a baggie with water and keep it in the freezer. Stops them cold in their tracks. :thumbsup:

I've heard this, too. I'm sure it works-I'm just afraid of having the thing in my freezer and then the power goes out and it all melts and the energy escapes. So, I haven't done it.
 

Ace

I was going to suggest Magpie9's idea--also put a piece of paper in water in an ice cube tray, then freeze it.

Also: Envision this person. Envision them rolling up in cotton wool batting until you can't see them anymore. It may make them go away.

barb
 

Padma

Myself, similarly, I use a brick wall method. I see the person, and I begin laying and cementing bricks until I have filled the visual space where they were. If I think I may be able to let them in at a later point, I build a massive wood door mentally, and drape it in locks and chains. Then every time the thought of the person crosses my mind, I re-see the wall and the heavily chained door.
 

Milfoil

In the past, I once had some surprising success blocking out another person (we were in a mediumship circle together and he was intrusive) by creating a kind of sea anemone around me which kept his unwanted peeking at bay.

Sometimes finding a way to become invisible to the other party can work quite well too, like camouflage you don't cut yourself off, you just don't come into their mind after a while.

The situation will often indicate the most appropriate sort of action and examples from life and nature can give us the clues about how to evade, avoid and disengage entirely.

:)
 

Miss Woo

Thank you so much for all of these suggestions! :)

I think I'm going to draw a circle on a piece of paper, and write "me" inside the circle, and then write the people's names somewhere outside the circle, and then put it in the freezer :thumbsup:

I really feel like I need to 'draw a line'.

I will let you know how I go :)
 

Debra

A very simple way to stop someone from harming you & yours is to write their name on a piece of paper put it in a baggie with water and keep it in the freezer. Stops them cold in their tracks. :thumbsup:

Yes. Nicky taught me this a few months ago. YAY nicky!

I froze a paper slip with the person's name in a small jar of water, added a little hot sauce to keep her occupied. Worked pretty quickly (not immediately). Freezing her helped me stop fearing her. After about a month I poured the melted water under a tree and recycled the jar. She's still around. She can't touch me. I'm living happily ever after; what becomes of her, I don't care.
 

PrincessPaulina

Yes. Nicky taught me this a few months ago. YAY nicky!



I froze a paper slip with the person's name in a small jar of water, added a little hot sauce to keep her occupied. Worked pretty quickly (not immediately). Freezing her helped me stop fearing her. After about a month I poured the melted water under a tree and recycled the jar. She's still around. She can't touch me. I'm living happily ever after; what becomes of her, I don't care.


I'm curious about the technicalities: how do you go about the name on paper? Do you just tear a piece of notebook paper and write the name in pen?
Wouldn't the water eventually dissolve the paper/smear the name?