Are you sick of always having to rely on spells written by other people?

Often it can take hours of searching for a spell that's exactly what you're looking for and if you're in a rush, you'll very likely end up with something that's not quite right. Maybe it has ingredients that are hard to get, tools you've never used before, or the wording feels stilted and unnatural to you. Sure, you can adjust the spell to suit your needs but that's tricky at the best of times.

If any of this sounds like you, then you're in the right place. It's time you learned to write your own spells.

The difference between writing your own spells and using spells found in books or on blogs is like the difference between using a recipe from a cookbook and coming up with your own recipes. If you’re not experienced enough in the kitchen, it can be difficult to know how flavors will combine, what you really like in a recipe, and whether the techniques and chemistry behind what you’re doing will actually create the results you hoped for. With experience, however, most home cooks begin to create their own recipes without even thinking about it. It’s just a natural extension of learning what you like and feeling more confident with your skills in the kitchen. The same is true of witchcraft. Writing your own spells can feel like becoming a beginner again. Suddenly the training wheels are off and it’s very easy to make mistakes that can lead to spell failure or unexpected outcomes, but the benefits for those who persevere are huge. 

The first and most obvious benefit is complete personalization. You’re able to craft spells that match your talents, needs, and personal quirks exactly so that spellcasting is smooth and seamless and your results, over time, become better and better. If you don’t like working with a particular herb, you never have to even think about it because nobody is telling you to add it to your spells. Don’t like using sigils? Have a thing for using candles in every spell? You’re in the driver’s seat, so you get to build the spell from the ground up to exactly suit your needs.

The next benefit is that it allows you to work within the realm of what’s comfortable for you. One of the drawbacks of using other people’s spells is that they may call for materials, ingredients, and tools that you have no connection to, and that can really throw a wrench in your spellwork. While I’m all for expanding your repertoire as a witch, you don’t necessarily want to do a lot of experimenting in every spell. Sometimes, you want predictable results! When you write the spell yourself, you can prioritize the materials, methods, and ingredients that you know work well for you.

If you're ready to take your witchcraft to the next level and really start seeing the results you want from your magic, it's time to take off the training wheels and start writing your own spells.

With this course you get:

>> A step-by-step guide to help you write your first spell from start to finish

>> A deep dive into the power of words and how to use them in your spell crafting

>> The secrets to crafting a perfect intention and weeding out the blocks that might be standing in the way of your spell

>> An in-depth guide to troubleshooting your spellwork and so much more...

Course curriculum

  • 1

    Welcome

    • Introduction

    • Benefits Of Writing Your Own Spells

  • 2

    Beginning Your Spell

    • Setting Your Intention

    • The Building Blocks of Your Spell

    • Play To Your Strengths & Be Open To Experimentation

  • 3

    Choosing Your Words

    • The Power Of Words

    • Ways To Write Your Intention

    • Words To End Your Spell

    • Choosing The Right Words

    • Finding Blocks

    • Crafting Your Intention

  • 4

    Finishing Your Spell

    • Assembling Your Spell

    • A Daily Money Jar Spell

    • Outcomes

    • Why Not All Of Your Magic Works & How To Fix It

    • Final Words