Greetings once again, dear readers. I do hope my post finds you well in these rather tumultuous times.
it'd seem that love magic's a popular topic these days, as more and more are turning to sorcerers such as myself to get work done, or are taking up the wand and pen and doing it themselves. I think that is great, as its an important step towards fulfilling the needs detailed in Maslow's Heirarchy of Needs. That said, its a path that can be, in many ways, very tricky to navigate, even if you have been doing magical work for many years.
While morality may not be a concern for the operator, it is indeed a concern for many of the spirits whose duty it is to watch over and maintain balance in the world we live in. That, in many ways, is a topic that could easily warrant several posts of its own, and I may need to undertake such a thing here shortly. That being the case, it bears mentioning here. Simply put, we all know that there are plenty of spirits out there who really don't give a hoot about human conceptions of morality, but working with them does have its own perks and drawbacks as well. If a spirit doesn't care about human morality, it probably isn't going to be interested in bringing you a loved one that you'll have a permanent relationship with. In fact, if you've made such a pact, chances are that it'll feed off of your lust, need, and want of a target, allow you to attract such a target, and then contribute to the relationship's catastrophic end. This tends to be the case, in particular, with those that might be called "demonic", as those energies I mentioned are all rather yummy to dine on.
This is why conventional magical wisdom says that if you want to attract someone for sex, do just that, and if you want to attract someone to love you, be sure to do that too. Don't confuse the two, as love and lust are two distinctly different animals, and certainly don't try to combine the two in your working. If love's there, lust tends to follow, as that's the way humans work. If lust is there, sometimes the love'll follow...in today's politico-religious climate, that tends to be less likely. Make a point to figure out which one you're feeling, and if you're not sure, ask a professional to divine....it really is worth it.
Once you've got that sorted out, you can proceed accordingly, and avoid getting too confused. There's nothing wrong with either of them either, and don't let someone tell you otherwise. If its lust, that's simple to attend, provided you're attractive and there's chemistry. Evoke your favorite spirit for that goal, and tell him/her you want to knock boots with [name]. If its love, well, now that's the tricky part, and its an instance wherein you had better pick the right tool for the job. You also need to know if your interest actually has any love for you. If its there, that's great - it may be hidden, but usually its something that can be uncovered and excited. If there's no love there, well, you can try for lust, but that's not a smart idea, as you're setting yourself up for failure.
If, by chance, your target does have some love for you, then you're best off working with spirits like Kurukulla (Red Tara), Khadiravani (Green Tara), Ganesh, Shiva (as Shiva, not as Bhairava or something), Venus, Aphrodite, Ishtar, etc. etc. ad nauseam. Be aware, however, that these Gods/Goddesses do actually give a damn about human morality in the love department, as they're also concerned with ensuring that things don't get too out of hand down here. That means that they do, very literally, affect who we love and how we love them. There are many types of love, and not all of it is romantic, so bear that in mind as well. If you don't know WHO you want to be in love with, describe, to your chosen spirit, in detail what it is that you love in someone you're interested in, and They will, if its your time, do what needs to be done.
With that, I'll bring this long-winded post to a close. I do hope that this is helpful to you readers.
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