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Unread post by Astariell » Sat Apr 04, 2009 5:52 am

Wondering about adapting the Cast Off Evil rootwork.........I have read the Cast Off Evil page. It is suggested that the rootwork can be adapted for other situations. We are attempting to help someone with his sex addiction. Although he won't admit and doesn't know we found out --- he does want a full and loving relationship.He had shown that he is worthy of help meaning he is a good person.... He might come around to admission etc with our rootwork. This is not for retaliation but to help him and to find the best sex exclusively with the woman he is falling in love with.

We have started love and sexual rootwork and it is working wonderfully using LM products. In the Cast Off Evil spell, it suggests alcohol in the bottle. Since he doesn't have a problem with that and doesn't even drink,besides using 3 theives vinegar is there anything say sympathetic to his particular problem that we should add? Add say a condom in bottle? Maybe a written description? Please LM Practioners what do you think? Any other suggestions as to this situation? While waiting on order, is there something we can start now? I have a black candle and good herb collection?

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Re: Cast Off Evil for Sex Addiction

Unread post by Miss Bri » Sat Apr 04, 2009 6:35 am

Hi Astariell,

Ok, so my spiel on addictions( I am assuming he is really addicted and not just a horn dog) is as follows: it is always great to use magic as one prong in a multi-pronged attack against addiction, however it is very seldom effective as the only form of attach. Addictions are physiological as well as emotional, spiritual and mental, so if you are backing up your real time intervention of confronting him with the problem and getting him to agree that he needs to help himself by going to see the appropriate health worker professional with magic, then bravo. But, if you are hoping that magic is going to solve this one, I would strongly encourage you to incorporate it but do not make it your sole avenue of action.

With that said, I think that putting semen or a used condom or even some pubic hairs in the bottle would be good. I high recommend the herb Ladies Thumb: http://herb-magic.com/knot-weed.html
You may also want to look at some of the work done for tying a man's nature. I don't think that this would be appropriate for your situation, but it might give you some ideas of directions to take it in, you can find it on this page:
http://www.luckymojo.com/femaledomination.html

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Re: Cast Off Evil for Sex Addiction

Unread post by Astariell » Sat Apr 04, 2009 7:08 am

Hi Bri and thanks..

Its hard to say if he is just a horn dog really, but since he seems to be compelled to seek out and have this aspect of sex (finding couples behind his loved ones back--no offense to others here) we think perhaps both...Your right and we know how hard to help but worth a try. Truth can be stranger then fiction so one never knows.....Personally, I have had it with "fixing" people....I'd rather help those who want help.....But I suggested a time limit as usual .....plus since the other work seems to be helping and working will forge ahead with our plan......

I read Cat's suggestion on another post of domination as well. Might be an idea, like a bend over.So to speak!

Thanks!

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Re: Cast Off Evil for Sex Addiction

Unread post by Miss Bri » Sat Apr 04, 2009 2:31 pm

Astariell wrote:Hi Bri and thanks..

Its hard to say if he is just a horn dog really, but since he seems to be compelled to seek out and have this aspect of sex (finding couples behind his loved ones back--no offense to others here) we think perhaps both...Your right and we know how hard to help but worth a try. Truth can be stranger then fiction so one never knows.....Personally, I have had it with "fixing" people....I'd rather help those who want help.....But I suggested a time limit as usual .....plus since the other work seems to be helping and working will forge ahead with our plan......

I read Cat's suggestion on another post of domination as well. Might be an idea, like a bend over.So to speak!

Thanks!
You are welcome. The link I sent you for tying a man's nature is on the Domination page and you may find that entire page really helpful :-)

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Spells to Overcome Addictions Questions & Answers

Unread post by jewelzdevone » Wed May 13, 2009 7:40 pm

I have read on several posts the reccommendation that someone use Ladies Thumb to tie down an addiction or bad habbit. How would I do this? I have several bad habbits I'm about to do a "Cast Off Evil" spellkit for and would like to also use the Ladies Thumb idea because I like the concept of "tying down" something that has run free for a while. Can someone help me?

The ad for Knot Weed talks mostly of love work that can be done. But this isn't what I'm concerned about.... at least not yet.

Instinctually my need to constrict doesn't seem to be fitted well towards using it as incense or just as a sachet (as those both seem a bit obtuse and I'm looking for something binding here, right?), but maybe more sensible in this instance to use a poppet? Yes, this is a question.

Maybe even adding a bottle spell to the ritual would help and give me something to keep on my altar and/or be able to continue working with as these habbits start creeping back. I guess I'm looking for something other than candles that can help me keep the work going as I continue to work on these issues.

Any help you have is greatly appreciated.

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Re: "Tying down" and addiction...

Unread post by Lukianos » Wed May 13, 2009 8:19 pm

Hi jewelzdevone,
jewelzdevone wrote:I have read on several posts the reccommendation that someone use Ladies Thumb to tie down an addiction or bad habbit. How would I do this? I have several bad habbits I'm about to do a "Cast Off Evil" spellkit for and would like to also use the Ladies Thumb idea because I like the concept of "tying down" something that has run free for a while. Can someone help me?
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Maybe even adding a bottle spell to the ritual would help and give me something to keep on my altar and/or be able to continue working with as these habbits start creeping back. I guess I'm looking for something other than candles that can help me keep the work going as I continue to work on these issues.
This page may be helpful for ideas for utilizing Cast Off Evil Products in work against addictions:

http://www.luckymojo.com/castoffevil.html

--Note the use of a bottle spell in conjunction with burning candles.

That said, knot grass may be used to dress candles, or used as an ingredient in a bottle spell or mojo bag.
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Re: Cast Off Evil for Sex Addiction

Unread post by theusurper » Mon Aug 17, 2009 4:52 pm

can anyone tell me where i find the link of cast off evil?

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Re: Cast Off Evil for Sex Addiction

Unread post by Lukianos » Tue Aug 18, 2009 6:17 pm

Hi theusurper,
theusurper wrote:can anyone tell me where i find the link of cast off evil?
Link to Cast Off Evil products here:
http://www.luckymojo.com/products-cast-off-evil.html

Link to background and usage of Cast Off Evil here:
http://www.luckymojo.com/castoffevil.html
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Re: Cast Off Evil for Sex Addiction

Unread post by jwmcclin » Tue Aug 18, 2009 7:31 pm

A lot of men have a sexual addition to porn...I recently learned about two situations where spouses and sons were addicted to porn...would it be helpful to incorporate the cast off evil spell for these situations? I read in HHRM about several herbs that removes addictions...I cant seem to name it right now...
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Blocking pornographic influence

Unread post by sassafrassblonde » Fri Mar 26, 2010 8:59 am

I need help in finding a way to block pornographic influence. I know cleansing the home is the natural first step, and I have Ms. Cat's book, so I can refer to it if need be. My best friend's husband is apparently getting hooked on deviant type porn, and she came to me crying about a way to stop it. (personally, I feel he is lacking in basic integrity) but I will do whatever I can to help her. She is willing to try anything I can come up with.
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Re: Blocking pornographic influence

Unread post by J Simulcik » Fri Mar 26, 2010 9:02 am

Look into Cast Off Evil products. The best suggestion is probably the spell kit that also comes with Chinese Wash: http://www.luckymojo.com/spell-cast-off-evil.html
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Re: Blocking pornographic influence

Unread post by charminmuse » Fri Mar 26, 2010 9:15 am

on issues with integrity I usually have people to use a white skull candle and pray that the person bring judgement upon themselves, that way the change is an internal process, and they stop the bad behavior without nagging or ultimatem....good luck with everything!

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Re: Blocking pornographic influence

Unread post by Miss Bri » Fri Mar 26, 2010 9:46 am

I like J's response of Cast off Evil, and the white skull candle is good too-use it with clarity and KS wisdom oil. If he has an addiction to porn you may need to do a variant on the spell for alcoholism listed on the Cast off Evil spell page.
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Re: Blocking pornographic influence

Unread post by NotDorianGray » Fri Mar 26, 2010 9:48 am

What exactly is 'deviant type porn'?

I'd work a communication angle in addition to everything else suggested. Getting the guy to open up is going to be the best way to deal with things.

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Re: Blocking pornographic influence

Unread post by Devi Spring » Fri Mar 26, 2010 10:42 am

What exactly is 'deviant type porn'?
I was just going to ask the same thing.
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Re: Blocking pornographic influence

Unread post by sassafrassblonde » Fri Mar 26, 2010 11:02 am

She is comfortable with her sexuality.

The problem seems to be the TYPE of porn. He still treats her like gold. Not a problem there.

He does not watch it while she is in the house, but he is now finding the time at lunch to come home to watch and watching even before work in the morning.

And yes, she has also started counseling, which I suggested.

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Unread post by NotDorianGray » Fri Mar 26, 2010 12:35 pm

He needs counseling. You can make him quit looking at the porn, but that won't help save their relationship. You need to work some peaceful home to create an environment where he feels comfortable enough to discuss this with his wife. You need to work to foster an open communication. You may want to work a skull candle to force this guy to tell the truth.

You also need to be prepared for the best solution to be the break up of this relationship.

Best of luck on this, it sounds like it's going to be very, very difficult to deal with for everyone involved.

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Re: Blocking pornographic influence

Unread post by sassafrassblonde » Fri Mar 26, 2010 12:52 pm

We know all of this already. I appreciate everyone's replies and will make a list to get started.

Her first concern is in saving the marriage, if she can, which is why SHE went to counseling first. We've been online, we've looked at groups, we've discussed her options. Her FIRST priority is to get the awful oppressive feeling out of the house. I will tell her about the skull candles to at least get him to talking to her. The changes have only been since around January, as far as I can tell from her ramblings.

She's been my best friend since high school, (25 yrs) and I've never seen this way before, freaked out, so I can imagine what it's doing to her.

In a couple of weeks, he is going with a group to ride the Blue Ridge Parkway on motorcycles...so I will get the stuff from LM to help her 'clean' the house. :(
Thanks again everyone.

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Re: Blocking pornographic influence

Unread post by ConjureMan Ali » Fri Mar 26, 2010 2:04 pm

First not *all* men look at porn, but since his wife is open to the idea of exploring their sexuality through erotica, then that isn't the issue. The issue is thee parts (not in any particular order):

1. He's going through psychological identity issues that require exploration, introspection, and more importantly therapy.

2. He is developing an addiction to pornography if he is using before work and lunch time to indulge in it.

3. She is uncomfortable with the content of what he is looking at along with the frequency of it AND the behavior he is exhibiting.

All three of these are going to put a strain on the marriage and it's going to take addressing each of them to help her reach where she wants to be at, in my opinion. You'll want a reading to help further illuminate the situation and needs what needs to be done, but here is what I would recommend.

1. To address his psychological identity issues, he needs to seek out theraphy. He can go with his wife, but it's important for him to work with a therapist. Work healing conjure on this angle. I would work a skull candle with Healing, Clarity, and Wisdom of King Solomon to help him during this time.

2. Whether he continues to watch the content that he does depends upon what he discovers from his therapy. However, she can work to break the addiction he is developing so that he spends less time on porn and more time on understanding himself and developing a relationship with his wife. Work a Cast off Evil conjure. This can be the one on the LM page or a skull candle. But add elements of Clarity to help him see what his addiction is doing to him and her.

3. She needs to work on herself to help her understand what her husband is going through and what she wants out of this relationship. He may walk a different path from his marriage after therapy and she needs to be ready to accept that. Until then she can work with Crucible of Courage to help her have the courage to face the difficulties head on. She needs to work with Road Opening work aimed at communication to help the couple talk to one another and express their feelings. It will go a long way to ease her if she can tell her husband how she feels and if he can start discussing what he's thinking with her.

She can try to force him to change his behavior to help bring more ease to her, but for now it may be best to work on finding out *what* is going on and how to address it. Get him help, help him find insight, break his addiction, and help rebuild the lines of communication and understanding is the way to go with this.

Hope this helps.
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Re: Blocking pornographic influence

Unread post by sassafrassblonde » Fri Mar 26, 2010 2:18 pm

Thank you, Conjureman. This is beautifully articulated. Since she was blindsided, and cannot discuss it with anyone but me, (and her husband, soon, hopefully). I'm the only one of the two of us who is removed enough to look for help. We will try all you've suggested, and yes, sadly, she thinks it may be the end of her 4 yr marriage, but she also wants him to be a whole, happy person.
We also figured that the porn was a symptom, but it would help if it were not such a daily issue.

Thank you.

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Re: Blocking pornographic influence

Unread post by burzel » Sun Mar 28, 2010 9:01 am

i hope everything works out for her, this is a subject i know only too well, for the first 12 years of my marraige my husband preferred porn to sleeping with me, and it led to a lot of lies and deceit on his part, and a lot of pain on my part. i'm not prude or anything, and spent many years feeling i wasn't attractive enough or exciting enough for him, after numerous confrontations and arguments (mostly about him lying to me, it's something that really ticks me off) i resorted to magick.

i wrote him a letter explaining that i can't take the pain anymore, if he can't deal with his obession and stop lying to me about so many stupid things (not just the porn) i would leave him. he said i was an egoist and a nosy b***ch, only thinking of myself.... so i bound him to me and left him. i prayed that he would feel the pain i had lived with for so many years, prayed that he would be forced to face what he made me face.

i knew he loved me more than anything else, and his "ways" are something i still have to cope with, but after 5 months of being alone without me, after i agreed to come back, he hardly looks at any more porn. he knows i don't have anything against porn, but if it replaces me then i see it as a problem.

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Re: Blocking pornographic influence

Unread post by catherineyronwode » Sun Mar 28, 2010 10:16 am

NotDorianGray and jujugiggles want to know what the querent meant by the term "deviant type porn."

Answer: "deviant porn" is off topic here. The question was about "blocking pornographic influence." Nobody here is equipped to deal with clinical psychology or psychotherapy. I have edited several posts in this thread to remove well-meaning but uncredentialled attempts to practice medicine without a license. Good advice is good advice, and that has been left.

Remember also, that young people read this forum; some of them far too young to be invited to participate in a thread discussing pornography.

Sassy defined the issue as an addiction to porn, so let's address that issue.

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Spell-Casting to Help Gambling Addiction

Unread post by olukumi » Wed Apr 07, 2010 1:26 pm

A friend of mine is very lucky gambling, she always wins but at the same time has a problem. She is addicted and will continue playing until she loses all. Is there a spell to stop gambling addiction. Thanks

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Re: gambling addiction

Unread post by Flamethrower » Wed Apr 07, 2010 2:26 pm

http://www.luckymojo.com/castoffevil.html

I copied this from Cat's page, too.
"I am often asked how to best use magic spells and magical hoodoo or conjure oils to cure or help an alcoholic or drug addict. This is always a difficult issue. Magic alone often cannot help a person with severe alcohol or drug dependencies. In order to effect a change, the work must go to changing them at their very core, not just to a little part of them, like making a boss give you a raise or getting a man to stay home more. So when trying to help an addict of any kind (and that includes tobacco as well as alcohol and other drugs), i recommend a three-part work: (1) get them in a program, (2) get them in church, (3) do your spell casting and prayer work on them. Even two out of the three has a better chance of success than any one alone.

The program should be one that is suited to their temperament, whether that be a secular rehab center or a religiously oriented self-help group like Alcoholics Anonymous.

The work you do should be long-term and ongoing. Change will not happen in a day.
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I won't post it, but there is a link on the Gambler's Anonymous site for Getting Help for Friends and Family.

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Re: gambling addiction

Unread post by catherineyronwode » Wed Apr 07, 2010 7:44 pm

If you are a Catholic, or work with Catholic Folk Saints, you may benefit from petitioning Venerable Matt Talbot, who helps with probalems of addiction. Read about him on this AIRR web page:

http://readersandrootworkers.org/index. ... att_Talbot

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Prayers for problems with money

Unread post by soaringhawk71 » Tue Aug 10, 2010 5:23 pm

Hi all! I just needed some prayers or something to help me in my situation as the spells I am casting are not working. I have never gambled before, but on a lark went to a casino. I had so much fun I kept going back. This weekend I blew over $2000, money I had set aside for my new car. I kept thinking "I'll win it all back." I swore I would never go back, but I am chomping at the bit right now to use my last $20 to win some money. I feel wretched and now I know what an addict must feel like. I have to get a loan, but my credit is bad. My mother is co-signing, but I had to lie to get her to do it by telling her the money I had saved aside went towards my next block of classes in college. Now I feel doubly wretched. Can someone pray for me to help ease the money woes? If I had used that money wisely, I could have paid bills and still had some left over. Quite frankly I feel like a single cell organism, unworthy of even that much. :oops:

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Re: Prayers for problems with money

Unread post by Devi Spring » Tue Aug 10, 2010 5:25 pm

You can contact the Missionary Independant Spiritual Church and have lights set for you.
http://www.missionary-independent.org/
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Unread post by Mama Micki » Tue Aug 10, 2010 6:20 pm

Take a hyssop bath to cleanse yourself while reading Psalm 51, then light a white candle dressed with Cast Off Evil to prevent further inappropriate behavior. After that, do some money-drawing work using a green candle dressed in Money-Drawing or Wealthy Way.
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Re: gambling addiction

Unread post by mimiso » Wed Sep 29, 2010 8:35 pm

Does LM candle services have a light to petition matt talbot? I couldn't find it.

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Spell-Casting to Help a Friend Who is a Shop-Lifter Thief

Unread post by quest4knowledge » Sun Jan 02, 2011 5:13 pm

Hello,

I was in your shop a couple of days ago and bought some spell kits for my friend to help him out with his court case as well as a candle for myself.

Long story short, he has a habit of stealing when he's out with me. I've told him that I don't like this and that it will come back to him if he keeps it up. He didn't listen and did it again. Today we got into an huge argument and now he wants to draw up a contract where when he gets his case settlement, he now only pays me back 1/3 of the settlement instead of the original agreement which was HALF.

I'm fuming over this because I've been helping him out financially for over FIVE years when his family wouldn't.

I'm wondering if:

1. Will my anger affect the court case spell that I'm casting for him?

2. Will my anger affect the healing candle I'm casting for myself?

3. How can I get him to keep his word to pay me half of his award as originally agreed?

4. I rather just go my way after he pays me back but if he wants to stay friends, how can I get him to stop stealing, especially when I'm with him?

Thanks in advance,

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Re: Spell-Casting to Help a Friend Who is a Shop-Lifter Thief

Unread post by catherineyronwode » Sun Jan 02, 2011 8:33 pm

1. Yes. You cannot expect to do effective work if your mind is even partially angry at him.

2. No.

3. You can use Compelling products See

http://luckymojo.com/products-compelling.html

But, personally, i would not even bother with it, for reasons explained below.

4. See 3 -- but, seriously, the person is seriously troubled and you should move away now.

He may be a kleptomaniac -- a mentally ill compulsive thief.

He may be a sociopath -- someone who breaks social rules for his own narcissistic self-pleasure without regard to the consequences to others and with no remorse.

He may be a professional criminal -- a person who steals for gain, to keep the items, to give them away as gifts, or to resell them.

The cure rate on kleptomaniacs and sociopaths is very low even with intervention and professional psychological help, including medication.

The cure rate on professional thieves is a bit higher, especially after they do a stretch in jail plus therapy and/or religious conversion, and receive some job training.

In neither case are you medically or psychologically qualified to treat or cure this person.

I predict that this thief will eventually steal from you as well as from others. You are not safe around such a messed up so-called friend. Protect yourself. Please, for your own sake, break with this person now. Do a Cut and Clear.

I predict that this thief will go down, down down -- falling into a deeper form of mental illness, getting caught, being jailed, getting shot, or worse.

Don't hold hands with someone who is jumping off life's bridge like that. You will only get hurt.
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My long-distance boyfriend has a real problem

Unread post by Badgerwoman » Thu Nov 03, 2011 7:43 am

Okay.

Long story short; we've been together for over a year. We've had far too many ups and downs, but we're still hanging in there. And I think I've finally discovered why he hates himself so much.
(I've been working on that, trying to help his self-esteem, since the beginning of the relationship.)

He's addicted to pornography and has been since he was VERY young. I only found out because I was looking at his Amazon wish list yesterday and found some books on it about trying to get better.
I confronted him about it; I may not have gone into this the best way, but I was moving on instinct. He was upset, I was upset, but I wasn't upset because of the disease, I was upset that I found out
about it through his Amazon wish list. I was upset that we had been through so much and been together as long as we have and he hadn't told me. After talking about it, I think he realizes that he's
not going to lose me because of this, but that there has to be communication and honesty.

He is in therapy, has spoken about it to his minister, and was already planning to start a 12 step program in January (right now he's going to classes on the nights the program meets, that changes next semester) and he is filled with self-loathing because of the addiction.

I don't have a problem with his problem. In other words, it's not a relationship-breaker for me. I want to do everything possible to help support him and help him in his walk away from it. I realize that it's an addiction, and
that addictions don't just disappear, that it's a lifelong battle. I come from a family with a history of addiction problems, so I know that there's not going to be an overnight solution.

My question is this; what can I do, magically, to help him? He's gone back into the LDS church, so I'm not sure if he's still as open as he once was to using powders, oils, and washes as he was when we first started
the relationship. He's still fine with my using magic, I'm just saying I don't know if I can get him to use the Cast-Off-Evil products himself. I'm thinking of tricking a bracelet or a stuffed animal to send to him to help,
but I would like some advice from some rootworkers who are more experienced than I am. Also, any recommendations of saints or other powers that I can call on to aid him in this would be much appreciated.

Thank you.

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Re: My long-distance boyfriend has a real problem

Unread post by Mama Micki » Thu Nov 03, 2011 8:12 am

Light a Cast Off Evil candle for him, or a white candle dressed with Cast Off Evil oil. Your idea of tricking a gift is a good one; Cast Off Evil powder would be less noticable than oil.
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Re: My long-distance boyfriend has a real problem

Unread post by Badgerwoman » Thu Nov 03, 2011 8:38 am

Thank you, Mama Micki.

I would also just like to add that he was already working on it himself, and that that means a lot, in my opinion. This isn't a case of me finding out, and him making promises in panic because he'd been found out.
This is a case of someone who was afraid to lose what he had, and so he hid the addiction while trying to work on it himself. And that means something, in my opinion.
I can't quite put it into words, but that point is important to me for some reason.

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Re: My long-distance boyfriend has a real problem

Unread post by MissMichaele » Thu Nov 03, 2011 2:51 pm

Badgerwoman wrote:Thank you, Mama Micki.

I would also just like to add that he was already working on it himself, and that that means a lot, in my opinion. ... I can't quite put it into words, but that point is important to me for some reason.
It's important to you because that is just about the best sign you could possibly have :D

You might want to add some Blessing candles to the Cast Off Evil, since he recognizes this as a spiritual issue that affects his relationship with God.

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Re: My long-distance boyfriend has a real problem

Unread post by Badgerwoman » Thu Nov 03, 2011 3:32 pm

Thank you, Miss Michaele!

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What Herbs to Use Along With Cast-Off Evil?

Unread post by Jinglepop » Fri Jun 01, 2012 8:46 pm

I've been doing alot of Cast-Off Evil work. I have the oil already and black candles. (I read on the LMC site that black candles can be used for freedom from evil in the candle magic section and it's been working pretty well so far.) The only two herbs I know of that can be used in Cast-Off evil spells are eucalyptus and knotweed.

Anyone know what other herbs are best used in casting-off addictions, obsessions and bad habits?

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Re: What Herbs to Use Along With Cast-Off Evil?

Unread post by Mary Bee » Sat Jun 02, 2012 3:43 am

Lots of the cleansing-type herbs can be used in the same way as Eucalyptus to "cleanse" yourself of the past and bad habits. Herbs such as Lemon, Lemon Balm, Lemon Verbena and Hyssop.

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Re: What Herbs to Use Along With Cast-Off Evil?

Unread post by aura » Sat Jun 02, 2012 3:48 am

Hi Jinglepop,

in addition to MaryBee's excellent advice, if you burn white helper lights for healing, goldenseal is an excellent herb to help with overall health and mental strength as is boneset for both its curing and preventative contributions as well as yarrow for courage and bravery. You can also look in the following list: http://www.luckymojo.com/hoodooataglance.html under the headings ''Drive Away / Keep Away''.

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Re: What Herbs to Use Along With Cast-Off Evil?

Unread post by Jinglepop » Fri Jun 08, 2012 8:49 am

Thanks friends!

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Re: What Herbs to Use Along With Cast-Off Evil?

Unread post by MissMichaele » Sat Jun 09, 2012 10:54 am

Cast Off Evil smells very strongly of Eucalyptus. I'd select cleansing and protective herbs that have a similar scent. Some folks do mix the lemony scents with the menthol-y ones; others think they clash (and that's the more traditional view, I hear).

So, if lemongrass and lemon verbena seem to clash with Cast Off Evil, try: Camphor, Pine, Basil, Bay Leaf. Also more neutral-smelling herbs* like Agrimony, Five Finger Grass, and -- why didn't I think of this first -- HYSSOP!

*I have to admit that I have not worked with these herbs in their fresh state -- only dried. Would love to hear from folks who have worked with the living plants.

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Re: What Herbs to Use Along With Cast-Off Evil?

Unread post by thatgirl » Sat Jun 09, 2012 2:27 pm

Lavender might also be a nice addition. I love lavender a lot and it's a good soothing herb, especially if the issue at hand is obsession. I also agree with the suggestion of hyssop. I'm one of those who likes lemon-y things too. Oh, and salt. :D

I work a lot with fresh stuff and I actually grow quite a few things like hyssop and lavender etc. When I'm working, I'm usually not much worried about the smell, depending. That's one of the things I love so much about miss cat's oils lol.

Also, there's much to be said for fervent prayer! At an early age, it was pretty much drilled into me that I *choose* to accept or reject whatever the condition may be. "You pray in the name of Jesus" was what I was told. Whether it was stress, worry, fear, sadness, letting go, or just needing to study well for an exam, that's what you do. And if that doesn't seem to help, hop in the shower! Of course, the shower isn't exactly "traditional" nor is it "living" water. But it is running water. So, in times of crisis you pray till you feel better, and you don't let go. There've been a couple of points in my life when I've been "Lord! I'm not getting out of here until..."

You might be a prune when you get out lol, but you stand under that water and pray like you mean it! You're literally refusing to accept whatever it is that's plaguing you. It's not on you, it's not in you, it's not around you. The lady at my church always said "That's just the devil. And you REJECT it!" I don't mean denial lol. I mean you're pushing those things out of your head and heart, giving them to The Most High, and accepting His love, His will, and His work in their place. (I remember the very first time I did that I was only about 9-10 and having problems at home. I was in the tub every night for heaven knows how long lol. And it worked on *every* area of my life!)

If it's an ongoing serious problem, it might be a good idea too to start and end your day with the Bible. Psalms and/or Proverbs are good. And, get one of those pocket NTs that have Psalms and Proverbs with them. Keep it with you. You can pray over it and bless it first if you'd like. But have it with you to turn to when you're out and about.

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Re: What Herbs to Use Along With Cast-Off Evil?

Unread post by aura » Sat Jun 09, 2012 4:19 pm

Amen thatgirl. That's some great advice.
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Re: What Herbs to Use Along With Cast-Off Evil?

Unread post by jwmcclin » Sat Jun 09, 2012 5:32 pm

Your interest in herbs could be quenched by considering the 13 herb spiritual bath ( http://herb-magic.com/13herb-bath-13.html ), I just love it. It includes a proprietary blend designed to remove Jinxes and end crossed conditions. You can see the mixture of herbs...
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Re: What Herbs to Use Along With Cast-Off Evil?

Unread post by Jinglepop » Sun Jun 10, 2012 5:05 am

Thanks ThatGirl for that bath idea. Very symbolic. Very good! I shall try that...

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I'm at my wits end with behavioral addiction

Unread post by sfaithj » Mon Jun 25, 2012 2:22 pm

I've been trying to overcome my behavioral addiction for 5 months now. I've tried just about everything: Emotional Freedom Technique, talk therapy, going to meetings, taking herbs for depression and anxiety and nothing seems to work. I've had this behavioral addiction for over 10 years.

I'm looking for Hoodoo spell advice (including advice on what spirits may help me) as well as "practical" advice.

As an aside, I don't feel comfortable petitioning Exu for help with my addiction.

Thanks for your help!

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Re: I'm at my wits end with behavioral addiction

Unread post by Miss Tammie Lee » Mon Jun 25, 2012 2:30 pm

Continue to seek and receive medical treatment and stay involved in support groups.

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Re: I'm at my wits end with behavioral addiction

Unread post by starsinthesky7 » Mon Jun 25, 2012 2:34 pm

Well, Im studying to be a therapist and I can tell you that 5 months is not a long time for an addiction of 10 years. So stick in there, and feel free to see if there are other places that offer the same services. Sometimes its the therapist, and if you dont feel like you have a strong rapport you can definitely go to someone else.

A spell kit to help you is the cast off evil spell kit.

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Re: I'm at my wits end with behavioral addiction

Unread post by catherineyronwode » Mon Jun 25, 2012 2:38 pm

Well, for starters, petitioning Exu (the Brazilian spelling of the African diety Eshu) is TOTALLY off-track for this forum. Our tradition is basically Christian and mostly Protestant. I know there are a few members of the forum who work with or are familiar with deities like Buddha, Quan Yin, Thor, Exu, and Isis, but their beliefs and traditions are not central to the practice of African American conjure, which is basically the folk-magic of Black Baptists.

Okay, so, with that out of the way, i would first recommend that anyone who suffers from a behavioural addiction look into raising serotonin and balancing brain chemicals. This means taking real drugs (not just herbs), such as Prozac, Paxil, Wellbutrin, or whatever your doctor prescribes.

Then, in conjunction with the drugs, i recommend some form of cognitive therapy, applied behavioural analysis, operant conditioning, Skinnerian training, or the like.

Third, i recommend group therapy, whether in a 12-step program or other group setting, so that you can meet and talk with other people who have had similar experiences.

Fourth, the hoodoo products generally used for removing addictive behaviours are

Cast Off Evil: http://luckymojo.com/castoffevil.html
Blessing: http://luckymojo.com/blessing.html
Clarity: http://luckymojo.com/clarity.html

You can read about each one, along with spells for use, on its page, as indicated.

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Re: I'm at my wits end with behavioral addiction

Unread post by MissMichaele » Sat Jun 30, 2012 3:10 pm

In addition to Miss Cat's wonderful 3-D-land therapeutic suggestions, I recommend working with both St. Dymphna and Blessed Dr. José Gregorio Hernandez -- to guide you to good care and strengthen the wisdom of your doctors and counsellors.
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Re: What Herbs to Use Along With Cast-Off Evil?

Unread post by heartexalted » Fri Oct 19, 2012 3:02 pm

What about Devil's Shoestring? (To "tie down" certain behaviors/habits.) Or would that clash with the notion of "casting them off"?
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Re: What Herbs to Use Along With Cast-Off Evil?

Unread post by Papa Newt » Fri Oct 19, 2012 5:01 pm

No, Devil's Shoe String is wonderful to use for this. It is one of the herb packets that is included with the Cast Off Evil Spell Kit. :)
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Re: What Herbs to Use Along With Cast-Off Evil?

Unread post by heartexalted » Fri Oct 19, 2012 6:07 pm

Awesome...thanks! :-)
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Addiction to Promiscuity

Unread post by indian_conjure » Sat Jan 05, 2013 11:42 am

I have a gay friend who has recently admitted to me that even though he has a loving and caring boyfriend he just cant control these urges of having sex outside of their relationship and kind of addicted to it. Although my friend dearly loves his boyfriend but does sex more with others than his BF which is also creating problem in their relationships. He wants to stop this habit of having sex with others and wants to be faithful to his BF from his body and soul but just cant bring himself to control these urges. So what can be done with this situation.

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Re: Addiction to Promiscuity

Unread post by Mama Micki » Sat Jan 05, 2013 12:04 pm

Cast Off Evil supplies are for getting rid of bad habits, addiction, and evil companions. He can light a Cast Off Evil vigil or a white candle (plain or figural) dressed with Cast Off Evil oil.
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Spell-Casting to Help Shopping Addicted Relative or Friend

Unread post by DreamCatcher » Fri Dec 13, 2013 7:39 am

In addition to professional help, I am working on a dolly for a friend that was previously in an abusive relationship. She comforts herself by shopping excessively. What types of herbs can I use to heal her and curb her obsession?
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Re: Spell-Casting to Help Shopping Addicted Relative or Friend

Unread post by aura » Fri Dec 13, 2013 7:47 am

Hi DreamCatcher,

It's really wonderful of you to wat to help your friend in her recovery. In addition to professional help and the support that she can get from a group which specializes in shopping addiction (and there are many both on-line and in-person), herbs such as eucalyptus, master of the woods, lemon leaves, hyssop and yarrow can all be helpful. 13-herb bath can also be quite useful.

Working a Cast Off Evil Spell kit can also back up your doll work nicely; you'll find that here: http://www.luckymojo.com/spell-cast-off-evil.html

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Re: Spell-Casting to Help Shopping Addicted Relative or Friend

Unread post by DreamCatcher » Fri Dec 13, 2013 8:11 am

Sounds like it would smell wonderful!

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Re: Spell-Casting to Help Shopping Addicted Relative or Friend

Unread post by MissMichaele » Sat Dec 14, 2013 12:41 pm

Dream Catcher, don't forget Lucky Mojo's condition oils, powders, incenses and bath crystals -- named in the old-fashioned way for the conditions they address. Your friend might benefit from the following:
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Re: Spell-Casting to Help Shopping Addicted Relative or Friend

Unread post by DreamCatcher » Tue Jan 07, 2014 2:40 pm

Thank you all. I used all the herbs Aura recommended plus Clarity, cast off evil and healing as that was all I had on hand. This made a pretty powerful poppet

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