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Spell-Casting to Help an Alcoholic Relative or Friend

Unread post by sparkel81 » Sat Oct 24, 2009 2:39 pm

Can someone tell me what type of spell to perfom for someone with a alcoholic addiction...? and is their some sort of cleasing that should be done before taking action..oh one more thing should i also use some protection before helping my friend...the reason i ask is because i heard that tha spirit has to go some where so i want to know would protection be good in this situation for myself? THANKS IN ADVANCE :?:

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Re: Help stop Addiction

Unread post by starsinthesky7 » Sat Oct 24, 2009 6:47 pm

Hi there

Cast off evil products would be great for your situation.

http://www.luckymojo.com/castoffevil.html
http://www.luckymojo.com/spells/white/healthspells.html


In your case, i would do a crucible of courage to give them the strength and courage to be able to kick this alcoholic addiction.
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Re: Help stop Addiction

Unread post by sparkel81 » Thu Oct 29, 2009 5:23 pm

THANK U....Would i need to baith in a protection bath...or what before helping my friend?

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Spell-Casting to Help an Alcoholic Relative or Friend

Unread post by suzyparker » Wed Jun 09, 2010 12:08 pm

Hello Everyone, Hope you are all doing well.

A very good friend of mine is an alcoholic. We all know this and have tried talking to her, but she doesn't seem to get it. She lost her job, now her marriage is in jeopardy (she has a young child). She's a smart, great lady who just will not accept this. I am one of her best friends.

I read on the Board that Cast off Evil is a good solution, but what if the person refuses to believe there is a problem.

Do I cut & clear myself out of this mess? I care about her, but honestly, I've been listening for YEARS how it's always someone else's fault, etc. and quite honestly, I'm tired.

How do you help someone who will not help herself or admit there's a problem.

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Re: Ending co-dependency and addiction

Unread post by Devi Spring » Wed Jun 09, 2010 2:06 pm

You can try some Clarity/King Solomon Wisdom on her to help her see the truth of her situation. Then the Cast Off Evil can help her get past it, but she'll still need rehab and therapy on the physical end of things to really recover.

Set a deadline for working, and if she hasn't moved into a better place, then you may need to consider Cut and Clearing her from your life, as it's really not helping anyone for you to be getting stressed and exhausted trying to help someone who won't help themselves.
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Re: Ending co-dependency and addiction

Unread post by ConjureMan Ali » Wed Jun 09, 2010 8:04 pm

I think the Cast Off Evil conjure given by Miss cat on the products' page is a good one to use in this situation. Include along with Cast off Evil, Healing, Blessing, some Clarity and King Solomon's Wisdom, as suggested by the lovely Devi. This will help them see that there is a problem.

When I have worked this particular spell the stick part, where you work a vinegar jar often manifesting in making the person violently ill from alcohol which in turn started sinking in the fact that they indeed had a problem.

One of the biggest steps towards recovery is the admission that there is something wrong. Along side this conjure I'd work something to get an intervention going. You can do this by either working with your friend's ancestor, or working an Influence conjure on friends and family to get them to band together for an intervention.
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Re: Ending co-dependency and addiction

Unread post by Maljen » Wed Jun 09, 2010 11:23 pm

CM, would the vinegar jar idea work with other forms of addiction? My soon-to-be-ex is a pathological liar. He literally lies about just about anything and everything and for no apparent reason as well. I'd love to work something that would make him sick every time he lies, although until he woke up to what he was doing, he'd be getting sick about every 5 minutes! ;-) And if it's possible to work it, what kind of things other than personal concerns and name/petition paper should go into a jar like that?
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Re: Ending co-dependency and addiction

Unread post by ConjureMan Ali » Thu Jun 10, 2010 12:23 am

Cast off Evil is great for most addictions and bad habits. And you can adapt the sour jar to sour the taste of anyone towards something in order to "kick the habit." That being said, pathological liars have a *pathological* problem. It is deeper than a habit, but can be just as damaging as addictions. They lie for a variety of reasons and often without thinking, remorse, and sometimes to the extent of deluding themselves and believing their lies.

You can certainly attempt to sour them to lying, but you want to work with some serious Clarity, King Solomons Wisdom, and compulsion work to start them on a path towards telling the truth.

I would work a harsher form of Clarity that would force them to take a good look at themselves.
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Re: Ending co-dependency and addiction

Unread post by Maljen » Thu Jun 10, 2010 12:56 am

ConjureMan wrote:Cast off Evil is great for most addictions and bad habits. And you can adapt the sour jar to sour the taste of anyone towards something in order to "kick the habit." That being said, pathological liars have a *pathological* problem. It is deeper than a habit, but can be just as damaging as addictions. They lie for a variety of reasons and often without thinking, remorse, and sometimes to the extent of deluding themselves and believing their lies.

You can certainly attempt to sour them to lying, but you want to work with some serious Clarity, King Solomons Wisdom, and compulsion work to start them on a path towards telling the truth.

I would work a harsher form of Clarity that would force them to take a good look at themselves.
Thank you, CM. You hit that spot on. I'll definitely look into all of that. Or at the very least do some Clarity work on those around him to see past his lies and call him on them when he attempts to lie about things.
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Help my brother with a drinking problem.

Unread post by ShadowyEmbrace » Mon Jul 19, 2010 6:24 pm

I was reading a thread in the Share Hoodoo Spells section posted by louisianairis that gave a very good description on getting rid of addiction for yourself. However my brother has a bit of a drinking problem he's not like a full blown alcoholic at least not yet but I think he is headed that way. He drinks a few beers every night but when he is stressed over work he does get drunk and it is causing him problems in his marrage. My question is is there any spells I can work for him? He's to prideful to ever admit to his problem but what can I do to help him?

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Re: Help my brother with a drinking problem.

Unread post by starsinthesky7 » Mon Jul 19, 2010 6:56 pm

Work with cast off evil products.
http://www.luckymojo.com/castoffevil.html
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Re: Help my brother with a drinking problem.

Unread post by ShadowyEmbrace » Mon Jul 19, 2010 7:10 pm

starsinthesky7 wrote:Work with cast off evil products.
http://www.luckymojo.com/castoffevil.html
Thanks starsinthesky7

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Re: Help my brother with a drinking problem.

Unread post by jwmcclin » Tue Jul 20, 2010 6:25 pm

While I agree with starsntheysky7, consider eucalyptus leaves until your order arrives...found here http://www.herb-magic.com/eucalyptus.html
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Unread post by Scott » Thu Jul 22, 2010 3:58 am

Hi everyone!!

Well it's a long story (I'm not going to burden others souls with it). Basically, I drink to forget (a lot) and am looking for any spell to help me overcome the haunting memories.... I just don't want to be haunted with the past anymore... anything for a fresh start?? BTW the Five Finger Grass Ritual Oil from this site has helped me quite a bit! I made out well at the casino!!

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Re: Any advice?

Unread post by starsinthesky7 » Thu Jul 22, 2010 4:05 am

I would recommend that you do some healing work to help heal yourself, and help you move on from the past. You can also work cut and clear products, and you can work with vanvan as well. The clear and cut is not only for relationships, but also for the very thing you are looking for.
http://www.luckymojo.com/cutandclear.html
http://www.luckymojo.com/vanvan.html
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Re: Any advice?

Unread post by ConjureMan Ali » Thu Jul 22, 2010 12:54 pm

Starsinthesky outlined a great plan for you. Start with Cut and Clear to get rid of past issues and Van Van to clear the way and empower you to move forward.

I personally would add Cast off Evil as well to help you rid yourself of any dark thoughts, and your addiction or substance problems :-).

I wish you luck and success.
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Re: Any advice?

Unread post by starsinthesky7 » Thu Jul 22, 2010 1:12 pm

I would like to add that you should not forget about the mundane work. Hoodoo is great, but you should definitely consider getting therapy, or at least joining a AA meeting, or group therapy. Even if you do not feel like sharing, just hearing how other people get through it can really help.
Thank u St. Martha for everything you have done on my behalf.
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Spell-Casting to Help Me Overcome My Own Alcoholism

Unread post by oyba » Tue Aug 10, 2010 11:37 pm

Hello,

I need some help to stop drinking and drugg. I want to know if it exist something to get out of this bad habit.We have so many problem with our neigbours that we found refuge in alcohol but i want this to stop.

I live in the south of france and my name is oyba.

Thanks very much for you help

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Re: Alcoholism

Unread post by Miss_Liz » Tue Aug 10, 2010 11:43 pm

The Cast Off Evil would be a great product line to work with on this.

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Re: Alcoholism

Unread post by catherineyronwode » Tue Aug 10, 2010 11:58 pm

First, practically speaking, the most effective treatment for alcoholism that i know is the 12-step program of Alcoholics Anonymous. It is free, all over the world. It is a group program, where members help each other in recovery and build strength through attendance at meetings and helping others with the same problem. You are in France, but i just looked up "Alcoholics Anonymous in France" and there are numerous meetings, including meetings conducted in English as well as in French. Here is a contact for you:

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What is Alcoholics Anonymous?
Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men
and women who share their experience, strength,
and hope with each other that they may solve
their common problem and help others to recover
from alcoholism. The only requirement for
membership is a desire to stop drinking. There
are no dues or fees for AA membership; we are
self-supporting through our own contributions.
AA is not allied with any sect, demonination,
politics, organization, or institution; does not
wish to engage in any controversy, neither
endorses nor opposes any causes. Our primary
purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics
to achieve sobriety. Telephone numbers in
France for English Speaking AA information:
In Paris: (33) 01-46-34-59-65
In the South of France: +33-0820-200-257
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Second, a word of advice for anyone reading this who is not an alcoholic: Alcoholism is a disease that has strong genetic components -- some people are more susceptible to the addictive effects of alcohol than others. If there is alcoholism in your family, you are at risk and you should avoid alcohol -- you cannot get addicted unless you start using.

Third, with respect to spells, prayers, and magical rites: I suggest the 51st Psalm and the use of Cast Off Evil baths and candles to help drive the spirit of alcohol away. You may read about this kind of spell-casting here:

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

But, please, call a nearby chapter of AA first, because alcoholism is a MEDICAL problem more than a magical one.
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Re: Alcoholism

Unread post by justa » Wed Aug 11, 2010 4:43 pm

Hi Oyba

I am a recovering alcoholic and AA has saved my life. I have also had help when struggling with the disease of alcoholism from an AIRR rootworker but this has only helped because I have attended meetings at Alcoholics Anonymous at the same time. I also lived in the South of France several years ago and as Miss Cat has already told you there are AA meetings there (as there are all over the world) The French and English speaking meetings are plentiful and helped me to begin to recover. IPlease understand that the meetings are the best magic you can find when fighting this addiction. I wish you much luck and God bless

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Re: Help my brother with a drinking problem.

Unread post by mimiso » Tue Aug 17, 2010 8:39 pm

thank you so much for this thread.. so insightful jw, thanks!

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Alcohol and it's affect on magic

Unread post by faith2008 » Tue Aug 31, 2010 8:11 pm

I have a friend who is working on someone that I believe might possibly have an alcohol problem. He's a really nice guy, but I think he might drink a little too much. Haven't been around him enough to make a definite call on it though. Got me to wondering though, since her work seems to be going pretty slowly, does alcohol have any affect on magic? Would it make someone less receptive in some way?

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Re: Alcohol and it's affect on magic

Unread post by Miss Tammie Lee » Tue Aug 31, 2010 8:24 pm

First Thank you for caring. There is a distict difference in a Buzz for creativity-- and a BLOCK to shield life. Yes. It does effect reception and appreciation because one has to be "clear headed" This does not mean either that a blunt or a glass of wine might make them open for creativity and understanding.. good!!!. Just my 2 cents.
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Re: Alcohol and it's affect on magic

Unread post by faith2008 » Tue Aug 31, 2010 8:33 pm

Triplethreat wrote:First Thank you for caring. There is a distict difference in a Buzz for creativity-- and a BLOCK to shield life. Yes. It does effect reception and appreciation because one has to be "clear headed" This does not mean either that a blunt or a glass of wine might make them open for creativity and understanding. Just my 2 cents.
Thanks! I try to care about everyone I meet....well, until they give me a reason not to, lol. The more I'm around this guy the more I wonder if he is an alcoholic. I try to be careful of misjudging people though. There is something about this guy though, that my heart goes out to. He is very sweet and caring. I have sat back and watched him with his kids and you can see the deep love he has for them. I also know from my friend that his drinking does not interfer with his job or with any outside activities that his boys are involved in. I do know that there are alcoholics who are completely capable of funtioning in a somewhat normal life without it having too much of an affect. At least to the outside world. I'd like to help this guy if I can and I would really like to see him and my friend together someday. Something just tells me that they are meant to be together. I can't help but wonder though if her work is going slow because of the alcohol. I know she has done a couple of skull candles on him but if he is "passed out drunk" would he still be receptive or would it be better to work on him while he is awake? Just something to think about since I might try and do some work on him for his drinking.

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Re: Alcohol and it's affect on magic

Unread post by Miss Tammie Lee » Tue Aug 31, 2010 8:40 pm

Oh Faith... skull candles.. see if Stars is on the Board... I am not going to judge someone, but any habitual display of negativity strickes me as a hinderance... again normal play is all good. K?
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Re: Alcoholism

Unread post by oyba » Mon Sep 06, 2010 7:59 am

Thanks too all sorry i could'nt replay yet was'nt well .I have a lots of troubles a neigbourgs they are 4 agains't us and they put us in court for our house.Infortunetly i need my drink i went too AA they help me i drink a beat less.I think the first think it's too get read off the neigbourg they brake my families life and they want too make us broke our house in court pretentind we build it without permission but we bougth it like this.I need advice for buying in lucky mojo shop .They are very bad persons .And i don't want they win in court particully when you known we haven't buid nothing it's only because we are in copropriete.Please i need advice and help

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Healing/trust/faith/love

Unread post by Luna » Sun Sep 26, 2010 9:54 am

Hi!

I really need some help and advice. I have meet a wonderful man, he is my love of life. i have never felt like this before. He is very special man. So honest, emotional and we can talk about almost everything.
Rifgt now, he is in a treatment for his addiction for alcohol / medicin addiction. He really want to recover from this, and he is doing lots of good thing right now. Visit AA and working with him self. He is really on the right way. I have been sober myself for 18 years now, so I see / feel that he is serous about his recovery. Im so in love with him, but right now he need the time to take care of him self. He says that he likes me alot. But right now, he only want us to be friends.
I have told him, that I will be here for him, and Im willing to wait for him. He also want to get to know me better. He is very afraid and sensitive right now. I must be patient with him. He is very unsure if my feelings for him really is real, I told him, there are. This is a process. He have also been very hurt in the past. In his last relationship.
I have done a reading, and he really likes me. And I also feel that it need lots of magical work here.
With the healing in him. And also with the faith and trust issue here. I want him to trust me, and feel that my feelings for him really is for real. And also I want him to love me, feel the same things I feel for him.
I really need some help and advice here. I was thinking to start with some healing work, healingbottle maybe? Honeyjar for trust and love? Or maybe I need some more powerful later? Sperllkit?
Help me out here.... And thank you for all the info in this forum, its amazing. Lots of wisdom! :)

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Re: Healing/trust/faith/love

Unread post by ConjureMan Ali » Sun Sep 26, 2010 10:59 am

I'd use the gentle approach of a honey jar to sweeten him towards you while gently helping him overcome his trust issues. Include Balms of Gilead in these honey jar to help with past hurts.

For his addiction look into Cast off Evil Products and Blessing. You can find a wonderful spell outlined by Miss cat here:

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

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Re: Healing/trust/faith/love

Unread post by Luna » Sun Sep 26, 2010 12:19 pm

Thank you conjureman!

Can I use the same bottle for heal his hurt from the past, and sweeten him to me, at the same time?
Is the chupparosa oil a good choice to use in the trust and love matters here?
I have never done a honeyjar before, so Im can need the best advice here.
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Re: Healing/trust/faith/love

Unread post by jwmcclin » Sun Sep 26, 2010 12:27 pm

You should use two different bottles Luna. You are removing something with one and drawing something with the other. Chupparosa oil is good to get and maintain an honest relationship. Here is the Honey Jar Spell (detailed) http://www.luckymojo.com/honeyjar.html

You can also do forum search for further details...Good Luck Luna.
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Re: Healing/trust/faith/love

Unread post by Luna » Sun Sep 26, 2010 1:26 pm

Thank you jwmcclin, this is usefull help. Im going to do the honeyjars tomorrow night.
I also have the Follow me boy oil and come to me oil. What is the best choise of oil in this case? Can I use the chupparosa oil together with some of this oil? When I burn the candle?

I dont have any photo of this man, just his full name and time of birth. Plus a thing he toutched
and give to me, I hope this is usefull things I can use.

Some people say that the names should be written 7 times, but here on the website , only 3 times, so I go along with that. Blessings...

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Advice on products to open someone's eyes

Unread post by faith2008 » Mon Sep 27, 2010 7:31 pm

I'll try to make this as short as possible.

I have a dear friend that I lost contact with over the years and recently over the past few months we have started hanging out together again. He is one of the most kind hearted people I have ever known. He is going through a very bad divorce. Has been for about two years now. He caught her cheating, tried to work things out and then caught her again. I've learned from others that she was abusive to him too. Would get mad and hit him in the head while he was sleeping. Once she even broke his nose. Everyone's said he never once hit her back and knowing him the way I do I believe that. I think she was really psycho. She even got mad once and hit one of our other friends while he was asleep.

Everything has really taken a toll on him though. He was the type that really wanted a family and believed in getting married once and it was forever.

Needless to say he has turned to alcohol. At first I didn't think it was a problem. A few beers with friends on the weekends or a couple after work. But as I have sat back and watched I realized the drinking is out of control. He is an alcoholic.

I want to help him. I know he needs to be in AA meetings but he is going to have to see and admit their is a problem first before that happens. He has to want to get better. I know there is going to come the time when I am going to have to sit down and voice my fears with him but before then I would like to try do some work on him to make him more receptive.

I have King Solomon Wisdom, Clarity and Blessing. Are there any other products that would be good for this situation? And I'm not sure what candle colors to use with these. Also I think he needs some healing work done to help him heal from his divorce as I think this will help in his recovery. Is is okay to work these simutaniously?


Any advice on this would be greatly appreciated. The ultimate goal is to get him into a twelve step program.

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Re: Advice on products to open someone's eyes

Unread post by ConjureMan Ali » Mon Sep 27, 2010 10:01 pm

All three of those would work wonders in this situation. I'd add Healing and Cast off Evil to the mix.

You can burn Clarity and King Solomon's Wisdom to help open his eyes to what's going on, to see things as they really are, and to lift the fog of confusion off of his eyes. I'd use white candles for this, though blue works well too.

Healing and Blessing would go well together to help him begin recovering from the pain he's been through. White candles here as well.

For his addictions use Cast off Evil on white candles as well, though some use black candles for such work to "banish" the evil.
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Spell-Casting to Help an Alcoholic Relative or Friend

Unread post by EavanStar » Sat Nov 27, 2010 1:14 pm

Hello all.

This is my second post here, so please be gentle. :p

To get into my situation, my mother is (for lack of a better word) a raging alcoholic. She binge drinks and freeloads for alcohol all the time. My mother is 53 and diabetic and has some health issues. I know that her life has been hard, mostly b/c of relations with my own father, and as a form of self medication for depression, she drinks.

I cant talk to her about it b/c my words go unheard or my genuine concern is argued with and Im told Im interfering. This is the elephant in the room. Everyone knows but rarely does someone talk (asides from myself) to her about it.

I'm moving out of state next summer, away from my mother (not b/c of the alcoholism) and I am concerned that in my absence she will get worse. Does anyone know a prayer/spell/anything I can do to maybe lessen the hold of alcohol over my mothers life, if such a thing exists? I would be eternally grateful.

Thank you for any consideration.
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Re: My Mother Suffers from Alcoholism and Diabetes

Unread post by jwmcclin » Sat Nov 27, 2010 5:46 pm

This subject has been discussed several times in the forum EavanStar, I am copying a few of these posts here:

Stop dad from drinking and protect him (stop-dad-from-drinking-and-protect-him- ... tml#p55896)

Getting rid of addictions getting-rid-of-addictions-t7348.html#p48720

Alcoholism alcoholism-t8119.html#p45538

Specifically, Lucky Mojo has a Cast off Evil spell that is discussed within these posts, please take time to read them and there is so very good advice given that can help you and your mother if she is ready to admit and submit to the necessary treatment. From personal experience, I can tell you, take care of yourself first! Good Luck in your findings!
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Re: My Mother Suffers from Alcoholism and Diabetes

Unread post by EavanStar » Sun Nov 28, 2010 3:03 pm

Thank you so much JWM. I will not neglect the search function in the future. :D
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Help with sexual/alcohol addicted friend

Unread post by aopc » Tue Dec 21, 2010 8:36 pm

Hello all,
I have a coworker whom I have come to learn has a deeply troubled, traumatic past that she addresses with alcohol and risky, promiscuous sexual behavior. Due to circumstances* (and fear of her ditching this job for less-reputable, but gainful "entrepreneurship"), and her very willful personality, I cannot risk suggesting to her directly that she seek counseling or professional help. I pray thrice daily for her (among others), as well as sporadically throughout the day - but I've recently been reintroduced to hoodoo/rootwork, and I'm open to working in more dimensions...

I happen to have access to an image of her (though only accessible from intranet @ work, and it would be flagged I were to print it), several pieces of hair (sorry..not a 'lock' per se), and handwriting of hers, as well as access to her workspace and outerwear. I'd like to work something in the way of opening her eyes to see her situation as HONESTLY beyond her control, to see her addictions and emotional detachments as destructive, and to see there ARE other ways. I fear she has lost touch with even having a soul, and I think her behaviors and mode of thought are responses to trauma and abuse - as she doesn't show the consistency of someone with a personality disorder.

I'd like to do SOMETHING, it causes me anguish to spend most of my days with someone for whom I can do so little. I'd also like for her to own up to deceptions towards me ("getting a liar to confess" sort of thing) - but her well-being comes before my bruised ego.

*There have been feelings between her and I that were fumbled through poorly, deceptively and disastrously (thankfully not physically) - but that's something I do not want to touch until she's in a better place emotionally and until I KNOW she's in a stable situation and I've grown up a bit.

Thank you all and be well,
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Re: Help with sexual/alcohol addicted friend

Unread post by Miss Tammie Lee » Wed Dec 22, 2010 7:15 am

aopc welcome to The Forum.
It sounds like counseling is definitely in order, and I'd be careful if I were you "diagnosing" her mental stability. Addiction is about the behavior behind the addiction.
Cast of Evil is often recommended for addictive problems along with AA and other groups.
http://www.luckymojo.com/castoffevil.html
An addict has to want to get help. Some people have to hit rock bottom. Some people never seek help and hurt everything and everyone in their paths and kill themselves or others along the way. (Drunk Driving, Abuse of Family, Kids on and on and on)
Although your prayers are good and kind, keep the above in mind.
Good luck and Take Care.
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Re: Help with sexual/alcohol addicted friend

Unread post by aopc » Wed Dec 22, 2010 10:36 am

Triplethreat wrote:aopc welcome to The Forum.
It sounds like counseling is definitely in order, and I'd be careful if I were you "diagnosing" her mental stability. Addiction is about the behavior behind the addiction.
Sure'nuff! I'm no walking DSM of course. she's no teenager - and has compartmentalized this behavior from work for a while (though she is a chronic flirt and dresses provocatively, etc), and otherwise doesn't show signs of personality disorder I know of through family. I would just like something to help her move into a direction of being open to counseling, intervention, etc. move her more to WANT to change, more than she does now (she IS wise to needing to control things, but as per addiction, it's difficult). As I said, I cannot confront her or suggest anything directly, it would challenge an already tense situation and might contribute to her leaving a great job with great opportunities and benefits during a really bad economy. Rock bottom may be necessary, but it's never sounded like something to help facilitate! Obviously many DONT come back from rock bottom. Even if so, I want to facilitate some measure of mojo bungee cord to snap her back from ANY such fall.

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Re: Help with sexual/alcohol addicted friend

Unread post by Miss Tammie Lee » Wed Dec 22, 2010 4:57 pm

I have these links for you. They are all part of the original link to Cast Off Evil. It sounds like you really care and I do feel for you, but again it has to be her choice. Compelling products could help, but once she gets to where she needs to be this will definately assist her in the recovery process:
http://www.luckymojo.com/blessing.html
Blessing Products
http://www.luckymojo.com/fourthievesvinegar.html
Four theives vinegar
http://www.luckymojo.com/healing.html
Healing Products
http://www.luckymojo.com/rueandcimaruta.html
Link to Rue
I agree to an extent about "rock bottom", it is relative. Rock bottom could be the loss of a good job in a bad economy, the loss of children, killing or injuring someone in a car wreck followed by jail and judgements and a lifetime of regret.
In any case, hope these other links can help you in your endeavors to assist your friend.
Take Care.
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Re: Help with sexual/alcohol addicted friend

Unread post by aopc » Thu Dec 23, 2010 2:13 am

Triplethreat wrote:I have these links for you. They are all part of the original link to Cast Off Evil. It sounds like you really care and I do feel for you, but again it has to be her choice. Compelling products could help, but once she gets to where she needs to be this will definitely assist her in the recovery process:
Thank you for the breakdown, seeing options is more what I need, as none of the circumstances are such as to be doing work for breaking the addictions, per se.

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He's Been Sober 6 Weeks and is going to AA

Unread post by Luna » Mon Jan 03, 2011 10:03 pm

Hallo!

Im gonna to start some healing / addiction work on the man I love. He have been sober for 6 weeks now, and he is going to AA.

I know he have lots of pain and fears inside him, and I want to help him to heal. He is a very sesitive man, and he have lots of things to work on.
Righr now we have no contact at all, he needs time for his recovery, and he is so afraid. Its hard for him to face all the fears and feelings inside of him.

My love for him is very strong, he is my love of life. He likes me as a friend, and he feel attraction to me. He have been lonely and isolate for 10 years, so I understand that my love for him confuse him right now. I think he likes me too, but he is so afraid to let me come close. He want to see me when he is feeling stronger and safe. He have so little trust in people.I want to help him in his recovery. And also work with some love drawing spells / work.

I really need some advice and help. What is the best work to choose in all this?

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Re: He's Been Sober 6 Weeks and is going to AA

Unread post by Turnsteel » Tue Jan 04, 2011 3:20 am

I would suggest you burn Blessing and Cast Off Evil candles for him, and consider making a doll on him. I would work the doll every night while he is asleep, telling it how well he is doing, how brave he is to fight his addiction, how you are there for him. I would pass the doll thro smoke from a mix of Blessing and Cast Off Evil incense powders.

I also suggest you leave aside the love work until he is well.

Here is the page for Blessing products: http://www.luckymojo.com/blessing.html
Here is the page for Cast Off Evil products: http://www.luckymojo.com/castoffevil.html

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Re: Re: He's Been Sober 6 Weeks and is going to AA

Unread post by Lunaislight » Tue Jan 04, 2011 8:24 am

I agree with Turnsteel and on the Cast off informational page there is a Spell to help a person with there addictions. Right now just help him with the addiction issue because you dont know how things will turn out after he is sober for a while. Good Luck

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Re: Re: He's Been Sober 6 Weeks and is going to AA

Unread post by ConjureMan Ali » Tue Jan 04, 2011 7:10 pm

Doll baby work could be really benefical in a sitaution like this. You can use herbs for courage, healing, breaking habits, and blessing to stuff the dollie. Then you can do your work on the doll to help him stay in his treatment.

In addition to burning candles and doll baby work I like getting the spirit of ancestors involved in cases where there is serious addiction.

If you know where his ancestors are buried go to them and shake the headstone ask them to wake up and watch over and heal their descendent. Make sure to leave 3 dimes as payment for their involvement, but you'll be surprised how quick and strong an ancestor will answer a call for something like this.

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Re: Re: He's Been Sober 6 Weeks and is going to AA

Unread post by Luna » Tue Jan 04, 2011 8:19 pm

Thank you very much every one, for all the help and advice. I really belive the doll baby work and the candles can be a very good start.
Right now I only have herbs and the healing oil from Lucky mojo, can I use the healing oil too for a start?

This man have draw away from me right now, he is so afraid and sensitive. He is afraid for all the feelings I have for him, he can not face it right now-
How can I help him later in a magical way to come close to me, trust me, want to see me, and also start things up in a new ligth again? And also
make him love me, like I love him?? On step at he time, I know. But I need help here and time to prepare things...

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Re: Re: He's Been Sober 6 Weeks and is going to AA

Unread post by ConjureMan Ali » Tue Jan 04, 2011 8:26 pm

Focus on his healing and recovery for now, but to help build trust and love Chuparrosa may be what you are looking fore.
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Re: Re: He's Been Sober 6 Weeks and is going to AA

Unread post by Luna » Tue Jan 04, 2011 8:49 pm

Yes you right conjureMan Ali. His recovery is number one. I must have patience in this. I was thinkig to create my own baby doll for him, I have his hair, time of birth and name paper- The coulor of the doll I thinking of is white for healing. Is this a good colour to choose in this matter?
Please let me know!

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Unread post by jwmcclin » Tue Jan 04, 2011 9:26 pm

Yes white is a great color for healing work. You can read more about Color Symbolism in Candle Magic found here http://www.luckymojo.com/candlemagic.html ... Good Luck in your work!
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Re: Re: He's Been Sober 6 Weeks and is going to AA

Unread post by Miss Tammie Lee » Wed Jan 05, 2011 7:46 am

There has been wonderful advice given by all above and this is a great thread. White is a great color for healing work so is blue. (candle color) I have worked with both colors and these supplies for healing work: http://www.luckymojo.com/products-healing.html (I know that you stated you had healing oil; this is for someone else that might read)
The link jwmcclin provided has many great tips from color choices to annointing.
White is definately the way to go for the doll baby.
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Re: Re: He's Been Sober 6 Weeks and is going to AA

Unread post by Luna » Wed Jan 05, 2011 3:35 pm

Once again, bless you all for all your help and kindess. I have one more question about the doll, about the herbs to use, which herbs is the optimal
for healing / recovery from addiction/ to heal fears and pain, and also herbs to invoke power, courage, faith and trust??? In this matter.

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Re: Healing /addiction - love spell

Unread post by Devi Spring » Wed Jan 05, 2011 3:38 pm

If you use the Blessing, Healing and Cast Off Evil products, they already have herbs in them that you can use.
However, you could put a John the Conqueror root in the heart area to help with personal power. Eucalyptus helps break from bad habits. Flax seed is good for health and healing, as is althea.
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stop someone from drinking from a distance

Unread post by Ginger » Mon Jan 24, 2011 2:12 pm

First, is it even right to work a spell to get someone to stop drinking? My son is sick and maybe dying and is lying to me about drinking. Can anything be done or do I just let it go. He has not asked me to help him. If no spell for the drinking, how about a spell to get him to want to go to the doctor for the symptoms he's describing to me he's got. they sound pretty serious?

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Re: stop someone from drinking from a distance

Unread post by starsinthesky7 » Mon Jan 24, 2011 7:17 pm

Well, I would work some cast off evil products.

You can get the complete spell kit here www.luckymojo.com/product-cast-off-evil.html
www.luckymojo.com/castoffevil.html

I would actually get a reading to see what specifically can be done to encourage him to go to the doctor. If he drinks regularly then he may not have clear thinking. So I would do the above couple with some clarity, and kind solomon wisdom.

www.readersandrootworkers.com

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www.luckymojo.com/kingsolomonwisdom.html
www.luckymojo.com/products-king-solomon-wisdom.html

If he still refuses you may need something slightly coercive such as compelling or even commanding products.

www.luckymojo.com/compelling.html
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Re: stop someone from drinking from a distance

Unread post by Ginger » Tue Jan 25, 2011 7:53 am

Thank you starsinthesky7 very much for your response. I will follow your advise and move on from there.

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Helping My fiance stay sober and out of trouble

Unread post by LJGDAWNLAND » Fri Jul 29, 2011 11:20 am

I need to request some suggestions to help my fiance stay sober (he has just been released from jail....all of his felony charges were dropped except for two misdemeanors which are public intox and obstruction). The court case suggestions WORKED WONDERFULLY! He would have been facing a lot of time had it not been for lots of prayers support and good works.

what is a good spell to help him stay sober?

what is a good spell to protect him (help him stay out of trouble....is it Law Keep Away....does anyone have any specific spells they can share with me to facilitate this)

and thirdly, right now we are in separate states (he's down South I'm up North) for another two months. Want to keep him faithful to me and keep our close bond with each other. When he drinks our bond is threatened. I have his personal fluids, hair etc he gave to me willingly as when we're apart we want to remain close to each other (he has mine too)

I trust him, love him but I fear because of his addictions, he may fail to stay out of trouble and that would ruin our future plans of marriage and relocation for him.

thanks in advance for any and all help!

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Re: Helping My fiance stay sober and out of trouble

Unread post by Devi Spring » Fri Jul 29, 2011 11:51 am

For the addictions, you can work Cast Off Evil for him to help him break free from the patterns that have enabled it.
http://www.luckymojo.com/spell-cast-off-evil.html

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To protect him, I would go with Fiery Wall of Protection. The Law Keep Away just keeps the authorities from noticing you and from getting into your business, so it's a different kind of "protection". For staying out of trouble, I'd petition St. Michael to help keep him protected from those bad influences, and when in combination with Cast Off Evil will be a very good spiritual support.
http://www.luckymojo.com/mojocatspells.html

You can work a honey jar to keep your relationship strong and sweet.
http://www.luckymojo.com/mojocatspells.html#honeyjar
If you want to tie his nature to you in a more aggressive way, then consider a Nation Sack (you'll need to collect his sexual fluids next time you see him).
http://www.luckymojo.com/mojocatmojo.html
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Re: Helping My fiance stay sober and out of trouble

Unread post by jwmcclin » Fri Jul 29, 2011 12:00 pm

cat includes some very valuable advice with Cast Off Evil conjure, please please please take note. She says, "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...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."
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Re: Helping My fiance stay sober and out of trouble

Unread post by Devi Spring » Fri Jul 29, 2011 12:01 pm

Amen!
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