Sometimes we don’t get along with the people we love. There might be a sticky situation that you need to ‘sweeten’. What better way to do this than by casting a honey jar spell? They are easy to perform, effective, powerful, and also so much fun!
But what if you had enough and now you want to break a honey jar spell?
- Step-by-step: breaking a honey jar spell
- What now?
- Spellwork after you break the jar to undo the spell once for all
If you want to break a honey jar spell here is what you need to do:
The best place to do it
I really think the right place to break your honey jar spell is by a river.
You can do this at home if you don’t have one nearby.
When to do it
At night, on the night of the full moon.
Step-by-step: breaking a honey jar spell
Focus on breaking it
First of all, you need to focus very hard. Make sure you intend to break the honey jar spell in a clear and confident way.
Why do you want to break it? Maybe you don’t need its energy and effects anymore, maybe you think the spell didn’t work and you want to recast it or simply you feel like breaking that spell is the right thing to do.
(Don’t forget that a spell usually manifests a couple of weeks after it is cast, so be patient if you are waiting for results!)
Break the top created with wax and let the ingredients out
Make sure you place a cloth or rag under the jar so you can easily recollect all the ingredients of the spell. Break the top and let all the ingredients come out. If they can’t get out by themselves it’s okay.
Using moon water to cleanse the jar
If you are at home, use some moon water to wash the jar at its best. Do this by a sink. Full moon water is the best type of water. While washing the jar, visualize any energy leaving the jar and the person you used as a target of the spell.
Say a few words that come to your mind, such as: “Thank you. I release you.”
Destroy the jar
You can destroy the jar to ensure no attached energy stays there. I highly recommend for you to not reuse the same jar for another spell!
Bury the remains or disperse them in a river
You can bury the remains of the jar and the ingredients or you can discard them in a river. Do what you think is the best call for you.
Once the jar is destroyed and the ingredients are washed away, forget about the spell and take some time to recharge new energies for your new magic.
Spellwork after you break the jar to undo the spell once for all
If you think you need some extra help to break the spell, you can give one of these two spells a try.
With herbs and rice
For this spell, we will use
- seven bay leaves
- seven olive leaves
- seven grains of rice
- coarse salt
- seven of your own hairs, (if possible) seven hairs from the person involved
Place all the ingredients in a saucepan, sprinkle them with alcohol, and, with extreme caution, set it on fire.
As they burn, ask for all energies to be released and repeat the following prayer:
“When all these ingredients are burning, their flame will release me from all the spells I cast. May my thoughts be released and may my life regain the peace and harmony that it had before this spell.”
This spell is most effective under a full moon.
Light an incense of your choosing and pass the smoke over and around the candles. Have a photo of the target handy and let the incense soak into the image as well and place it in the middle of the triangle.
Write what you want to achieve with this ritual on a white piece of paper and put it on top of the photo.
Now light the candles, starting with the black one saying:
“I light you so that you free (the person’s name) from the spell I cast. I ask you for my freedom to return”;
now light the pink one while you say:
“I light you in front of the whole cosmos because my action is pure and noble. May this ritual attract harmony and peace.”
Finally, light the orange candle and recite:
“I light you to show my gratitude to all the energies of the universe so that they can listen to me and come to my aid”
and let the candles burn out.
To end this ritual, collect the remains and store them in a silk bag along with the photo. You must bury them on the next full moon in a garden, field, or park.