What is the rule of thumb re: love spells?
I know the one I love cares for me. I know he doesn't want to push me away and he wants me in his life. Says he's protecting me right now from hurt. How do I get him to follow his heart's desire ..... does casting a spell of sorts mess with the '3 rule' or not?
The rule of thumb for any spell is to not perform it on a person who does not know you are doing it and/or does not want it performed on them. Anything you do, not just casting a spell, will come back to you three-fold. If you cast a spell on him without his consent, you are trying to force him to do what you want, not what he wants. That puts out negative energy. That is what will come back to you three-fold.
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