Would you choose a Spell caster to get back your lost love?
Most people believe in seeking spell casters to get back their lost loves how do you feel about that idea? Do you believe in Spell casters?
Anything is possible in this world DDE, and it's certainly worth a try.
Even if that worked and it won't, why on Earth would it be acceptable to manipulate another human beings free will? If it is someone you broke apart from, there was a reason for that. Would you want someone to cast a spell on you to change your emotions/plans? Probably not, so ethically, it would be wrong on many levels to do to someone else.
Interesting question I would never do it. Firstly, it is morally inappropriate to maneuver someone's feelings through occult means. Secondly, it would be a blow to my pride to think that the person finds me so unfit for love that I have to resort to spells. Last but not the least, it would never be real love. If I had lost my love due to my own mistake, making amends would be the best way to win it back. If it was due to the other person's mistake and he hasn't tried to make amends, he is not worth winning back.
There are certain spiritual practices that can in fact accomplish this. In fact, many do engage in such practices. I would say if the love was lost, it was not meant to be. The high road would be, there is someone better who will come along in the future.
I am a Christian and do not believe God wants us to be involved in such practices.
If your lost love is still living the answer would be "no".
If it were possible to get back the person you love that has died then of course that would be the only justifiable instance for answering "yes".
Either way, there is no such thing as a legitimate "spell caster" that can alter a person's feelings without their consent. If someone casts a spell to get back a lost love, and that lost love actually returns, it would be strictly a coincidence.
As a practicing witch, I can tell you I've never been sought after for any kind of love spell because
1) It's unethical to mess with another person's emotions and free will like that
2) and if the relationship was meant to work, both parties would have put the work into it to make it last and clearly they didn't.
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