Yes, a protection spell may be better (you'd work that on yourself), or you could probably devise a spell that is only activated when you need it. A sort of 'calm down' temporary binding. You will have to think about how you could create such a spell. All you need to do is adapt the one above, change your intention, change the wording and add in two words: an activation and a deactivation. Just play around with the idea and see what you can come up with.
Is it okay to practice even a bit magick even I'm still too young? I will really take responsibility for it. I've been practicing but some spells that I tried haven't worked. And I still can't summon a circle. Does summoning a circle only work when you're older or maybe I just need more practice for it? What I really what to do is make a spell that can control the weather, but I don't know how to make my own spell. Can you give me some guidance and advice I can count on about witchcraft?
Before I found your page on banishing spells, I had already created a poppet (to bind) and a witch's jar. My young children were abused by their father and I had sole custody. The judicial system has granted his request to reintegrate. Would it be prudent to do a spell as well? Or do I trust in the magick already done?
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