Factors Determining Success in Reconciliation Spells
My works is a mixture of African traditional spiritualism, sangoma powers, rituals, native healing, spell casting, all of which are designed to take care of whatever adversity you may face.
My solutions are tailor designed depending on the nature of your problem or adversity, a constant mission to ensure that good prevails over evil and to ensure that you have peace of mind, success and happiness.
Am well qualified, having honed my skills from experiences and tradition passed down through the centuries from my forefathers. I deal with occult, spiritual and the paranormal.
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Reconciliation spell work is a sticky topic. Most rootworkers won’t do it for several reasons. First there are MANY issues that affect the success of a spell.
Break Up – Why did the relationship end, and who ended it? This can give you a clue as to whether the relationship is able to be reconciled. Did your girlfriend dump you because you slapped her in the face? Then I don’t blame her for leaving you. You need to get some anger management classes and don’t bother with any reconciliation work. If there was any kind of violence, reconciliation is OFF THE TABLE. Did your ex leave you because you’re controlling, and you’ve tried working with 14 rootworkers to get them back but none of the spells are working? Perhaps that should make it abundantly clear that you have control issues and you need to work on your own self-esteem and heal the fear that is within your heart. Fear and insecurity are what breed controlling. Did your ex leave you because he went back to his wife? Well, the wife has more rights in the world than you do. She has a religious bound and oath before God to that man – she will win out. That’s just the way it works. So think about why the break up happened and see if you’ve healed those issues first before you seek reconciliation or you won’t be able to maintain anything if you DO get back together.
Traditional practitioners use a wide variety of treatments ranging from “magic” to traditional methods such as fasting and dieting, herbal consultations, bathing, massage, and spiritual prayers. A large percentage of the people in South Africa also rely on traditional remedies to treat their animals for various diseases. Some healers may employ the use of charms, incantations, and the casting of spells in their treatments. The dualistic nature of traditional African medicine between the body and soul, matter, and spirit and their interactions with one another are also seen as a form of magic. In African cultures, the act of healing is considered a religious act. Therefore, the healing process often attempts to appeal to God because it is ultimately God who can not only inflict sickness, but provide a cure. Africans have a religious world view which makes them aware of the feasibility of divine or spirit intervention in healing with many healers referring to the supreme god as the source of their medical power.
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