Beauty Spells: Truth and Fiction About Beauty Magic

Beauty Spells: Truth and Fiction

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Posted by / April 27, 2017 / 0 Comments

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A Google search for “Beauty Spells” brings up over 2.6 million results. Apparently, this is a really big topic that a lot of people are interested in. Of course, it makes a certain kind of sense. Who doesn’t want to look their best? Looking good makes us feel good, and that can go a long way in making our lives seem better. Unfortunately, people can be easily misled because beauty spells aren’t always what they’re cracked up to be.

The Fiction:

  • Contrary to what a lot of beauty spells online may claim, instant results are almost entirely mythical. Very little magic, even the best of it, provides instant, dramatic results.
  • Magic can’t make huge changes to your appearance. No spell can actually make you three inches taller, increase your bust by two cup sizes or make your penis significantly bigger. Sorry. It’s all lies. You can make slow changes over time using magic, meditation or other energy work, but you can’t make massive alterations, especially in a short period of time.
  • Beauty spells can’t make you look like someone else. There is no spell on Earth that will actually do that. You can’t use magic to turn yourself into a clone of J-Lo or Brad Pitt, sorry. We are who we are, all the magic in the world can’t change that.
  • You can’t use beauty spells to make other people think you look different. Glamors that only others can see is just something in movies, not something real. Altering people’s perception of you is more psychological than metaphysical.

The Facts:

Now, before you get all discouraged, I’ll tell you that some beauty spells can work, but it’s not a quick fix. Most real beauty spells are about slow changes and giving you more confidence. When you find a good one, it’s going to require continued focus, and is going to take time. Can you use magic to feel more beautiful, have better skin or lose weight? Sure, just not a big bang overnight. It takes time and work.

Truth be told, beauty is about a lot more than looks. From your own perspective, it’s about confidence. Confidence doesn’t come from other people’s opinions, it comes from loving who you are. Nature doesn’t make many mistakes, so whatever you look like, is how you’re supposed to look. Learn to love the unique person you are. You don’t need to look like anyone else to feel good and be attractive. (This goes for guys too!) You can absolutely use meditation and energy work to help you love yourself more and feel better about how you look. You can use these methods, and even spells, to help you let go of the need for other people’s approval so you can have true confidence.

Now, spells and chants can help make small improvements. I’ve used chants for clearer skin and nicer hair. The changes came slowly, but they were certainly there. If you have the right energy, many beauty spells can actually give you desirable results.

Personally, I’d say that looking and feeling more beautiful is a multi-step process. First, take good care of yourself by using natural products, avoiding too many chemicals, and appreciating your natural appearance. Next, let go of the need for other people’s approval. You need to like how you look, not anyone else. You don’t need to look like a celebrity or model to be attractive. You just need to look like yourself. Sadly, people are going to judge, so you need to let go of that if you ever want to be truly confident and happy. Meditation and spells can help you to let go, or you can do it through good, old-fashioned will and determination.

In the end, you need to love yourself. Use whatever means you feel you need, but don’t get duped by big promises of fast fixes. Annoying though it may be, most good things really do take time.

Briana Blair

Briana Blair

Briana Blair is an author and artisan. She has published more then 30 books and thousands of articles across multiple sites. After practicing Paganism and witchcraft for 25 years, she's now on a journey as an atheist and skeptic. She's eclectic, unpredictable, and always evolving. Facebook - Twitter

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