Once a spell is done – weather it’s a one time spell or one you work for awhile, you need to dispose of the remains.
You put a lot of energy and effort into your work, throwing it in the trash may just throw all that work away as well. Disposal of spell remains should always have the same respect the spell itself had.
Make sure your disposal method does not contradict your desired outcome by completing your spell work following the disposal methods outlined below:
Method of Disposal
When to Use
Burying in your Backyard
To maintain desired circumstance, finances, a person or a possession in your life.
Marriage, Prosperity, Protection, Harmonious family, Health spells
Burying in your Front Yard
To welcome something new into your life, such a new person, a life experience or health.
Attract NEW love, New career/life-path, Attract a new experience, such as travel, Health, Marriage proposal spells
Burying in a Targets/Business Yard/Property
To curse, bless or to influence a specific person/business or family.
The most direct way to curse or to influence is to leave remains at targets front door or driveway.
Remnants must be inconspicuous and discreet. Such as ashes mixed with a bit of dirt.
We do not recommend continuous burial of non perishable items. When using jars for spells you can rid the biodegradable contents, so you can then cleanse (physically and spiritually) and reuse the jar, unless you feel the whole jar must be disposed of. Always be aware of your environment and the impact of your actions.