How to Use a Binding Spell

Binding spells serve a variety of purposes. They range from relatively easy to difficult. They can be used for personal protection against others' spells. They can bind forces of nature, spirits, and even people. And they can be used to reduce someone's influence upon you. 

Whatever the need, if you use spells then these binding spells may of help to you.


Method One of Three:

A Binding Spell to Stop Someone's Influence

Use this spell to bind someone's influence on you. Apparently, it's not black magic, and no harm will fall upon the person it is cast upon. The aim is to keep the victim away from you, and they won't be cursed or harmed in any way.

Get a 3x3 inch piece of paper. Write the person's full name on the paper, (middle name if you can,) with black ink then cross it, with a pentagram.

Fold the paper twice and tie it with a rubber band string or use a paper-clip.

Hold it up to your forehead and chant three times: "To be protected from you this magic charm I will do with these words. I bind thee for you to let me be protected from your harm, I now seal this charm" three times.

Put the paper on your right shoe and slam your shoe nine times. End the spell by exclaiming "so mote it be!" (The latter phrase simply means "so must or may it be.)

Method Two of Three:

Water Binding Spell to Distance Someone

Use this spell to distance a person from you or to stop their negative behavior toward you. This spell is used to bind a person away from you. Despite popular belief, it is not black magic, and it does not cause any harm to the person it was cast upon.

Retrieve an item owned by the person you wish to bind. This could be an item of clothing, a comb or hairbrush, a book, or any other object the person frequently uses.

Since the person won't be getting the item back, try to find something small that they won't miss. A hairpin, pencil, eraser or another school supply item might be a good choice.

Since the item is going to end up in a stream or river, try to choose something that isn't going to pollute the water. A small piece of paper or cloth will eventually break down, a bit plastic object won't.

Bind the item in silk ribbon. Wrap a long piece of ribbon around and around the object to bind it. As you work, recite these words: "(Name of person), I bind you from causing harm to me, to others and against yourself." Repeat the words until the item is completely bound.

Find a body of water with a current. Go to a river or creek and face away from it so your back is to the water and the current is flowing away from you. Don't attempt to do the binding spell in a lake or pond, because the item will just sink to the bottom instead of getting carried away.

Toss the item over your shoulder into the river. It is imperative that you do not look back. Walk away from the spot where you tossed it and reflect on the binding spell. If you performed it correctly, the person would be bound to stay away from you or stop the behavior that has been bothering you.

Method Three of Three:

Powerful Binding Spell for Protection

Use this binding spell to protect yourself against another person's spells over you.
Clear your mind. Focus. When casting any spell, it is good to have a clear purpose before you start. This way, you avoid a lot of mistakes later. Do you have a justifiable reason for casting this spell (something besides personal gain)? For what are you casting your binding spell? Is there anything you need to set up beforehand to cast the spell correctly?

Gather any necessary supplies. This will vary depending on your spell.

Start with a chant. Most spells start with a chant. An example for a binding spell that protects you would be: "I bind you (name), your work, your voice and your chants. The work you did against me will not affect me."

For the spell that completes the above chant, light a red candle or a white one. You do not need both; the red candle is preferable if you have it.

After lighting the candle, pick up a piece of rope. Say, "I bind you; I stop your spell." Tie one knot in the rope.

Say, "I stop your work." Tie another knot in the rope.

Say, "Your spell is gone, your work destroyed." Blow out the candle. Imagine the spell cast on you is vanishing with the smoke. It is gone.

Know that this is only one example of a binding spell you could cast. Its purpose is to protect you. Every spell will be different, with a different purpose, but most will begin with lighting a candle and end with blowing it out. Most will require something like the rope to hold what you are binding. The chant varies depending on what you are binding.


Know what you will need before you begin. Gather all supplies before completing any part of your spell.

If you start a spell, make sure you finish it totally, or it will not work.

Know something about magic. Don't take all your advice from Web articles. If possible, find a real person who can explain it to you.

The binding spell is especially useful if the person in question is a skeptic and views you casting the spell, after which they'll definitely stay away.

Stay focused. If you lose your focus, you may mess up the spell, and it won't work as intended.


Binding spells are not toys. Use them when you absolutely have to.

Know your limits. Do not try to bind something that is more powerful than you.

Even benevolent spirits can harm you if you don't know how to work with them. Also, some bad spirits will try to convince you they're good. Because spirits bind to the spell caster, take care that you know what you're getting into before you try a spell involving any spirits.

Results not guaranteed. You may actually have to practice assertiveness and stand up for yourself or speak to the relevant authorities or therapists and get actual real-time help.
Do not practice any form of magic with which you are uncomfortable. If your gut tells you something is wrong, then it probably is.

Be aware that anything you do in magic can be turned against you, especially if you use it for revenge or personal gain. If you practice Wicca, then it is called the Threefold Rule. Any form of white magic will have a similar rule. Black magic practitioners will not acknowledge these rules, but these rules still apply to a certain extent. Treat magic with respect.

Beware that spells cast for personal gain carry consequences. There are very few cases in which it is acceptable to use a binding spell to control the free will of another living thing. Doing so for your personal gain is dead wrong - no two ways about it.

Binding spirits can prove dangerous and should not be attempted.

Spirits will almost always bind to the spell caster. This makes it hard to get rid of them.

Things You'll Need

3x3 inch piece of paper
Black ink pen
String, ribbon or paperclip

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