White magic is traditionally stereotyped as magic focused on positive effects and good health. Opposed to its counterpart, black magic, which focuses more on the manipulation of will. There are many natural associations with white magic. Similar to the way Wiccan magic is practiced, with an emphasis on the power of nature and doing no harm.

Abilities of White Magic:

White magic spells can help the user find prosperity for themselves or others in their life. Careers, money, love, wellbeing, and protection are all things you can find spells for.

Many rituals are involved, using certain objects that capture the energy of what you want to achieve. As with all magic, you must have a strong desire for success. Full belief in the abilities of the spell are the best way to see that you succeed.

If your desires are to manipulate or change someone, white magic will not work. These spells are only for bringing about positive things. You can’t force change, especially with negative intent. As we said before, black spells embody this kind of power.

How to Tell if a Spell is White Magic:

First, you should know that the element of white is just a helpful association. Magic is magic, and color is simply a handy label. White by tradition is associated with goodness, purity, and innocence.

So, if the spell has these kinds of intentions, we call it white magic. Think of the Wiccan mindset. You probably have heard, “an it harm none, do what ye will.” This embodies the focus of white spells. If you can relate these words to the spell you have, there is a good chance it is a white magic spell. Selfless acts are almost always considered white magic. The same goes for spells that only focus on the user, and no one else.

Finally, it is also important to remember that not all users of witchcraft talk about magic in terms of black and white, or other colors. Drawing a line between spells can be tricky, so they prefer to simply see spells without the lens of color.

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