To bind, or not to bind, that is the question, young witch! Binding spells are spells that seek to symbolically tie up the target in order to restrict his or her actions and bind them to a person, object, place or situation.
These spells can be positive or negative. So, what is all the fuss about in the Wiccan and white magic communities? What are the rules for binding spells? Why is it so controversial?
Before you embark upon and binding witchery, be sure to read up! There are many different schools of thought on the matter, but the one thing every witch can agree on is that you must take responsibility for the consequences of the spells you cast, whatever they may be. Therefore, it is imperative that you learn about all of the possible outcomes and why. You never want to be surprised with a threefold rebound of energy, especially when you are dealing with binding and other potentially negative castings.
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Binding in witchcraft
Witchcraft in and of itself does not make judgments about which spells are morally correct or not. That is for each individual witch to decide. Every experienced witch understands the potential for unanticipated consequences, and so long as the spell caster is willing to take responsibility for the outcome, there are no rules.
In particular, folk magic such as voodoo, gypsy magic, love spells chants and other branches, does not frown upon the use of binding practices. In fact, they are considered to be a very important tool in the tool belt! Many forms of low magic incorporate the use of talismans, amulets or poppets. These are all physical representations of another individual or situation. The rituals and spells that are cast upon these simulacra subsequently manifest in the astral plane, and then take shape in the physical world. Distance is not an issue, and binding spells are very common low magic spells.