Casting a spell to make someone feel guilty

spell to make someone feel guilty

As a spiritual practitioner with years of experience in spell casting, I can offer some insight into spells designed to make someone feel guilty. It’s important to approach this with caution and respect for ethical considerations. Spells that manipulate emotions can have profound effects and should be used responsibly.

Guilt spells are meant to evoke feelings of remorse and accountability in someone who has wronged you or others. These spells tap into the person’s conscience, encouraging them to reflect on their actions.

Here are some common elements used in guilt spells:

  • Intent: Clearly define your intent. Why do you want this person to feel guilty? Is it to encourage them to make amends or to teach a lesson?
  • Visualization: Picture the person realizing their wrongdoings and feeling remorseful.
  • Tools: Common tools include candles (white for purity, black for reflection), photographs, and personal items of the person.
  • Incantation: Words hold power. Craft a specific incantation that conveys your intent.

Simple Guilt Spell To Cast At Home

Here’s a basic spell you can try:


  • A white candle
  • A piece of paper
  • A pen
  • A small mirror


  1. Prepare Your Space: Find a quiet place where you won’t be disturbed. Light the white candle to symbolize purity and truth.
  2. Write Your Intent: On the piece of paper, write down the person’s name and the actions they need to feel guilty about.
  3. Visualize: Hold the mirror and visualize the person looking into it, realizing their mistakes, and feeling guilt.
  4. Chant: Repeat the following incantation three times: “By the light of this flame, may you see your wrongs, In the mirror’s reflection, where guilt belongs. Feel the weight of what you’ve done, Until you make amends, your heart won’t run.”
  5. Burn the Paper: Carefully burn the paper using the candle flame. As the paper burns, imagine the guilt settling into the person’s conscience.
  6. Close the Spell: Extinguish the candle and say a few words of closure, such as, “May this be for the highest good and harm none.”

Important Considerations

  • Ethics: Ensure your intentions are pure and justified. Misusing such spells can lead to negative karma.
  • Free Will: Respect the free will of others. Spells should guide, not control.
  • Aftercare: Be prepared to offer forgiveness or reconciliation if the person seeks to make amends.

Final Thoughts

Using guilt spells responsibly can be a powerful way to encourage self-reflection and positive change. Always approach such practices with a clear mind and a pure heart.

Feel free to reach out if you have more questions or need personalized guidance.

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