Before You Cast a Spellby Carl McColman
Alas, many of the books on magic that are currently available seem to fall into the "give-a-fish" variety. They contain spells -- lots of them. They might also include some general pointers on how to write your own spells. But so many of these books do not teach the spiritual principles of magic. Even if you manage to pull off a successful spell by following the instructions, you're left without the deep understanding that is necessary to take your magical work further. By contrast, Before You Cast a Spell aims for more of the "teach-how-to-fish" approach. By explaining the universal laws and principles that form the foundation of magical practice, this book can help you find the confidence and skill essential not only to writing and casting your own spells, but to applying magic to every area of your life, from now on.
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Well written and simplistic, this is the best book for someone wanting to understand Magick, what should & shouldn't be done. It explains the reason Magick works, and the helpful and hurtful ways it can be invoked. Carl clearly expresses why we should be careful and refrain from casting every time something doesn't go our way. I keep two copies so I can loan one to folks that are searching for their path.
There are more books on the shelves these days on how to cast spells. Some of them I have found to be quality - then there are others. This book is good because it does lend a little more than the norm to spirituality; however, there are better books out there.