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She said: “What do most people crave most in their lives? Love.
“Some people are so desperate that they’ll come to witchcraft just so they can learn how to do a love spell.
“If you are new to the craft and simply want to be able to draw love into your life, try this easy, relaxing and moral love spell.”
She calls her love spell the Herbal Bath of Love.
Would-be witches need to run a warm bath, add lavender or rose petals to the water, light a candle and turn on relaxing music.
Nicole said: “Enter the bathtub and lay back. Breathe deeply and slowly. Visualise all of your worries and cares melting off of you.
“Let the music and the bath be the only two things that concern you in this moment.
“When you’re ready, visualise a sphere of white light encircling you in the tub. This is your cast circle. At this point, you can also invite your goddess into the circle.”
People then have to “visualise the type of love” they are looking for
Nicole said: “Visualise yourself laughing and playing and flirting with your dream man or woman.
“Once you’ve held the vision of your dream love in your head for a few minutes, say these words or similar ‘I draw to me a pure and sweet love. One that will benefit me and my soul’s journey. To the benefit of all and to harm none.'”
The phrase has to be repeated between three and 13 times before saying “so mote it be.”
Nicole said: “Release the circle when you are ready by visualising the sphere fading and the energy from within moving into space to perform the work that is required to draw love to you.
“After your herbal bath of love, continue to intermittently visualise your dream love’s image and tell yourself and the universe ‘I am worthy and ready for a pure and true love in my life.’
“With the herbal bath of love – by drawing a bath that is purifying and soothing, you are also figuratively drawing a pure and therapeutic love into your life.”
However, she warned that it was a generic love spell designed to bring someone into your life, but not someone specific of your choosing.
She said to “cast a spell over an individual who is unexpecting and unwilling” was not the “best of intentions”.
“Often these types can backfire in a way the caster doesn’t expect or even want,” she added.
There is no evidence that magic works but thousands of people believe it is possible through spells, particularly those following the Wicca religion.