A simple ritual to get over someone can be what you need right now to find the courage to move on. The best way to get over a broken heart is to let time heal it.
If you find yourself thinking about him (or her) long after you broke up, it’s probably time to move on. If you want to forget someone who has hurt you and made you suffer, this simple spell will help you.
In the city where I lived for the last nine years and for most of my adult dating life, it is notoriously difficult to never see somebody again. This includes your ex.
In other places, blocking somebody on Facebook might mean that you don’t run into them again for months or years at a time. On more than one occasion, I have broken up with somebody, only to, weeks later, look over and see them at the same movie as me.
At one point, it was so bad that I even had an ex buy a house behind mine less than a month after our breakup.
All of these ghosts taught me a lesson, though. When geography doesn’t allow you to move on, then you need to find a way to do so, spiritually.
Here are the fail-safe steps I follow to cleanse my life of my old relationship, and make room to bring in something new.
Get rid of all visual reminders of your ex.
Hopefully, if you’re at the point of wanting to get somebody out of your life completely, you’ve already stopped talking to them.
If you are still texting them, then what are you doing? Break the cycle by taking your phone, throwing it out in the street, and running over it twice. Leave it out there until it rains.
You’re going to want to do a deep clean of your apartment to get rid of any visual cue that reminds you of your ex. Start by putting all the items that belong to them in one box, and everything that belongs to you, but reminds you of them (for example, that salt lamp she bought you for your birthday) in another.
If you come across any samples of their handwriting, keep one to perform a binding spell later.
The same should apply to electronic communications as well. Go through your email and text messages, and cleanse your ex from all correspondences so you don’t keep encountering their name.
If you are the sentimental kind, you can simply move the messages out of your inbox and to another folder where you can look at them when you don’t care anymore. The choice is yours.
As for the boxes of material items, what you do with them is up to you. I recommend dumping their belongings on their front porch, and then, burning rubber as you squeal away.