The question “What is White Magic?” is a common one. Today I want to shed some light on the subject of what white magic is and what it isn’t. White magic believes in the mystical strength of the elements and eliminating any negativity that is surrounding you without causing harm or injury to others. Its magic holds the power to heal, protect, and bless, making good dreams come true. The followers of white magic give equal importance to positive energy, and the means to achieve it.
While black magic is not concerned about the harm or injury that it can cause one another for the achievement of the final outcome. The believers of white magic practices like Wicca refrain from evil energies due to the three-fold law.
Typically, white magic is used to heal the mind, body, and soul from the negative and harmful energy surrounding it. White witches strive to shield one from jinxes and curses that make the procurement difficult. Many resorts to positive magic to clear the path to their destiny, believe in its power to bless new ventures, and gently uplift the mind from any destructive feelings. Common white magic spells are luck spells true love spells, among many others. Such spells are cast and used with the clean and pure intention of doing good.
White magic is the practice of magic that is not for the self or for any malevolent purpose. It is the use of magical powers to create something positive in the world, e.g. a happy result, a new life, a new love, etc. It is thought that the world is inherently a positive place, and when you tap into the energy of the universe, you will be tapping into the positive energies that already want to help nature and humanity.
White witches are practitioners of high ethics and morals because they use their powers and abilities towards the good. Unlike those who resort to dark magic to cause destruction, evil, and harm. Often, all witches are stereotyped as all being evil, dangerous, and who resort to black magic. They are wrongly looked down upon even though the vast majority of practitioners use magic for good and have only good and peaceful intentions. It is about time that the notion towards Wiccans and other white magic practitioners changes.
Many believe that it is white magic that is making the world go round, and it is the real magic that always sustains. How else would you explain the miraculous and almost surreal Godly events that practitioners and witches make happen?