Spellwork - Level One

It is this school’s opinion that many spiritual practitioners of this age get bogged down by intellectualization of spiritual topics. You may discover in your journeys that Spirit is well beyond the grasp of mere intellect. For this reason, we place the developmental stage of knowledge acquisition, terminology, and intellectual cultivation at Level One. We also suggest you do not linger forever at this level. Study each Module until you feel familiar, and then move to the next. Once you have completed all Modules, self-progress to Level Two, where your true training will begin.

To put it another way, this stage matters a great deal now, but will mean little later. Do not over contemplate this.

Course Title: Spellwork Level One

Course Description:

This course provides an introductory understanding of spellwork, focusing on the art of crafting and utilizing spells. Participants will learn the basics of intention setting, symbolism, correspondences, and ethical considerations when working with spells.


4 weeks

Module 1: Foundations of Spellwork

Lesson 1: Introduction to Spellwork
  • Topics:
    • Definition and historical background of spellwork
    • Understanding spellwork as a transformative magickal practice
    • Ethical considerations and responsibilities in practicing spellwork
Lesson 2: Intentions and Goals
  • Topics:
    • Understanding the power of intention in spellwork
    • Techniques for setting clear and achievable intentions
    • Aligning intentions with personal goals and aspirations
Lesson 3: Tools and Components
  • Topics:
    • Introduction to magickal tools and components in spellwork
    • Exploring the use of correspondences (colors, symbols, elements)
    • Understanding the role of timing in spellcraft

Module 2: Crafting and Designing Spells

Lesson 1: Planning and Structure
  • Topics:
    • Steps to plan and structure a spell effectively
    • Considerations for timing, location, and ambiance in spellcraft
    • Utilizing a spell journal for documenting and refining spell ideas
Lesson 2: Symbolism and Correspondences
  • Topics:
    • Understanding the symbolism of various elements in spellwork
    • Utilizing correspondences (colors, herbs, crystals) to enhance spells
    • Incorporating personalized symbols and meanings into spells
Lesson 3: Writing and Empowering Spells
  • Topics:
    • Crafting spells with intention and precision
    • Empowering spell words and affirmations
    • Techniques for charging and sealing a spell for manifestation

Module 3: Types of Spells and Applications

Lesson 1: Love and Relationships Spells
  • Topics:
    • Crafting spells for attracting love and enhancing relationships
    • Ethical considerations in love-related spellwork
    • Techniques for fostering self-love and healthy relationships
Lesson 2: Abundance and Prosperity Spells
  • Topics:
    • Creating spells for attracting prosperity and abundance
    • Using spells to enhance financial well-being and opportunities
    • Ethical considerations and responsible use of prosperity spells
Lesson 3: Protection and Cleansing Spells
  • Topics:
    • Techniques for creating protective shields and wards
    • Crafting spells for energetic cleansing and purifying spaces
    • Ethical considerations in protection spellwork

Module 4: Integration and Practical Applications

Lesson 1: Personalized Spellcraft
  • Topics:
    • Tailoring spells to individual beliefs, preferences, and goals
    • Customizing spells for personal empowerment and growth
    • Balancing intuition and tradition in personalized spellcraft
Lesson 2: Rituals and Spellcasting
  • Topics:
    • Designing and performing spellcasting rituals
    • Techniques for enhancing focus, concentration, and energy in rituals
    • Creating a sacred space for effective spellcasting
Lesson 3: Manifesting Change and Responsibility
  • Topics:
    • Applying spells for personal and collective change
    • Understanding the ethical considerations and responsibilities in spellwork
    • Guidelines for using spellwork for the greater good and collective well-being