Wish Manifestation Spell

This has always been my “default” spell.

When I really needed something but didn’t want to go looking for a spell or creating one, I always reverted to this spell – and there’s a reason for that.

It works.

At least, for me it does. As well as a lot of other people I have shared it with.

I didn’t create this spell. I edited it a bit, and I can’t even find the original creator, but nevertheless, I decided to put it on here. Also, this spell was originally posted on Spellsofmagic.com, under my own account.

So, let’s get started!

Wish Manifestation Spell

Use: A general spell used to grant your wish. Works best if you also put some effort into whatever it is you desire, but has worked either way.


  • A candle (light blue, white, or light purple has worked best in the past)
  • paper (just a small paper)
  • Pen or marker. No pencil.


Tear out a piece of paper that is about an inch or two in length and width. Its best to use a pen, or maker, and not a pencil. Write down the following:

  • Your name
  • Your birthday (00/00/0000 or (00/00/00)
  • Your wish
  • Current date

Chant the following:

“While many without faith may dismiss,
I promise to always believe in this wish,
and in the things, I am yet to learn,
so grant me this wish I soulfully yearn.”

While still chanting the following, fold the paper three times and place it in the candle (or on a fire-safe dish). Now watch the paper burn and continue to chant. Imagine the outcome. When you think the wish will come true, you can either let the paper burn out, or blow the candle out.

The spell usually works the following day, depending on the wish.

Chant as many times as you want. Personally, I found that chanting it 10 times or even 25 has worked best.


And that’s it.

Did you do the spell? Feel free to share your thoughts here.

Author: Kaia Blackwood

Born with psychic gifts to see the future, I guess you can say witchcraft just found me. When I started really diving into the magick of all things witchy, I quickly fell in love - and so did my group of friends! However, I never really followed other traditional spiritual paths like Wiccan or Norse Paganism, and I never really knew what to call "my path". No other name seemed to fit right, and I realized that maybe others feel the same way. So, why not build a community that accepts ALL beliefs, no matter how small?

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