The likelihood of being on the receiving end of a curse is actually very rare, as most people do not resort to this spell work routinely, and as magical folk we will normally have shields and defences in place to deflect them!
However, if you think it has happened to you then Rachel has kindly provided a spell which might help.
You will need:
A bottle or jar
Wrap the string around the bottle/jar neck and tie a knot saying:
Any curses placed on me.
I now bury in the earth deeply.
The string I knot, once and twice,
To turn the luck and make it nice.
Now bury the bottle in your garden or if you don’t have one bury it in a bucket or pot of soil. Leave it buried for as long as you think it needs, but I would suggest three, six or nine days as those numbers often work well.
Unearth the bottle; hold it in your hands and say:
The curse was buried deep,
The hold over me can take a leap!
Now smash the bottle and dispose of the broken glass.
Curse Removing Bath/Wash
Have a shower to remove any mundane energy.
Fill your bath or a basin full of warm water.
Add 3 cups of salt to the water if having a bath and swirl it around. In a basin use 3 tablespoons.
To a bath add 10 drops of rosemary essential oil or 4 tablespoons of dried rosemary. In a basin 2 drops of the essential oil or 2 teaspoons of dried rosemary.
Sit in the water or use a clean flannel to wipe yourself all over from your basin, whist visualising the negative energy lifting away from your body and returning into the earth. See the curse break and all of the effects being removed.
You may wish to repeat the water purification bath/wash 3 days in a row.
It is interesting how much more information there is on the internet, on how to remove curses, than on how to do them.
You can watch a chat about this here
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Source and further reading –
Spells and Charms by Rachel Patterson
Practical Protection Magic by Ellen Dugan
Sticks, Stones, Roots & Bones by Stephanie Rose Bird