Spells, often found in New Age bookstores or perhaps even passed down through families, often require certain stipulations to be in place before casting the spell. For instance, many spells need specific natural “ingredients” of sorts, such as a particular stone or plant found in natural habitats. Spells are also more potent during set phases of the lunar cycle (depending on the type of spell you wish to cast) and at certain times of the year, particularly the Solstices and Equinoxes.
This kind of pinpoint reading is wonderful when it happens, and it certainly provides a lot of good advertising fodder for whichever intuitive got the bull’s-eye. But my whole philosophy is allowing my client the free will she/he came down here to exercise, perhaps teaching them what they need to do to have a good relationship as well as what the new partner should bring in their emotional and mental suitcase.
"The Traditional Witches' Formulary and Potion-making Guide is a reference to help you create powerful magical potions. It contains 200 special formulas for oils, powders, ink, incense and washes from different magical practices and traditions along with information about beneficial timing, incantations and other aspects of potion-making. All of the formulas given here employ natural ingredients with the exception of those that call for food dyes as colorants."
The important thing to do now is not to interfere with the flowing of energy by continuing to worry about it. When you cast spells, you must have complete faith they are out there working on your behalf. So when those doubts creep in, dismiss them, “money can come from anywhere and I am open to the abundance of the Universe.” Also remember that your wish may be delivered in other ways, not just cash in your pocket. You might get a large refund. You might be given a turkey for your dinner. It could be anything. Put your spell paper somewhere safe and revisit it in January to see how it worked out.