The Spell Reversal is best used to reverse a spell that was either cast by you, for you, or on you. It will effectively break the spell, remove the energy, and reverse the spiritual energy to its original state.
Anyone who casts a spell should recognize that this is a serious action and one which should not be entered into lightly. However, some spells, whether they have been cast against you or be of the kind you have cast toward someone else, necessitate cancellation.
The most common reason for spell reversals though arise from people who are attempting to prevent a spell being actioned when it has been cast toward them, and, most often, these are of the negative kind.
Spell reversal does not act in any way like a revenge spell. It does not turn negative energy coming toward you back on the aggressor. Nor does it emit any retaliatory energies or even act as a shield. A Spell Reversal does exactly what it says; it reverses the very nature of the spell itself and essentially neutralizes the energy.
A spell reversal can also neutralize a spell you have cast. You may have cast a spell in haste, or even against the wrong person. The spell you have made might be too severe in nature, or it might even be the wrong spell entirely. Yet, whatever you have done, rest assured that it can be undone, and you can return things to the rightful order.
One other way in which Spell Reversals can achieve a positive end is when a spell has been cast against someone you are associated with, but the spell is indirectly and negatively affecting you. This is a more difficult aspect of spell reversal and infrequently used, but it can be actioned if necessary. For example, maybe your employer has attracted a spell which is damaging his business. Then, in turn, as the business begins to fail, your employment is threatened. In this situation, provided you are aware who has cast the original spell, then my Reversal Spell can be used to neutralize it and disperse the negative powers causing the problems. Often though, when it comes to reversing spells that have indirect effects, the unintended victim is unaware that a spell has even been cast much less understands who the caster is.
Yet we can see that Spell Reversals are extremely useful. It does, though, highlight the importance of when you are involved in spell casting, thinking through the issue, and ensuring that any spell you cast is done correctly, aimed accurately, and thought through very carefully before you send the spell in the first place.