Have you ever felt that something, but you can’t quite put your finger on what is causing all kinds of chaos in your life? Well you’re not alone – read on for how you can get things back on track. For example, Mickey came to see me a couple of weeks ago. He’d just had a promotion at work, and all seemed to be going well, but for some reason his new boss kept finding fault with what he was doing. Small, nit picky stuff, but it was enough to make Mickey feel uneasy.
“I don’t understand it,” he told me. “I’ve been doing this job for a while and know it inside out – that’s why I got the promotion. But I keep getting called out on things that aren’t quite right, even though I know I’ve come up with the goods”.
It was really starting to get to him, because if it kept on, he felt like he would end up out on his ear. Competition was tough in his job and he knew only too well that there were plenty of other people who would love to jump in and take his place.
“The only thing I can think of,” he went on, “is that someone is jealous of my hard earned success – I don’t know who, but there are plenty of candidates. I just don’t want to lose this job, and I don’t want to lose friends by accusing them of causing the problems that keep cropping up.”
After carefully going through everything that was going on, and checking out the people that Mickey was working alongside, I put together a personalised mojo hand with roots, crystals and talismans that would negate the bad influences that were being sent his way.
He admitted he was a little sceptical, but said it was worth giving anything a try, as it was making his life a misery, and he didn’t like the feeling of not being able to trust his friends.
A few days ago, he gave me a call, saying:
“I may have been sceptical about that mojo thing you gave me, but I won’t be in future.”
It turned out that one of his colleagues had been interfering with his work, changing data and things that made it look like Mickey hadn’t been giving his full attention to his work.
His new boss had spoken to him and said they had been working late and noticed that someone was hanging around Mickey’s desk and looking like he was “up to no good” and on confronting him, he admitted that he was jealous of Mickey’s success and promotion, and had hoped to take his job.
Needless to say, his boss cautioned the troublemaker and although he couldn’t fire them, had arranged for them to be transferred to a different part of the office.
He apologised to Mickey and even offered him a gift of a slap up meal for Mickey and his partner to make up for any bad feelings that had been caused.
This is just one of the uses for the hex remover – it can be used equally effectively if you suspect someone of trying to cause problems in your relationships, or maybe an ex is using voodoo or witchcraft to make things difficult.
After all, what do you have to lose except a whole lot of trouble?