Do you really want to be with her or are you just horny?
I broke up with a long-term girlfriend some years ago, and we ended up having sex again a bit after the breakup. I credit Paimon for that one. The sex was nice but I broke up with her for a reason.
I think you should take some time to really sit and meditate on this one. The only reason I stayed with this girl for as long as I did was because I was afraid of not getting to have sex. Hot girls are in abundance, including hot girls who you are actually compatible with and who respect you.
Getting out of a relationship, especially one that’s been going on for a while, is rarely easy, and it’s not uncommon for people to reconsider their decision. I would think about why you broke up with her and if those reasons are something that can be changed. If so, then by all means, talk to her and see how it goes. I’m guessing the both of you contributed to the relationship falling apart, so if you cannot both clearly communicate with each other about what displeased you then I wouldn’t even bother.
Any relationship needs to have some uncomfortable moments where you communicate about boundaries and what you want from the other person. If you don’t do this it gets toxic. You can’t get along with everyone, and you most definitely can’t have a close romantic relationship with just anyone, but I would say that it is true that people who would otherwise be compatible drift apart due to a lack of good communication. Good communication can also plainly reveal that it just won’t work out because you both need things that the other person just can’t give you.
That sounded a bit doom and gloomy, so I’ll say that it is certainly possible that you could repair the relationship. I’ve been through some pretty rough patches in relationships of mine where we emerged out the other side all the stronger. This always, always, always involves clear and open communication and a level of emotional maturity, patience, and strength on each side. Some people are just plain toxic and there’s really not much you can do but walk away as they blow themselves up with their own emotional hand grenade. There is absolutely no reason for you to go down with them. Some magick would absolutely be helpful as well, and I’d suggest using whatever method or working with whatever spirit you have confidence in.
And maybe I’m just projecting, but if you are more concerned about her personal life and what she has chosen to do after her boyfriend broke up with her, then I’d really recommend sitting down, having a think, and taking a good hard look at yourself and the relationship.