Personally… I would do everything I can, magick-wise. I would call entities I have strong bonds with and ask them to intervene, and/or entities whose strength is in magick and protection.
And then I would make a concerted effort to stop dwelling on it.
I would take my attention away from it.
I’d be constantly vigilant of my thoughts, and if I did happen to think about it, I would catch the thought, refuse it, release it, and reverse it. “Oh this is just the curse in action – wait – no. I am not cursed. This thought is not mine, and has no power over me. I am blessed, and I allow only good things into my life.”
Your mind/brain is the machine filtering effects of the outer world into your inner world. Let’s say you feel as though you’re cursed, and then your car breaks down and your phone’s out of battery so you can’t contact your partner to tell them you can’t make it to your date that you had planned that evening, so your partner gets angry and ends your relationship. Your thoughts would probably be something like “Oh no, it’s the curse again! I am cursed! This horrible curse is ruining my life! How can I ever break out of this curse which has me completely under its control?”
Instead of doing the above, you’d be better off grounding yourself, meditating, cleansing, and then refocusing your attention on your intended/ideal outcome, instead of going home and lying in bed thinking obsessively about how you’re cursed and it’s a powerful curse and recounting everything that’s gone even slightly wrong lately and attributing it to the curse.
Your brain is a trained machine which selectively filters information and builds well-worn neural pathways based on your thinking. The more you focus on feeling cursed and being cursed, the more your brain comes to accept this as irrevocably true, and what’s more, it will selectively filter information which supports your way of thinking.
Our present mental conversations do not recede into the past as man believes; they advance into the future to confront us as wasted or invested words.
– Neville Goddard
So is my word that goes out from my mouth: It will not return to me empty, but will accomplish what I desire and achieve the purpose for which I sent it.
The “word that goes out from my mouth” is the same as the thought which goes out from your brain. Take your attention away from the feeling of being cursed and focus on being, doing, achieving more. And be persistent about it, no matter what unfortunate circumstances you encounter. No one goes through life completely unscathed; bad things happen, things that are out of our control. That doesn’t mean you need to accept the fact that you’re incurably cursed, or doomed to a life of poverty and lovelessness, or anything else. Beliefs, when persisted in, become self-sustaining. So don’t allow your monkey brain to build these well-trodden neural pathways. Go and pave your own way forward, in your brain, and you’ll reap it in the outer world.