Cry it out, be angry, mope, let you feelings out. And then get back on the horse.
Question yourself. Why are you losing faith?
Because you asked for something but you haven’t seen any “signs” of movement/progress for a few weeks?
Because you set a timeframe on a result and it didn’t come to pass?
Because you asked for something “big” to happen, like a miraculous healing or a lottery win or a free Lamborghini and it didn’t come to pass?
My experience = sometimes faith is something you have to actively work for. If I find myself doubting or having negative thoughts or thoughts of failure, I ask myself – “who does this thought belong to? is this the thought of a ‘living god’/magician/witch who has the power to change their own reality?” or is it the thought of someone who thinks life, and even their own thoughts, are outside of their control?
ultimately, if you persist in it, faith is its own reward – faith in the general sense of “I am powerful, I control my reality, magick is real”. What do you have to lose by telling yourself that and persisting in that belief even if you are confronted with evidence to the contrary? you can persist in it, improve your mindset overall, and have it become a self-fulfilling prophecy. or you can “give up” magic entirely, let your thoughts run wild and undisciplined, and be a caught and blown every which way like a leaf in a whirlwind, thinking yourself to be at the mercy of the world, instead of the world being at the mercy of you.
i do not believe anyone can “give up” magick. i think it is a universal law that underlies all nature, like the law of gravity. and faith is belief in things unseen.
“A man is what he thinks about all day.” – Emerson
“Our [thoughts] do not recede into the past as man believes; they advance into the future to confront us as wasted or invested words.” – Goddard
“According to your faith be it done unto you.” – Matthew 9:29
“I tell you, whatever you ask for in prayer (ritual), believe that you have received it, and it will be yours.” – Mark 11:24