The power would come from blood and from emotions. She understood that well enough, she knew what it meant to call on that kind of thing from her own spellwork. Well, that and the flames, she did always like the flames. And not everyone had to be the emotional focus of those they called on, they just had to know why. They just had to understand why. It was enough for her that the majority would.
Conflicts would happen, but she would gut people if they in any way jepordised what it was they needed to do. She needed him back, and she knew she wasn't the only one missing someone.
"Castiel will listen and he'll help. So will everyone else. They'll get in line and they'll do what you need them to do or so help me I'll make them see exactly why he chose me." She knew on some level she had to curb the demonic arrogance, the old ways. But without Sam she didn't much want to think about how much it hurt, how much she didn't know which way to turn. He wouldn't even want her doing this, he wanted her to move on, have a life with Emily, but she couldn't. She couldn't let go and she never would.
"Its funny. I used to laugh at Dean and the deal he made, a year, to get Sam back. And then Sam, everything he did to get Dean out of the cage, Mary making a deal for John, John making one for Dean, they play this game, they die, they die for each other, they save each other. They make deals and get so little time, John didn't get any time, and when Azazel told me I thought it was pathetic. I never understood it. But now, I would give anything to have them both back. I'm ignoring what he wanted from me. I'm going against the last thing he ever told me to do cause I don't know how to be in a world that doesn't have Sam in it. I guess that makes me a proper Winchester now."