AjeetSinghPunjabi

Ardas against enemies

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I m not going to go into detail as to how and why i have dusht dokhis against me. 

But i do,  a LOT in office. I am harassed regularly and since their numbers are more, I am quite apprehensive of complaining to boss or HR. 

I have cursed them multiple times, 

Now  i feel like doing an ardas to waheguru that may i see these peoples downfall happening  in front of me. 

I know sikhs believe in sarbat da bhala but with such colleagues from hell , 

I am wondering if sarbat da bhala is really an option. 

I don't wanna go towards black magic because it will have a karmic effect on me

I just wanna do an ardaas in front of satgura that may he punish these dusht dokhian. May i see their downfall in front of me, while i am in office. 

 

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21 minutes ago, AjeetSinghPunjabi said:

I m not going to go into detail as to how and why i have dusht dokhis against me. 

But i do,  a LOT in office. I am harassed regularly and since their numbers are more, I am quite apprehensive of complaining to boss or HR. 

I have cursed them multiple times, 

Now  i feel like doing an ardas to waheguru that may i see these peoples downfall happening  in front of me. 

I know sikhs believe in sarbat da bhala but with such colleagues from hell , 

I am wondering if sarbat da bhala is really an option. 

I don't wanna go towards black magic because it will have a karmic effect on me

I just wanna do an ardaas in front of satgura that may he punish these dusht dokhian. May i see their downfall in front of me, while i am in office. 

Ok. What do you really want to hear, if Guru Sahib accepts your Ardas or not that's up to him not any of us. 

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3 minutes ago, Jacfsing2 said:

Ok. What do you really want to hear, if Guru Sahib accepts your Ardas or not that's up to him not any of us. 

I don't wanna hear anything. I want to see this ppl suffer in front of me and cry like how they made me cried nd tormented my soul 

I curse these creatures  from the bottom of my heart. Zaalams from hell. 

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Just now, AjeetSinghPunjabi said:

I don't wanna hear anything. I want to see this ppl suffer in front of me and cry like how they made me cried nd tormented my soul 

I curse them from the bottom of my heart. Zaalams from hell. 

Again that's between what Guru Sahib wants for what happens. Vaheguru does care and love you very much; but he also loves his other children as well, and in the same way a, (good), parent disciples their child through force so will Vaheguru give reasonsble punishment.

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11 minutes ago, Jacfsing2 said:

Again that's between what Guru Sahib wants for what happens. Vaheguru does care and love you very much; but he also loves his other children as well, and in the same way a, (good), parent disciples their child through force so will Vaheguru give reasonsble punishment.

I wish it happens in front of me. 😁

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1 hour ago, Jacfsing2 said:

Again that's between what Guru Sahib wants for what happens. Vaheguru does care and love you very much; but he also loves his other children as well, and in the same way a, (good), parent disciples their child through force so will Vaheguru give reasonsble punishment.

please don't think i wish evil on anyone but these ppl are very evil. I had enough of them

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1 hour ago, AjeetSinghPunjabi said:

I don't wanna hear anything. I want to see this ppl suffer in front of me and cry like how they made me cried nd tormented my soul 

I curse these creatures  from the bottom of my heart. Zaalams from hell. 

That is so wrong.. Sikhs are who give shanti and understanding to others. Do you practice nitnem everyday? Are you keshdhari? (if the answer is no, then please do take part in paaht and bhajan/kirtans for positivity) You should do ardas so they have understanding that talking about others like that is wrong. Even if they are speaking wrongly about yourself it is irrelevent, since your matlab should only be with work, and not other's opinions. & what difference would there be between 'black magic' and an ardas where you would want naash of someone?!!?! Ask for shanti for yourself, and theirs.. Sarbat da bhalla. 

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9 hours ago, AjeetSinghPunjabi said:

please don't think i wish evil on anyone but these ppl are very evil. I had enough of them

Have you tried talking to them and standing up for yourself?

10 hours ago, AjeetSinghPunjabi said:

I wish it happens in front of me. 😁

This is not something good at all.

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