All of us have certain desires & wishes in our lives. You expect that you succeed in whatever you desire. But the path to success is not so easy as it seems. You will undergo various obstacles & stressful situations during this time. But do not lose faith. Instead, recite Surah for success in everything for gravitating good results.
Duas or wazifas are really powerful in themselves. If followed religiously and consistently, then you can reach masses. Your desires can be of any kind. Maybe you wish to earn profit in your business. Maybe you want to get married to a person of your dreams. Maybe you want to get promoted at your workplace.
Every kind of wish can get fulfilled if you recite the Surah for success in everything regularly. Always remember that consistency is the key to success in every life. Just stay honest to yourself. Follow things regularly. In the meantime, you will start seeing fruitful results. As you will attract what’s right for you. By way of it, you will send positive signals to the universe to make things happen for you.
- Make a strong ablution to yourself.
- Sit in the posture of prayer. Same like you sit everyday for namaaz. You need to have complete faith in Allah Tallah.
- Make sure that you are not unnecessarily stressed out & burdened.
- Start this practice from upcoming Thursday.
- After that, take a piece of paper. Write on it what you actually desire in life. Write specifically.
- Thereafter, recite Surah Al Waqiah for 5 times in a day.
- After that, recite Surah Yaseen to fulfill your dreams for at least 7 times.
- Then, take a verse from Surah Baqarah & protect yourself from the fear of failure.
- Put that written piece of paper beneath your pillow before you sleep. Then, sleep like this every day till you recite this surah.
If you have any doubts or questions to ask, then feel free to connect with our Molvi ji through WhatsApp. Or you can also send us a mail mentioning details of your problem. Thousands of people have benefited from Islamic duas or wazifas. And, so will you succeed.