Powerful Dua for Desperate Wishes: Seeking Allah’s Mercy

In Islam, a “wazifa” refers to a specific set of verses from the Quran or a collection of phrases that are recited repeatedly with the intention of seeking a particular outcome or desire. It’s important to note that in Islamic practice, while wazifas are commonly used, the belief lies in Allah’s will and mercy, and the wazifa is a means of seeking His assistance. Here’s a general wazifa for something you want desperately:

Recite Surah Al-Fatiha (the Opening Chapter of the Quran) seven times, followed by Surah Al-Ikhlas (Chapter 112) seven times, and then Ayat-ul-Kursi (Verse 255 of Chapter 2) seven times. After each recitation, make a heartfelt supplication to Allah for your desired outcome.

Additionally, you may recite the following dua (supplication) abundantly:

“Ya Allah, Ya Rahman, Ya Raheem,
I beseech You with the utmost sincerity,
Grant me [state your desire] if it is best for me,
And if not, then grant me what is better.
You are the Knower of all things,
And I place my trust in Your wisdom and mercy.

Remember to have complete faith in Allah’s mercy and wisdom, and continue to make sincere supplications while striving towards your goal through lawful means.

Ayat-ul-Kursi Seeking Allah’s Mercy
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