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by: LibranAngel on Nov 26, 2014

Who is G-d?
I dont know, no on really does that is sikhism.

Although you may believe this and i the other, can anyone prove to the world they are for sure correct? We dont know our creator for sure, we just choose to believe whatever it is we believe.

Sikhism doesnt try to tell you who that is, in fact they say they cant tell you because he/she is unknowable, yet is everywhere even in us. Yet Sikhs dont say whoever you believe in is wrong, there is no discrimination becuase they belive in a universal spirit g-d. Their is a belief all the g-ds are a manifestation of one infinite being. So when i refer to G-d im not specifically referring to the christian g-d.

So the reason i mention this is because sikhism is practical, spiritual and universal and encourage everyone to take a gander at it. You dont have to convert, the aim is to help. Ive noticed many people asking help here yet no one gives you what youre asking for specifically. Sometimes you cant cast a successful spell or just need guidance, sikhism can help anyone regardless of religion gender etc.

Their are many shabads (prayer mantras) that can be used instead of spells and have many people say its more successful than spells whether your good with magick or not.

Prosperity: 4th pauri of japji
Self love: 18th pauri of japji
Elevation: 23rd pauri of japji
Family Karma: 24th pauri of japji
Mental karma: 32nd japji pauri of japji
To bring intimacy in relationships: Usat ninda nanak jee

Recite them at least 11 times a day at about the same time everyday for at least 40 days. Theirs many more but just a few for show. They are in gurmukhi, but can be recited in English to both have benefits. If you are christian muslim or even jewish i recommend reading english because some words are connected to pagan deities in gurmukhi but not in English.