In the practice of vashikaran, different texts and traditions have mentioned different types or categories of vashikaran. These types of vashikaran are often associated with specific purposes or methods. However, it is important to note that these classifications may differ among different schools of thought and interpretation. Here are some commonly described types of vashikaran:
Hypnosis Vashikaran: This type of vashikaran focuses on attracting and attracting someone’s attention and interest. The aim is to influence and control their thoughts and feelings, making them more receptive to your intentions.
Akarshana Vashikaran: Akarshana means “attraction” in Sanskrit. This type of vashikaran is used to create a strong magnetic pull or attraction towards the practitioner. It is believed to enhance personal charisma and appeal.
Mohini Vashikaran: Mohini is a feminine form of Vashikaran, and it is traditionally associated with the power to charm and captivate others. Mohini Vashikaran is often used for love, romance and relationships.
Sarvajan Vashikaran: Sarvajan means “all people” in Sanskrit. Sarvajan Vashikaran is the practice of exerting influence and control over a large group of people or a community. Its purpose is to gain popularity, dominance or support from the public.
Shanti Vashikaran: Shanti means “peace” or “harmony” in Sanskrit. Shanti Vashikaran focuses on resolving conflicts, disputes or restoring peace in relationships or social situations. Its purpose is to calm and harmonize the energies involved.
It is important to approach any form of vashikaran or sadhana with respect, responsibility and ethical considerations. It is always advisable to seek guidance from experienced and knowledgeable practitioners if you are interested in exploring such practices.