Djinns Aren't Your Slave.

Tips and tricks for connecting and making wishes with djinn.
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Re: Djinns Aren't Your Slave.

Postby Suess » Sat Jan 24, 2009 3:36 pm

I love my Djinn! :inlove: They're my friends mostly but they help me out when I need it. ;) (Better than some real friends If you Kwim?) :shh:


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Re: Djinns Aren't Your Slave.

Postby Wasnt_Me » Sat Jan 24, 2009 7:14 pm

Rain Dog wrote:Where did this idea of slaves come from?

Is it the misunderstanding of the Master-Servant role?

You seem to have taken something personaly..what happened? :?



My sentiments exactly. I'm actually a little offended by this thread, no offense, but I treat my djinn with the utmost respect and they are family before anything else. When they piss me off they know it, and when I'm happy they are the first to reap the rewards, but they are shown that respect in every regard.

I am glad you care enough about your djinn to write a thread about proper respect, but the people that treat their djinn like slaves are not here.

I wouldn't have waded through some 40 odd pages of google to get here if it wasn't for respecting their wishes.


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Re: Djinns Aren't Your Slave.

Postby thebalance116 » Sat Jan 24, 2009 9:00 pm

If u like slavery or have dictatorial-style. I suggest Imp. but they can be real trouble sometimes.


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Re: Djinns Aren't Your Slave.

Postby Mongrella » Sat Jan 24, 2009 9:59 pm

Wasnt_Me wrote:Thanks for the post, but you're probably preaching to the choir.

If someone buys djinn to treat them as slaves, they probably have to do a lot of work on the type of human being they are in the first place.


Good point!


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Re: Djinns Aren't Your Slave.

Postby estrella » Thu Feb 19, 2009 8:27 am

Good post, mcm. I agree very much.

I remember seeing posts where there are some who seem to imply that as keepers, or rather 'masters', we need to be controlling with our djinns. I do not like this as well and believe strongly that we can be friends with them. I'm sure they will appreciate.

They maybe born to do stuff for us but that doesn't exactly translate them into servants or slaves.



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Re: Djinns Aren't Your Slave.

Postby Vortex » Thu Feb 19, 2009 12:21 pm

I prefer to treat them as friends rather than as servants too.


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Re: Djinns Aren't Your Slave.

Postby DollyLama » Thu Feb 19, 2009 7:42 pm

Wasnt_Me wrote:Thanks for the post, but you're probably preaching to the choir.

If someone buys djinn to treat them as slaves, they probably have to do a lot of work on the type of human being they are in the first place.


Very True. I would think that the CH forum members would be among some of the most educated on Djinn. I, for one, have always held my Djinn in high esteem. I have great respect for him and ask things of him in most humble fashion let me tell you :angel: I would never take him for granted or treat him like a slave, servant, or maid. I would rather cherish and spoil him. I've always felt that the respect is returned and, thus, have never felt the need to be domineering or to "wear the pants" in any situation with my Djinn. Actually, I never felt that it was my place to do so. He has never been rebellious or disrespectful so I never felt the need to be his mother and tell him "There are rules in this house." After all, he's thousands of years old while I am 36, so who am I to tell him what to do? I'm the child in this relationship. Frankly, I think myself fortunate to be his human. If he takes it upon himself to grant a wish, well, then, I am blessed indeed.




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