Rabbi Shimon Bar Yochai urges the people of Israel to read carefully the section of prayers describing the compound of the incense twice in the morning and once in the afternoon , assuring them that if they do, they will be protected from every source of evil and will not come to harm in that entire day .
The blessed Red String – For Protection The color red is the foundation chakra which helps you to overcome fear. Use this string for a time you feel you need protection and when you need to overcome insecurity issues. Try not to use it more than 52 days straight, so it doesnʼt turn into idol worshipping. Wear this string on left hand makes ure its tied either with 3 , a or ten knots.
The blessed Blue String – Opening of the third eye Opening the third eye gaining clairvoyance getting clarity on issues that seem foggy. Wear this string as long as you need to get your answer
Wear this string on right hand.
The blessed Green String – Either on left or right arm or anywhere on your body. This string is infused with the energy of giving or attracting love into your soul. Use it to help you with your relationships with people.
Itʼs all about love
Tikunei haZohar is almost entirely in Aramaic, except for quotations from Tanakh that are used in building the lessons. The Aramaic of Tikunei haZohar differs somewhat from the Aramaic of the Talmud, and from the Aramaic of the rest of the Zohar.
By Tikunei haZohar’s own account, the book was composed by Rabbi Shimon bar Yochai and his son Rabbi Elazar (see the story of their hiding in the cave, below), with contribution from the soul of Ra`aya Meheimna (The Faithful Shepherd, i.e. Moshe) and from Eliyahu, of blessed memory; and with help from the souls of Tzadikim, headed by the soul of Adam haRishon and several Sabbas (“Elders”) who came from Gan Eden to reveal new secrets of the Torah to Rabbi Shimon and his “Chevraya Kadisha” (“Holy Friends”). This accords with the text of Tikunei haZohar having a somewhat different a dialect from—and much less stylistic variation than—the rest of the Zohar was compiled by Rabbi Shimon .
Tikunei haZohar is of such different holiness and wisdom that it is beyond compare to the rest of the holy Zohar. “Concerning the book Tikunei haZohar, one thousand books would not suffice to explain the secrets that are to be found there.
4 rubber bracelets each representing something:
The green one for love and friendship
The red one for sustenance
The purple one for reaching your potential
The pink one for soulmate energy
The Snail with No Shell
The Snail with No Shell
The tale of Joshy the snail is about a snail who accepts diversity and realizes that it is most important to focus on the you that is within. Joshy the snail is a thinker who one stormy night wanders far from home. During the storm, Joshy falls and breaks his shell. Instead of focusing on the broken shell he travels home as the snail with no shell, Joshy the Thinker. Along the way he sees his friends, but they do not recognize him. It is Joshy’s parents who instantly know it is him, even without his shell. They always saw the real Joshy and not the shell of what he wanted everyone to see.