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
Green, Pink, Purple, Red
Pitom Haketoret Parchment
Pitom Haketoret Parchment
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 .
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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.
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What’s the benefit of cutting a sprig of sage? The sagebrush has healing properties.
Sage purifies both the physical and spiritual bodies. It removes negative energy to prevent illness and disease. Disease originates in the spiritual body and then manifests in the physical body. If it is not cleared, disease dominates.
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Two portions of Deuteronomy are written on the Mezuzah parchment scroll in their original Hebrew. The Mezuzah scroll is made from handmade parchment from a kosher animal and inscribed in black ink with a special quill pen. It is written by a specially trained, devout scribe, known in Hebrew as a sofer. The sofer concentrates intensely and writes with special Hebrew characters in the writing style of Rabbi Isaac Luria.
A Mezuzah has 713 letters. Every letter has numerous laws pertaining to its form. In order for a Mezuzah to be written in accordance with all of the laws, it must meet thousands of requirements.
If even one of the Mezuzah’s 713 letters is missing, or shaped incorrectly, the Mezuzah is rendered invalid and the commandment is unfulfilled. Even the best scribe is human and subject to error. While some errors can be corrected in accordance with Jewish law, others cannot. Therefore, when a Mezuzah is purchased from a reputable seller, it is inspected by a second scribe before being sold.
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