Can’t Sleep

Please say Tehilim for גנאדי בן ראיסה. B”H – ב״ה, Ganadi is still alive (refer to Terror During Chanukah, December 8, 2015). But he is fighting for his life. I just finished saying Tehilim for him by spelling his name in קיט – 119 (refer to Tehillim 119, and Tehillim 119 – part 2, March 25, 2015). Or  just say whatever prayer you feel like saying. Just pray for him. Please share. Prayer really helps. Now maybe I can go back to sleep. Share this:TweetMoreEmailPocketShare on...

Tehilim 119 – תהילים קיט – Part 2

An even stronger tool than just repeating a person’s name is actually spelling out a person’s name in Tehilim 119 – תהילים קיט. This is how it’s done. 1.  I say the Yehi  Ratzon – יהי רצון in the beginning of the book of Tehilim. It is a very beautiful Yehi   Ratzon. It talks about King David – דוד המלך, who wrote most of Tehilim. It describes the spiritual beauty and power of the letters, words and sentences. A very Kabalistic Yehi Ratzon. 2.  I say the Lachu Neranana – לכו נריננה. Also on the same page, under the Yehi Ratzon. (On Shabbat, you skip the Yehi Ratzon and just start with Lachu Neranana). 3.  I say Tehilim 1 – פרק א. Can’t explain why, just something I feel is right. I didn’t do this in the...

Tehilim 119 – תהילים קיט

Tehilim  – Psalms 119 – תהילים 119 This is the longest chapter in Tehilim. The reason being that there are 8 sentences for each letter in the Hebrew alphabet. Some of the chapters are harder to understand, but these sentences are much easier to comprehend. The more you say them the easier it becomes to understand and delve into their depths. It’s almost as if the sentences, words and letters begin to dance and flow around you. As I write this, I close my eyes and I am engulfed into their heavenly presence. I can feel G-d’s strength and beauty in each letter. I close my eyes and feel like this tingle that passes through my body. This for me is a moment with G-d. I close my eyes and I feel Him all around me. It’s as if I am taking a...