On this day we complete the process started on Rosh Hashanah. The ‘verdict’ and the shape of the coming year is defined, written, and about to be sealed and executed. The last opportunity to change it is on the night...Read More
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Posted by Zion Nefesh | Sep 12, 2021
The process of Kaparot sweetens and cleanses judgments from us. The Kaparot process can be done anytime between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur before the fast begins. Read a detailed explanation of the process in PDF below (Free...Read More
Posted by Zion Nefesh | Aug 26, 2021
In short: Here are the three most important things to do and gain many ‘merits’ before Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. Teshuva – Repentance – We stop and avoid all negative actions. Commit to do good...Read More
Posted by Zion Nefesh | Jul 18, 2021
On the ninth of Av, we read the scroll of Eicha (Lamentation) on the night and in the morning. Text (PDF) at the bottom of this page. Free to download and share.
If one doesn’t have access to live reading, they can read from the text we provide here, and or watch and follow the Reading from the videos below.Read More
Posted by Zion Nefesh | Jul 17, 2021
This page was scheduled to be published when the fast begins in Jerusalem, Israel.
The ninth of Av is a day of fasting, remembering the destruction of the two Holy Temples.
During this day, we avoid any comfort or pleasure.
We sit on the floor but not directly on the ground or bare floor. We need a separation between us and the floor. A carpet, a pillow, or a low stool would be okay to separate us from direct contact with the floor that has aspects of the judgment. After mid-day (according to the Hebrew clock), we rise and sit as usual.
For more insights, listening to Torah reading, and Zohar text to read on the 9th of Av. please follow the link to the website.
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Posted by Zion Nefesh | Jun 25, 2021
On Sunday, we begin a period of three weeks from the 17th of Tammuz (Cancer) until the 9th of Av (Leo). The name came from the verse in Lamentation 1:3, it says “גָּלְתָה...Read More
Posted by Zion Nefesh | May 14, 2021
The ‘correction’ of Shavuot – תיקון ליל שבועות
The Zohar teaches us that on the night of Shavuot we do an important ‘Tikkun’. This Tikun is an all-night study in preparation for the giving of the Torah in the coming morning. First, we read from all 24 books of the Bible, then study the Idra Rabah and if there is time also the Idra Zuta.
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