Uniting the World With Prayer
Made possible by the generous support of:
Rabbi David Murad Assoulin Shlit"a and Family, Dr Ralph Madeb and Family,
Stanley Chera and Family in memory of Shoshana bat Leah,
Albert Chehebar and Family, Eli Cohen and Family, Eli Gindy and Family
Please have the following names in mind during your prayers
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TIKKUN HAKLALI OLAMI TODAY!
The force of people praying together is the ultimate power to heal the world.
Connect with us at this Powerful Moment
Lag BaOmer - 18th Iyar 5777
May 14th 2017
15:45 Israel time
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All you have to do is set aside 15 minutes on May 14th @ 3:45 pm (GM+2) and join the multitudes of people across the world reciting Tikkun HaKlali. The 10 Psalms are as follows: 16, 32, 41, 42, 59, 77, 90, 105, 137, 150. The gathering will start at 2:00pm Israel time with the lighting of the Bar Yochai fire by HaGaon Hatzadik Elazar Mordechai Kenig shlita of Zfat, The Tikkun reciting will begin at the end of the ceremony at approx. 3:45pm.
Seize this amazing moment to pray for world peace, for a better future, for good health, for the children, for prosperity, for Maschiach, for tikkun Olam, for our families, for our friends, for our people, for....
Join us at the third Tikkun Haklali HaOlami (Worldwide). The previous two tikkunim have been joined by over a million people in over 100 countries who recited this potent prayer in unison bringing light and prosperity onto the world and reshaping our common existence.
Rabbi David Murad Assoulin Shlit"a
Rabbi Shalom Arush Shlit"a
It has been well-known and accepted for centuries in Jewish tradition that any concern a person faced could be remedied through the simple reading of the Psalms of King David. Apart from their deep mystical significance, King David gracefully poured out his most intimate prayers between him & his Creator which serve today as the universal foundation of worship recited by people of all faiths and backgrounds.
Our sages teach that our souls can be refined through the power of speech and the collective power of uniting together in prayer with simple and sincere intent, creates exponential results
In 1810, a charismatic Hasidic Rabbi by the name of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov revealed that 10 specific Psalms (Tikkun HaKlali) recited in order could affect change of cosmic proportions.
“I am very positive in everything I say. But I am most positive in regard to the great benefit of these ten Psalms”, he said
These are the ten Psalms: 16, 32, 41, 42, 59, 77, 90, 105, 137, 150.
“This is the General Remedy. There is a specific remedy for every issue, but this is the general remedy”.
“Go out and spread the teaching of the ten Psalms to all men”.
Kabbalists throughout our history spoke of ten chapters of psalms, which when read in a specific order, have the power to fix the ten attributes within us and within the world, opening all our connective channels to the light of "Ein Sof". By saying these ten chapters, we have the power to bring deep healing to our own lives, and to bring a general fixing to the brokenness in the world.
Although Kabbalists throughout the centuries searched to find these ten psalms, they remained unknown until Rebbe Nachman revealed them more than 200 years ago.
He revealed to the world that when King David wrote the Psalms, he brought forth through them great spiritual awakenings, which relate directly to every individual, in whatever situation they may be. By reading these timeless words, we can be guided in our unique paths.
According to Rebbe Nachman, the uniqueness of the Psalms is that they contain the ten songs through which all of existence was created, which sustain the ten pulses in our body which give us life. He explained the great power that reading these ten Psalms have on the body and soul: “There are places so fine and narrow that no remedy has the power to penetrate them except through the General Remedy (Tikkun Haklali), which injects healing into even the narrowest, finest places. First it is necessary to apply the General Remedy, and through this all the individual flaws will automatically be rectified…” (Likutey Moharan I, 29)
Reproduced with permission from NaNach Nation
Rabbi Dror Moshe Cassouto Shlit"a
Rav Avraham Ifrah Shlit"a
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Rabbi Maimon Shlit"a
Rabbi Nasan Maimon from Breslov Torah explains the healing spiritual power of saying the 10 Psalms of Tikkun HaKlali.
Rav Shmuel Braun Shlit"a
Rabbi Shmuel Braun is a beloved teacher, mentor, lecturer. Rabbi Braun travels the globe to give workshops and classes on topics that encompass the entire spectrum of Jewish thought.
Connecting the World Through Prayer
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Renowned Jewish motivational speaker Gedale Fenster shares the importance of Tikkun HaKlali in his life
About Tikkun Haklali Olami
The Tikkun Haklali Olami is a non for profit organization which aims to diffuse and spread the recital of the "Tikkun HaKlali" worldwide.
Rabbi Nachman of Breslov coined the name "Tikkun HaKlali" which is loosely translated as the "General Remedy".
We intend to create large prayer rallies, where large crowds of people from around the globe can join and recite the Tikkun HaKlali together. We believe that the power of prayer said in unison, can bring a healing light to the entire world and the ultimate redemption.
Please join us and Rabbi David Assoulin and support this cause. Let’s bring the Tikkun’s awareness to as many people as possible. It is a small investment of 15 minutes, and the ramifications can be enormous.
Yes, all prayers are welcome as King David said : Let every soul praise the Creator !
Absolutely ! The "Tikkun Haklali" can be read in any language.
Yes of course.
Simply send us an email email@example.com and we will be glad to help you gather as many people as possible for a group recital.
No. It's true the Tikkun Haklali was revealed by Rabbi Nachman of Breslov but it has been accepted by numerous Rabbinical authorities in the Jewish World.
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