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Behar-Bechukotai, 21 Iyar 5778
May 6, 2018

This month of Iyar is an opportunity for healing of body, heart and soul. One way we can heal is through a deeper connection to the Light of the Creator. Meditation, prayer and mitzvot are the tools we can use. Meditation can be simple, like focusing on one of the Divine Names or observing your own breath. Prayer is either structured in the form of a blessing or can be an utterance from within. Many confuse prayer with asking the Creator for things we want or need. Prayer, according to the Kabbalists, is about becoming aware and awakening the divine spark within each of us. Mitzvah (plural - mitzvot) is often mistranslated as "commandment" or "good deed", but the root word comes from the Hebrew word "to bind." So a mitzvah is really a way to bind ourselves to the Divine through performing a certain act or using a certain tool. As we start making a practice of using these tools this month for healing, we will be able to take this practice into the rest of the year.

Shavua tov,

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Parashat Behar-Bechukotai
Torah Portion:
Vayikra (Leviticus) 25:1-27:34

Yirmiyah (Jeremiah) 16:19-17:14

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