Healing energy is a very powerful force that restores and regenerates us at all levels. We have the power, as we tap into the Light, to create this healing energy for ourselves and for others. Kabbalah teaches that we receive the most healing for ourselves when we remember others who need healing first.

Use our REQUEST FOR HEALING on this page to add names to the healing list. We will mention their names during the Torah service and during special healing services.

With your tzedakah (donation) we can continue to provide meaningful services, studies, and share our Kabbalah4All Siddur with everyone. We thank you in advance for your generosity and support.

Moses revealed the following formula for healing when praying for his sister Miriam, and it has been used for thousands of years since. Meditating on this sequence with kavanah (deep intention) can draw down healing energy from the Divine. The sequence from the 72 Names are the same letters used to spell HaShem and also to spell Moses.

Edward ben Evelyn
Ellen bat Edith
Batya bat Dorothy
Abi Chayil bat Mayra
Ari bat Miriam
Brian ben Evalyn
Evalyn bat Yvonne
Oved Ari ben Alicia
Sarah bat Adela
Alicia bat Jovita
Edgar ben Alicia
Eduardo ben Sarah
Lupe bat Sarah
Tal Nachman ben Judy
Ashirah Davinia bat Rosaura
Kabir ben Maria Fernanda
Yvonne bat Sadie West
Suzanne Azarya bat Simchah
Amy Elizabeth bat Simchah
Simchah bat Juana
Mark ben Dorothy
Ruby bat Patricia
Lance ben Malvina
Lauren bat Ruby
Micah bat Sarah
Lynn bat Emma
Cathy bat Beatrice
Nathaniel ben Priscilla
Medad ben Helen
Sarah Rivka bat Chayah Ester
Melchor Garcia
Dottie Moody
Moshe Genut
Becky Bogue
Todd ben Sharon
Cole Younger
Jordan ben Valerie
Kyle ben Eleanor
Kylen bat Eleanor
Kayden ben Eleanor
Kamryn-Lee bat Eleanor
Eleanor bat Francine
Valerie bat Natividad
Francine bat Mary
Dontrell ben Teresa
Pablo C├ęsar ben Sara
Claudia Isabel bat Neisa
Bastian Leonel ben Claudia Isabel


You may use the following form to add or remove people from our healing list.
We generally remove all names from the list every Rosh Chodesh.

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