Our Siddur uses our very own transliteration style and follows the Nusach Edot HaMizrach (Sephardic) with elements from Kabbalistic Sages including the Arizal. Our Siddur is copyrighted, so please do not print any section without permission.
The Midnight Correction is an expression of mourning of the loss of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem and longing for the Final Redemption. The Kabbalistic reason for doing this Tikun at midnight is to consciously connect to the Shechinah (Divine Presence). (Not for use on Shabbat or Festivals, for further instructions see page 3.)
This prayer comes from the Tikunei HaZohar. It is a very powerful prayer and can assist in the acceptance of one’s prayers. In the Sephardic tradition it is recited each day before all services (Shacharit, Minchah and Arvit).
Daily Morning Service (Not for use on Shabbat, Rosh Chodesh or Festivals).
Rosh Chodesh Morning Service (Not for use on Shabbat or Festivals).
Daily Afternoon Service (Not for use on Shabbat or Festivals).
Daily Evening Service (Not for use on Shabbat or Festivals).
Reading of The Shema at Bedtime (For use on all days).