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We Are All Addicts Trying to Escape Self-Consciousness - Rabbi YY Jacobson
How can you prevent your children from addiction? Rabbi YY Jacobson provides tools for hope, healing and recovery
Healing a Marriage - It’s Never too Late!
You may be surprised to learn that some simple advice could save your relationship. Rabbi Zamir Cohen provides practical guidance for repairing a marriage
Netanel Menat & Malchus Choir: ’Habeit Na’ - Vocal
The new song reads in the prayer, “הבט נא, רחם נא, למען שמך,” in prayer for the safety of all your people Israel, for the healing of all the afflictions of Israel and for true prayer for complete redemption in our days, when the words of the song: “ברחמיך הרבים ה’ אלוקינו, חוס ורחם והושיעה צאן מרעיתך “ Resonate and pierce every Jew
Kosher Energy Work
Hi. I am interested in energy work and I was wondering if there is a “kosher” Way of doing energy work and if so, which books or courses would you recommend?
Hi Rabbi, I have adult ADD and was wondering what is the best treatment for it? This bothers me every day and Id really like to study again without this struggle Thank you
Wording in Tefillah
In the daily Amida, in the section on health and healing it says (Artscrol) "Heal Us, Hashem then we will be healed; save us - then we will be saved. " Why doesn't it just say "heal us, save us"?
‘I Am G-d That Heals You’: A Segulah and Prayer from the Chida for Iyar
Discover the unique strength of the month of Iyar to heal and more
Medical Remedies in the Month of Iyar
7 Facts about the month of Iyar and its inherent ability to help people heal even beyond natural means
question of a divorcee here in our community in philadelpia
i have guided a couple in family peace who have eventually unfortunately gotten divorced recently the woman has opened up to me, the wife of the rabbai in a very open and painful way and with her permission i am contacting you. i am baalat teshuva of 6 years outof which i have been in the midrasha for 4 years (college) i got married and got divorced 4 months after marriage after a problem was detected in my husband. this was the underlying problem i was having doubts on before our wedding.after our wedding i was a substitute for a woman who was out on maternity leave and i finished the job before pesach/passover. i have left the house which we lived in together and moved to a rented appartement in jerusalem. i am more in my parents house though, since i feel i need comfort and familiartity.the way which i have been living my life was a very logical existence. i have always used my mind over my emotions this is before my wedding in college and even more so after my wedding. in the realm of being a wife i have done only that which is correct and reight and never that which i wanted, this was also so in preparation to my wedding- untill it all blew up. i feel thisis the reason y i have ignored the problems prior to my weddng because i did not emotionaly connect to my problems. this also caused me to become further from Hashem. in college i felt i could not go down a level in my service to Hashem because all the girls so respected me and i felt like such a good person i didnt want to go down , however now i am trying to get myself back together and chill a bit. i wake up late without being stringent on the time one should say the shema. i do however pray twice a day like i always have . it is without soul though. it is not that i have had tremendous feelings which have dwindled down with time- only that from teh beggining i have felt it to be hard on me to pray but i didnt listen to my heart and i prayed the full prayer and now i am cutting down on it. on the other hand however i feel so strongly about Gd and i am very connected to Him and i very much defend Him in the face of others. i therefore dont understand y my heart is closed to prayer . my question is how do i proceed now? i have read here on the website of hidabroot that if someone were to ask me whom i like i am to answer Gd i felt a strong negativity to this something in me felt pushed down, and it is not that i am angry at Gd that i got divorced- on the contrary i am so thankful for now i have time to heal and become a better person. i feel angry at Gd that i cannot feel released and happy. i always feel like i am not doing good by Gd and that i am not doing enough to serve Him. many people feel bad about themself and then the y repent and they feel all good with themselves however i feel like there is always place for a better repentance. i am sorry that that the question is so lengthy i feel however that only to rav zamir i can listen since i am having a very hard time with listening to rabbanim now since i feel like they havent put enough care to my case before my wedding and have just said that i am a regular bride afraid of marriage and change. and many great rabbais dont listen to other great rabbais so the thing is a confusion for me. please let me know if rabbai could be of any assistance,
This Shabbat Is Auspicious For Healing
Even beyond the realm of the natural.
Is there a segulah to restore one’s health?
I am an Israeli who lives abroad. Lately, I’m unable to read for long periods of time. After reading for 20 or 30 minutes, I desperately need to rest after the exertion. This situation troubles me and I’m looking for a segulah that will miraculously restore my eyesight and my general strength to its previous vigor. In general, my overall health is deteriorating and there is no medical remedy.
The Rambam on Health and Nutrition: Forget Everything That You Believed About Disease
Avner Shaki, a Hidabrut website writer, participated in a health workshop that was led by experts in natural healing and the Rambam’s writings. For a week he tasted only fruits, vegetables and legumes, and didn’t get near pizza and chocolate. He survived to tell the tale
I have many dreams about demons
As of late, I have been having many dreams about demons, and there is also an angel in these dreams and he helps me and protects me from the demons. In addition there is also a girl that helps me but I do not know her and I've never seen her in real life. The demons all the time want to kill me because they say in the dream that I had ruined their plans (I have no idea what they're talking about). And in my last dream yesterday, this girl was not there, nor was the angel, there were just the demons that in the beginning began to burn me and afterwards cut me with a knife and that's how I died. But the dream doesn’t end there. I appear in the Afterlife with a white light above me. I ask someone to take me with him. But nothing happened after that. I remember that I came back to life as a demon and here ends the dream. What does it mean, and why lately have I had so many dreams about devils who want to kill me? And I also have no idea what’s the reason no one tells me anything in the dreams besides I ruined their plans (of the demons). Thanks in advance.
Bad Dreams & Nightmares
Shalom, I have been living in Switzerland for a few months, and while it is my husband who is the rabbi, people come to me for advice. I had a friend here who suffers from terrifying nightmares. I thought it was because there is a tremendous rift between her and her family that doesn't seem to be ending, particularly between her and her mother. In the latest dream, her father is chasing after her with a knife and everywhere she goes there is something that is protecting her from him. Is there a connection?
Tomer Devorah - Chapter 5 - Visiting the Ill and Healing Them
How does one who visits the sick help the ill person to recover? Learn how the Divine energies of life flow from above into the physical world.
From Martial Arts to Chasidut: The Story of Dror Pirus
Dror Pirus wanted to improve his knowledge of natural forms of healing, but in the end he found the natural cure for his own soul- the Torah.