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Month of Blessings and Prayers from the Kabbalists

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The Kabbalists at the Kabbalistic Yeshiva Nefesh HaChaim on Mount Zion will pray for the wellbeing and livelihood of those who give charity through this site and their families.

 

  • A big segula (Omnisitant Oman) for livelihood

remember to Add the names of those you would like us to pray for in the Order notes during checkout

 

Every contributor will benefit from the Kabbalah Prayers done in Holy sites and Kivrie Tzadikim done in the same month by the Rabbis and Kabbalists from Yeshivat Nefesh HaChaim.

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Those who Donate to the yeshiva and its activities here receive:

The Kabbalists at the Kabbalistic Yeshiva Nefesh HaChaim on Mount Zion will pray for the wellbeing and livelihood of those who give charity through this site and their families.

  • A big segula for livelihood
  • A daily blessing and prayer from the Tomb of King David
  • A blessing and prayer at the Kotel HaMarravi (western wall)
  • Blessings for you and your family

 

Please add any names that you would like us to pray for in the Order notes during checkout

Every contributor will benefit from the Kabbalah Prayers done in Holy sites and Kivrie Tzadikim done in the same month by the Rabbis and Kabbalists from Yeshivat Nefesh HaChaim.

2 reviews for Month of Blessings and Prayers from the Kabbalists

  1. Adi

    thank you

  2. Shifra

    Wonderful such a merit!

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