Welcome aboard for the Tikkun and the kabbalistic meditation course that you have joined, you will be included in our prayers here in King David’s Tomb. The Merit of Dovid Hamelech and all of the Kings of the dynasty of David will protect you. We would like to suggest for you a few possibilities to elevate your merits to utilize your potential of this opportunity you are welcome to choose from the following possibilities;
$18 – Your name will be mentioned in the special prayers on Erev Rosh Chodesh Adar in King David’s Tomb, plus a present of a coupon of $18 on our site.
$180 – your name will be included in the whole month of prayers for the special month of Adar (there is a lot this month)
$1800 – you will get all of the above, and also be included in pidyon Tikkun Shovavim*, Also you have an opportunity to give us a couple of names for dedications that will be included in one of our next publishings. This is a wonderful way to give honor and merits to your loved ones.
*In Shaar Ruach Hakodesh the Arizal writes about many sins and how to do tikkunim (plural for Tikkun) for them, thereby getting back the parts of soul and life force that were lost or damaged by certain sins.
Before going into the specifics, one important point must be made. These tikkunim are for the correction of the soul. This does not mean that you must not also do Teshuva. You must also do teshuva. The tikkunim is for after you have already done teshuva and you now want to fix your soul.
For each sin, there is a prescribed amount of fast days. These fasts do not need to be done consecutively.
For those who do not have the strength to fast, many Mekuballim have said that since today we are weaker and do not have the strength to fast and we should, therefore, redeem it with tzedaka (charity) instead.
Should you decide to give charity as a substitute for the fast, It is good to do so by giving it to an organization or person who understands the serious nature of these fasts. (there is a list of sins and corresponding fasts that fix the damage of the sin after having done teshuva on the website. )