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Kabbalah Jewelry History
Kabbalah Jewelry History

Kabbalah jewelry and its use throughout history Kabbalah jewelry accessories feature several protection motifs from the Kabbalah teachings that are believed to enhance positive changes in life. You might be familiar with the famous Kabbalah Bracelet, a simple red string. However, Kabbalah jewelry accessories include pendants, bracelets and rings featuring Kabbalist spiritual tools, such as the Merkabah, Ana Bekoach prayer, Hoshen stones and the 72 names of God. Kabbalah accessories have always been worn as talismans. During hundreds of years Jewish men and women have worn them for different purpose...
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Meaning Shofar
Meaning Shofar

The Shofar… Its Meaning Long connected with Judaism the shofar has found a very important place in the lives of the Jewish community. Of all the holidays in modern day Judaism the shofar is sounded during the Rosh Hashanah or Jewish New Year service. Rosh Hashanah is when the old year gives way to the new year and prayers are sent forth asking God to grant them health and happiness. The shofar is over 3000 years old but has a place of its own in the Jewish world even today. During the central Amidah prayer service the shofar is sounded at three particular points. Yom Kippur is the other occasion when the shofar is sounded. It is the day of...
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Play Shofar
Play Shofar

Play the Shofar Properly The shofar is a sound producing instrument made from the horn of a ram. Its history dates back to the biblical times when it was used for everything from sounding a warning to celebration to a call to arms. The horn of the ram is hollowed out so one can blow in to it to create sound. The most popular use of the shofar is on the New Year of the Jews when it is sounded to herald the arrival of Messiah. Apart from this it is used during ceremonies, celebrations and even for announcements. Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur are some of the occasions when the shofar is played. There are different types of shofars available like the R...
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The Development of Jewish Art
The Development of Jewish Art

The Development of Jewish Art There is a great misconception on the topic of "Jewish Art". There are those that believe that Jewish Art does not exist because it goes against their very strong religious beliefs. You may not carve images or create images of heaven or earth because it goes against the Ten Commandments : "Thou shall not make for yourself a carved image -- any likeness of anything that is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth." Is Jewish art really forbidden? The forbiddance of creating art can be a sorely misinterpreted understanding of the 10 Commandments. As interpreted in a difference sense, i...
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Dead Sea Cosmetics
Dead Sea Cosmetics

Dead Sea minerals and products know all over the world not just for beauty purposes. It is a medical product and it is a privilege to use it for cosmetics. Theses minerals have healing effects on your body. People from whole over the world come to wash their hands and bodies in the Dead Sea for the wonders these minerals can do to your skin and mind. Because these are very high quality product you don’t have to be generous with the amounts. One spoon is enough for all over your body. Because these minerals are so effective, you are not allowed to use it more than once a week. If u do that you won’t get rid of their dead cells u will get rid of...
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Judaica Hamsa Hand
Judaica Hamsa Hand

Hamsa or Chamsa as popularly called is an amulet that is associated with one of the world’s most ancient civilizations. It originated in Middle East and is important for Jews and Muslims. The word Hamsa comes from Semitic and it means hand. It looks like human hand that is symmetrical with 1 thumb on each side of three fingers. It is believed to have protective powers and it is very popular all over the world and is used in homes, offices and also worn as jewelry. Judaica Hamsa It is Jewish Belief that Hamsa can protect the owners of Hamsa from all the negative energies, evil eye and all bad luck. People wear it or use it at their home and office to get b...
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Nahcman of Brastlav
Nahcman of Brastlav

Reb Nachman of Bratslav was a leader for the Hasidim movement and had amazing impact on the history of the Hasidim as a teacher and intellectual leader, Impact that you see until today. Nachman born in Ukraine and was the great grandson of the Baal Shem Tov, founder of the Chassidic movement. Nachman grew to be an outstanding tzaddik , Brought new spirit into the Hasidic movement by combining his deep Torah knowledge with in esoteric secrets of Judaism (the Kabbalah) . Since Nachman was young and for the rest of his life he always attracted many chassidim who looked to him as their main source of spiritual guidance in their quest for God, as the Re...
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Personalized Judaica Gifts For Jewish Friends And Family
Personalized Judaica Gifts For Jewish Friends And Family

Hunting gifts for your loved ones is always daunting, but it is easy when you know what your dear ones love. Jewish friends and family will always love Judaica gifts and these gifts can now be purchased without having to travel anywhere from your home. With a computer connected to internet, you can finish shopping in minutes and get the gift delivered at the exact place at the exact time. 3 Personalized Judaica Gifts That Are Easy To Pick Jewish gifts are many, but some of the gifts are easy to pick and they fit your budget very well. Pendants With Personalized Names Finding a gift for woman is difficult and you should choose age appropriate gifts. Fort...
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Jewish Blessing Gifts
Jewish Blessing Gifts

Blessing gifts with Jewish theme For a number of physical as well as spiritual requirements, Jewish blessings predominantly focus on blessing G-d. G-d is also blessed by Jewish family before doing any mandate. Jewish prayer books contains standard prayers and blessing of Jewish people, but for particular circumstances, there are special blessings and they are not available in that standard prayer book. Hence these blessings can be a good option for gifting on specific occasions. Bar Mitzvah’s blessing: When a Jewish boy reaches at the age of 13, he becomes a full member of the religious community and that occasion is celebrated by giving him tzedak...
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Light Shabbat Candles
Light Shabbat Candles

Two ways to light the Shabbat candles The rules for lighting the Shabbat candles are very strict. Shabbat commences exactly 18 minutes before the sun sets. The Shabbat candles have to be lit at that time exactly. No lighting is allowed after that. Candles lighting is often followed b by people attending service. Shabbat candles can be lit in two ways. The first is the traditional Ashkenazic way and the second is the way that the Israeli Rabbi Ovadia Yosef is trying to revive, i.e. the Sephardic way. For both you need the same things: A clean table that is no higher than chest level and not lower than the knees. Waist height is best. Clean...
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