Tikun Klali – The general correction of the soul (Hebrew-Russian)

If a person does not succeed in delaying his spiritual fall in time, and he violates the explicit prohibitions of the Torah, he must be ready to cope even with this. In Likutey Moaran (2:12), Rabbi Nachman tells us that when a person is at the bottom, bogged down in a quagmire, he has a special opportunity to discover the highest levels of holiness that are hidden there, but only if he firmly decides to search God, wherever he is.   Despair is not only meaningless, but it can lead to an even lower fall. But how can a person escape despair when he realizes the seriousness of these moral crimes?   Repentance always helps, and most importantly, do not repeat your evil deeds. Rabbi Nachman teaches that a person can completely correct the sin of breaking the covenant if, after repenting, he immerses in a mikvah and reads the following Psalms (in order): 16, 32, 41,42, 59, 77, 90, 105 , 137, 150. After that, a person should continue to strive for excellence, without worrying about what happened.     These ten Psalms are known as Tikkun Klali. In Likutey Moharan (1: 29), Rabbi Nachman explains that if a person can correct the sins associated with breaking the Covenant (that is, with a sin that includes all other sins), he will also correct everything else. Therefore, the correction ("tikun") of the Covenant is called the Tikun Klali ("General Correction").     In addition, Rabbi Nachman said that these ten Psalms have special power. Rabbi Nachman promised in the presence of two witnesses that if a person reads these Psalms at his grave in Uman and donates a coin for alms in honor of Rabbi Nachman, he will make every effort to help this man escape from the depths of the abyss, no matter how he fell low.     To the one who reads Tikun Klali, the Almighty sends health and luck in all his endeavors, helps him both materially and spiritually.     In the book you will find Tikun Klali with Russian translation and transliteration, as well as a fascinating prologue. Order now!
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description of book If a person does not succeed in delaying his spiritual fall in time, and he violates the explicit prohibitions of the Torah, he must be ready to cope even with this. In Likutey Moaran (2:12), Rabbi Nachman tells us that when a person is at the bottom, bogged down in a quagmire, he has a special opportunity to discover the highest levels of holiness that are hidden there, but only if he firmly decides to search God, wherever he is.   Despair is not only meaningless, but it can lead to an even lower fall. But how can a person escape despair when he realizes the seriousness of these moral crimes?   Repentance always helps, and most importantly, do not repeat your evil deeds. Rabbi Nachman teaches that a person can completely correct the sin of breaking the covenant if, after repenting, he immerses in a mikvah and reads the following Psalms (in order): 16, 32, 41,42, 59, 77, 90, 105 , 137, 150. After that, a person should continue to strive for excellence, without worrying about what happened.     These ten Psalms are known as Tikkun Klali. In Likutey Moharan (1: 29), Rabbi Nachman explains that if a person can correct the sins associated with breaking the Covenant (that is, with a sin that includes all other sins), he will also correct everything else. Therefore, the correction ("tikun") of the Covenant is called the Tikun Klali ("General Correction").     In addition, Rabbi Nachman said that these ten Psalms have special power. Rabbi Nachman promised in the presence of two witnesses that if a person reads these Psalms at his grave in Uman and donates a coin for alms in honor of Rabbi Nachman, he will make every effort to help this man escape from the depths of the abyss, no matter how he fell low.     To the one who reads Tikun Klali, the Almighty sends health and luck in all his endeavors, helps him both materially and spiritually.     In the book you will find Tikun Klali with Russian translation and transliteration, as well as a fascinating prologue. Order now!

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