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Don't Let Keri Get You Down! PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Rabbi Aharon Rota   
Tuesday, 03 February 2015

Don’t Let Keri Get You Down!
By Rabbi Aharon Rota, author of “Taharat HaKodesh”

The main thing is not to let an accidental spilling of semen (keri) pull you down into depression and worry, and the fear that it will happen again. Don’t let excessive fear haunt you.

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Rebbe Nachman’s “Tikun HaKlali” - Preface PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Tzvi Fishman   
Tuesday, 03 February 2015

Tikun HaKlali

Preface

[Skip to the ten psalms of the Tikun HaKlali]

Rebbe Nachman of Breslov (1772-1810) was a great-grandson of the Baal Shem Tov, founder of Hasidism.

The Tikun HaKlali (תיקון הכללי) is considered by the Breslov Hasidim to be a comprehensive rectification for all sins - in particular the sin of spilling semen in vain through involuntary nocturnal emission, masturbation, premature ejaculation, and other sexual sins. The Tikun HaKlali is a set of ten Tehillim (Psalms) whose recital serves as repentance over these sins. It is comprised of the following ten Psalms, said in this order: 16, 32, 41, 42, 59, 77, 90, 105, 137, and 150.

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Rabbi Moshe Feinstein on Spilling Semen in Vain PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Tzvi Fishman   
Tuesday, 03 February 2015

Sometimes, people say that this website is misleading in its emphasis on Kabbalah, and that its fire and brimstone warnings and strict interpretations are not justified, and that publishing these teachings is potentially injurious, since realizing the weight of the transgression could bring a person to depression and despair, causing him to abandon Judaism altogether, G-d forbid. Especially, they claim, because masturbation, or spilling semen in vain, are not prohibited by the Torah. 

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Forbidden Thoughts PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Rabbi Aharon Ratta   
Saturday, 06 December 2014
Behold, the Torah prohibitions that concern forbidden thoughts (like worshipping idols, heresy, and sexual fantasies) are considered transgressions, even if they are not acted upon at all. The thought itself is already a transgression.
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The Laws of Marital Relations - Part 1 PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Rabbi Mordechai Eliahu   
Saturday, 06 December 2014

By Rabbi Mordechai Eliahu, Former Chief Rabbi of Israel, excerpted from his book, “Darkei Taharah,” Chapters 19-24.

Laws of Marital Relations (Rabbi M. Eliahu) - Part 1
Laws of Marital Relations (Rabbi M. Eliahu) - Part 2
Laws of Marital Relations (Rabbi M. Eliahu) - Part 3
Laws of Marital Relations (Rabbi M. Eliahu) - Part 4
Laws of Marital Relations (Rabbi M. Eliahu) - Part 5
Laws of Marital Relations (Rabbi M. Eliahu) - Part 6
Laws of Marital Relations (Rabbi M. Eliahu) - Part 7

“BE HOLY!”

It is written in the Torah:
“Speak to the entire community of Israel, and say to them, Be holy, for I the L-rd your God am holy” (Vayikra, 19:2). The meaning of “Be holy” in this verse is to separate oneself from forbidden sexual relationships (See Rashi, there).

Last Updated ( Saturday, 06 December 2014 )
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Be Fruitful and Multiply! PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Michael   
Sunday, 26 October 2014

Be Fruitful and Multiply!


by the revered Kabbalist, HaRav Eliyahu Leon Levi

“And G-d blessed them, and G-d said to them, Be fruitful and multiply, and fill up the land.” (Bereshit, 1:28.)

The very first commandment of the Torah is the mitzvah “to be fruitful and multiply.” This obligation precedes all of the other commandments of the Torah.  For the Divine Presence does not descend to illuminate its earthy branches except through the decent of heavenly souls into this world. For this reason, a man must be fruitful and multiply, in order to bring celestial souls into this world. For when a soul is brought into this world, an exalted heavenly light spreads forth below. Thus, this is a very great mitzvah, immeasurable in its worth, and all other commandments are dwarfed beside it.

For this reason, a man who has not yet married and started a home, it is like he has not yet achieved anything. For this mitzvah is the foundation of the world, and all of the other commandments do not come to life except through this commandment, since everything else is dependent upon it, since through it all of the other commandments may be observed in all of their wholeness.

There is no way for any Jew in the world to ascend the ladder of holiness and to enter its inner chambers until he is married. 
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The Forbidden Fruit PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Tzvi Fishman   
Sunday, 26 October 2014
If you have trouble guarding your eyes, you are not the only one. The problem began a long long time ago with Eve in the Garden of Eden. Mankind has been suffering the consequences ever since.
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Mikvah Magic PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Rabbi Aryeh Kaplan   
Sunday, 12 October 2014

The Baal Shem Tov revealed to his students that it was due to his mikvah immersions that he attained his transcendental levels of holiness. And even though it is also said that he attained his exalted stature due to his fervent praying, both explanations are true, for it is precisely the purification of the mikvah that brought an awesome holiness to his prayers.
Since it is the beginning of the week of "Yesod" in our Omer count, when we are engaging in tshuva and spiritual purification from sexual sins, it is a fitting time to remember the powerful purifying powers of a mikvah. In doing so, we will draw from the fountains of insights found in the wonderful book, “Waters of Eden,” written by Rabbi Aryeh Kaplan, may his memory be for a blessing.
 

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