A while back, Rav Berland said every home should have at least one of his prayers.
And from other hints and clues from the Rav, I understood that having a prayer from the Rav in the home connects you to him, and brings you into the circle of spiritual protection.
What am I talking about?
This is a snippet from Rebbe Nachman’s story of the The Cripple:
One time, a new king [of the demons] was declared…he looked and noticed some men sitting (they were the wise man and his people), and he sent some of his men to abuse them, as was his custom always.
When the wise man’s people saw them, they became afraid, but the wise man said to them, “Do not fear.”
When the devils came near them, they could not reach them, because of the circle the wise man had drawn around them. The King [of the demons] sent other men, and neither could they. He flew into a rage and went himself, but he also could not come near them.
Let’s just say, I relate to this story a lot – and more and more, as time goes on.
So I have a bunch of prayers from the Rav that I regularly say, and right now, these are the two that really speak to me the most.
I am posting them up here, with the transliterated Hebrew (best) if you want to also say them, plus an English translation, so you understand what you are actually saying.
Prayer Number 1: To not be scared of anything and to pray for the Rav
Ribonu shel olam, kol yakol, zakeyni lisfog hakol.
Lekabal hakol b’ahava, v’lo lefached mey shum devar.
V’lo lehit-ya-esh af pam, v’le-hamin she Hashem mashgiach al kol tzad ve sha’al, al kol neshima ve neshima.
V’argish et Hashem, be kol nefesh, ruach, neshama, chaya, yehida sheli, v’bkol tenua ve’ tenua sheli.
V’etpalel yomam v’lilah al haRav ve haRabanit, she yehiyu tamid bree-im, v’tamid hazakim.
V’yiyeh itanu at kol ha 120 shana, v’yikansu itanu le Gan Eden, im ha neshama v’haguf, be briut etana.
Ve l’olam lo yihiyu holim, v’yihiyu tamid tzloolim, v’ brurim, b’higayon bari v’tzalool.
Ve tamid shkoolim l’asot ratzon Konam, v’hefetz yotzram.
Ve yarootzo tamid la’asot et ratzon Hashem, le’lo le’ot ve’ayefoot klal.
Ve ani tamid eyiyeh zariz(a) le’asot ratzon Koni, be see ha’shlemot v’simcha.
Master of the World, Who can do anything, give me the merit of absorbing everything, and to recieve everything with love.
And not to be scared of anything at all, and never to become despairing – even once.
And to believe that Hashem is controlling every step of the way, on all sides, and every breath and every breath.
And to feel Hashem, with all my nefesh, ruach, neshama, chaya, yehida [the five levels of soul], and with every action and movement I make.
And I should pray day and night about the Rav and the Rabbanit, that they should always be healthy, and always strong.
And that they should be with us until 120 years, and enter Gan Eden with us, with the neshama and the body, in firm health.
And that they should never be sick, and should always be lucid and clear, the very epitome of lucidity and clarity.
And to always weigh up to do what the Creator wants, and seek out His will, and that they run to do the will of Hashem, without any slowness or tiredness at all.
And I should always be zealous to do the will of my Creator, with maximum whole-heartedness and happiness.
This particular prayer showed up last month, when I was totally freaking out about 5—G lamp-posts, and AI face recognition cameras and body scanners all over the place, and a few million other things.
It worked really fast to calm me down, and when I combine it with half an hour of singing, dancing and stomping all the ‘bad’ away – it’s magic.
Here’s the second prayer that I really relate to, right now.
Prayer Number 2: To accept humiliation with love and happiness,
Ana Hashem, kol yakol. Zakeyni lekabel bizyanot b’ahavah, et kol ha bizyonot she b’olam, be’ahavah tamid.
Ve lo ehyeh baz lekol adam, she yesh be zeh et ha aveira she lo to’achlu al ha dam.
Ve she tamid esmach be’bizayonot she ya’asu li, ve ekabel otam be’lahat ve be’ahavah, ve be’simcha.
B’ahavah amitit, leshem shemayim.
Ki k’sh’adam mekabel bizyanot, ze be’hina shel chatan v’kallah, she nimchalim lo kol avonotav.
Ki kol mi she mekabel bizyanot be’ahava, nishma’im kol tefilotav, ve kol tefilotav mey esrot shanim metkablot miyad.
Ve oleh le nukva de pardashka, le nekev yamin, she me sham, ha’yayin v’ha’yayin d’ha’yayin.
Ve yuchal le’rapeh et kol haholim, ve le’he-hiot metim.
Ve ha malachim Nuriel, Gavriel, Michael, Raphael yilavu oti yomam ve’lilah.
Ve al yadeh ze, eknes im gufi le Gan Eden.
Ve al yadeh ze, ezkeh le ‘kad ha kemach lo calata, ve tzepachat ha shemen lo haserr’.
Ve al yadeh ze, titaber bi etzem neshmat Rabbenu HaKadosh ve’hanora.
Answer me, Hashem, Who can do anything!
Give me the merit of accepting bizyanot (being shamed and embarrassed) with love – all the bizyanot in the world, I should always accept it with love.
And that I shouldn’t embarrass any other person, because this contains the sin of ‘don’t eat over the blood’.
And that I should always be happy with the bizyanot that is done to me, and I should accept it with ardour and with love and with happiness, with true love, for the sake of Heaven.
Because when a person accepts bizyanot, this is from the aspect of a bride and groom, who have all their sins forgiven [before the wedding].
For, everyone who accepts bizyanot with love, all their prayers are heard.
And all their prayers from the last few decades are immediately accepted.
And they go up to nukva de’pardeshka, to nekev yamin, from where comes the wine of the wine of the wine. [These are all kabbalistic references.]
And then one can heal all the sick, and revive the dead.
And the angels Nuriel, Gavriel, Michael and Raphael will accompany me day and night.
And by way of this, I will enter Gan Eden with my body.
And by way of this, I will merit to “the jug of flour does not finish and the cruse of oil isn’t lacking.” And by way of this, embue me with the essence of the soul of Rabbenu Hakadosh v’ha nora.
So you see, it’s worth my while to have crazy commenters here, always looking for new ways to try to upset me and embarrass me publically.
Although I know it’s not always easy for others to read, so I’m sorry for that.
I just want to end with some snippets of an update I got sent about the Rav, Rabbi Berland.
The Rav was brought in for investigation.
They can take him just for getting information. And they can be much more strict than someone actually convicted of something…for so long as they want and under worse conditions.
This time the Rav is going to be held under stricter conditions.
The Media says otherwise with false stories and from these false stories, the police go out and arrest people. One of the names given was Rav Berland. So he was arrested and taken in for questioning. It is important to know that since he was arrested, they are not accusing him of any crime; it is just for information.
All this is ONLY what the police are saying to the Media. Headlines say he is admitting to crimes, but this is incorrect. A body was never found. Someone, long ago, asked the Rav about saying kaddish. Rav ruled yes, you can say kaddish over a missing body. They are trying to manipulate his ruling to say kaddish into some kind of admission that he knew something. “I’m sorry that your brother is missing, you may say Kaddish,” is what he said. And the police turned it into something false…
They are trying to break up the community of Shuva Banim. They want everything to crumble around the Rav, even cutting off his phone calls to the community.
We are witnessing another technique of the police to keep him locked up even though there is no trial.
They can do this, it is very unjust, but they have this right. This can go on for many years. And they can win, even without having a trial. They know that he is in bad health and can not survive in prison. They will keep him in as long as possible and force a plea bargain and that means admitting to things he never has done. They found 3 cancerous growths in his body while he was in prison that were not treated [the first time around]. One kidney was removed.
Doing a pidyon is against the law, according to them, but they can not prove this and over 380 days they detained him….without a conviction, without court.
Rav was in hospital for 3 operations during this time. Whenever he is in hospital his health becomes much worse. The Police have an easy job, they do not have to prove anything in court and can just lock him up. This is enough, because of his health, to force a plea bargain. In 2016, same thing in 2019, and same thing now — using this method. This is their way.
We must have alot of patience. Prayer can change the natural way of things.
Police can continue this for years, without discovering anything against the Rav. Even judges in the Supreme Court in Israel, say without a trial, this SHOULD be illegal. The defendant can not really defend himself. This is a Soviet, Communist method. It’s just like the mafia…to force someone to admit to things he didn’t commit.
Once you understand, that the same people who helped to create the ‘Soviet, Communist’ method, and the same people who helped to create our modern mafia, are the exact same people who created our modern State of Israel – which is going all out to try to destroy Rav Berland and his community – it gets way easier to see what’s really going on here.
The Rav is spear-heading the fight for good, and for authentic, Torah-true Judaism, and that is the only reason they are putting all this effort into trying to take him out.
They want us all to just keep mindlessly following after their Golden Calves, and bought-and paid for fake ‘moshiachs’ forever…
And to keep putting all our soul power and mitzvot and prayers into corrupted vessels, that really don’t and can’t change the world, because they aren’t connected to kedusha and true good.
That’s what all this is really all about.
So, understand that the media is the enemy of Torah and truth and geula.
The media is just doing the bidding of the evil people behind the scenes who have an unbridled appetite for destruction. And then ask yourself, why does this same media continually ‘praise’ and suck up to certain ‘orthodox’ Jewish groups, whilst continually writing baseless slanders about Shuvu Banim and Rav Berland?
That is the question.
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