Ensembles Rabbi Nachman power prayers you need to have a Simchat Purim
As a component of the jubilee like climate of happy Purim, numerous youngsters and grown-ups wear costumes.
Some credit this convention of costumes to the way that Esther at first "conceal" her Jewish personality.
Presently a lively and generally honed custom, some dress as characters from the Purim story, while others select Jewish saints from all through history.
And this is not the time to dress up as bad characters because it is a joyous day where secrets and desires of the soul are revealed and wearing the clothes of a bad person is not healthy for the soul.
Especially not in those happy days when they were saved and God redeemed his people Israel with his mercy and his love for his people Israel.
(Some say this is the reason for dressing up as bad characters, who thereby turn all evil into good, and then it is revealed that in all troubles, Hashem is always there and protects those who believe in him).
In Israel, there are festivals that are particularly unrestrained and energizing where people go wild and become rude. Individuals of any age riot, celebrating with parades, gatherings, ensembles and jubilees.
But this is not the way of ultra-Orthodox Judaism, because a feast of wine and the joy of the holiday is the opposite of grossness, spiritual joy is gentleness and virtues, joyful prayer from the drunkenness of drinking wine, the revelation of the soul and the holy desires of the soul in connection with Hashem and the Holy Torah.
Happy Purim In the Synagogue
The real joy is when you read the Megillah (Book of Esther) and then pray and beat and make noise when you mention the evil manna, thereby strengthening the belief that all the wicked will receive their punishment.
In the synagogue, happy worshipers sing, bless the reading of the scroll, and the holiday mitzvot.
The reading of the scroll is said at night and again once a day. The wine feast is not done at night but during the day!
And some give immediately after the reading of the scroll on the day – the meal deliveries to friends and acquaintances in the synagogue.
Simchat Purim At Home
Mishloach manot are blessings of nourishment that companions (and forthcoming new companions!) trade on Purim. Regularly introduced in a wicker bin, most mishloach manot incorporate hamantaschen, the conventional three-sided baked good eaten on Purim, however may likewise incorporate a wide assortment of nourishments and treats. These blessings are regularly alluded to by their Yiddish name, shalachmanos.it is always a happy moment everywhre during happy purim. From God for our benefit forever into the life to come.
And all the difficulties and sufferings come to teach and educate us to seek and strengthen ourselves to get closer to the belief of the truth.
purim power prayers of Simchat Purim
Purim is the time when we grind the force of Haman-Amalek down to nothingness. The numerical value of the name Amalek is 240, the same as mar, which is Hebrew for “bitter.”
Reb Nossn fro breslev explains that the inner force of Amalek that affects all of us expresses itself in feelings of inadequacy. The Amalek within convinces us that G-d doesn’t hear our prayers, since we see that even though we’ve begged for help in some area for what seems like forever, we’ve yet to see results.
The Baal Shem Tov explains that prayer always helps immediately…its energy just might not have been directed toward the goal that we set for it. Reb Nosson adds that prayer helps no matter what since it draws us closer to G-d and strengthens our bond with Him, regardless of tangible results. This is what life is really about: forging an ever-deeper connection to G-d through heartfelt words of prayer and gratitude.
As the Purim story unfolded, the Jewish people’s situation became increasingly desperate. It took Mordechai and Esther to inspire us to believe in the power of our prayers, because we felt that we were under the pall of Divine apathy. They galvanized us to turn to G-d and the plot against us was overturned.
Reb Nosson of breslev concludes, “The words of the tzaddikim are still inspiring us to pray today. We need to hold on to our faith in the power of our prayers to move the whole world. If we really understood the immense power of prayer, we would invest our energies in it and the redemption would have come long ago.”
Dear G-d. Please, please, show me the power of my prayers. Let me know that every single word of prayer helps and makes an indelible impression on me and on the world. Help me use the inspiration of Purim to crush the insidious influence of Amalek by using every situation—good or bad—to turn to You. This kind of prayer is what brings redemption, both from my personal problems and the woes of the world.
Rabbi Nachman is saying in Likutay Moharan II Torah 74,
that originally all the beginning were from Pesach and now….the inference was that now all the beginnings are from Purim.
Simchat Purim – Rabbi Nachman
So it occurred to me that part of what this means, in some infinitesimal fraction, that originally we were so sunken in evil that everything that we did to get out was insignificant, until finally on Pesach we merited to freedom. But after Purim, we are so connected to H"Y in the deepest fashion that even our attempts and our desires to get out of the evil, are holy and cause tremendous holy impact in all the words. So all the beginning, are from Purim – Na Nach Nachma Nachman MeUman. B"H there is more Purim stuff in Hebrew, may we all be blessed with the blessings of Purim and most important Na Nach Nachma Nachman MeUman!
To erase the trace of Amalek, it is a great mitzvah to drink wine. Then, we are able to subdue Amalek specifically through wine, through which we attain simchah/joy. For Amalek's and all the energies and bad thoughts that a person has come from this devil Amalek – main defeat is through simchah which purifies and cleans and renews the person with pure faith in Hashem and His Torah.
Orach Chaim Hilchos Shabbos 7:68 (Otzar Ha'yira Shichrus 3)
You will help us to help the poor of Jerusalem by generously giving “Purim gifts” to the needy, to make families and children happy.
And we and the rabbi of Purim will rejoice with you, in prayers and blessings for the joy of Purim and salvation that will fulfill your wishes.
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Donate 36 $ – For a meal for one poor – on Purim
Donors will receive a blessing and prayer by the poor.
Donate 180 $ – A meal for a whole family – including costumes + holiday candy and cash for the poor.
Donors will receive a blessing and prayer from the families and rabbis of the yeshiva on Purim’s Happy Day.
Donate 500 $ You give = A meal for an entire family + including costumes + holiday candy + cash for the poor. _ Donors will receive = a blessing and prayer from the families and rabbis of the yeshiva on Purim Day + Pidyon Nefesh + Evil Eye Removal