tikkun haklali

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Rebbe Nachman of Breslev of saintly and blessed memory revealed the ten Psalms that are collectively known as "HaTikkun HaKlali", or "the general remedy". These ten Psalms possess a unique power of purification, enabling anyone who says them to regain his or her status of spiritual purity. Per Rabbi Arush "these ten specific Psalms are able to bring about amazing deliverances and especially healing because they contain ten types of melody that vitalize the ten types of pulses that give a person life. As such, they serve to atone the most severe sins, which in turn are the causes of many illnesses." 

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Rapid charge

Rapid Charge (If You Want) Your Tikkun Haklali Say Psalm 148 After Tikkun Haklali: Rabbi Alexander Ziskind of saintly and blessed memory writes explicitely (Yesod VeShoresh HaAvoda, Gate 3, Section 5) that Israel governs over creation and that creation must comply with Israel's directives. In his elaboration of Psalm 148, he notes that a person in this lowly physical world has the power of commanding all the creations – both in the upper worlds and in the lower worlds – to praise Hashem; they are required to obey, as a fundamental law embedded in the very fiber of creation. Anyone who realizes that his or her prayers, Psalms, and songs of praise have the power to dictate orders to all of creation will surely acquire a burning desire to sing constant songs of thanks and praise to Hashem; these songs of thanks and praise are a scepter in a person's hands that enables him or her to rule over nature.

Psalm / Tehillim 16

turbo charge

Turbo Charge I(f You Want) Your Tikkun Haklali By Saying Psalm 148 and Pereq Shira: Prayer and songs of thanks and praise transcend time and space limitations, and therefore enable a person to rise above natural confinements. As the most important of creations, human beings have the potential to rule over nature. By saying "Pereq Shira", the collection of songs that each creation sings to Hashem daily, a person materializes this potential. Reciting HaTikkun HaKlali, followed by Psalm 148, and then Pereq Shira has the power of purifying a person, granting the reign over creation, and initiating an abundance of material and spiritual blessings. Indeed, reciting the Psalms and songs of praise are conducive to one's individual soul correction as well as to the soul correction of all of creation. Even more, the recitation of HaTikkun HaKlali, Psalm 148, and Pereq Shira in succession brings indescribable gratification to Hashem, Whose sole desire is to bestow limitless blessings upon His beloved children.

1A michtam of David; O God, guard me for I have taken refuge in You.

2You should say to the Lord, "You are my Master; my good is not incumbent upon You.

3For the holy ones who are in the earth, and the mighty ones in whom is all my delight.

4May the sorrows of those who hasten after another [deity] increase; I will not pour their libations of blood, nor will I take their names upon my lips.

5The Lord is my allotted portion and my cup; You guide my destiny.

6Portions have fallen to me in pleasant places; even the inheritance pleases me."

7I will bless the Lord, Who counseled me; even at night my conscience instructs me.

8I have placed the Lord before me constantly; because [He is] at my right hand, I will not falter.

9Therefore, my heart rejoiced, and my soul was glad; even my flesh shall dwell in safety.

10For You shall not forsake my soul to the grave; You shall not allow Your pious one to see the pit.

11You shall let me know the way of life, the fullness of joys in Your presence. There is pleasantness in Your right hand forever.

Psalm / Tehillim 32

1 Of David, a maskil Praiseworthy is he whose transgression is forgiven, whose sin is concealed.

2Praiseworthy is the man to whom the Lord ascribes no iniquity and in whose spirit there is no guile.

3When I was silent, my bones decayed with my moaning all day long.

4For [both] day and night Your hand is heavy upon me; my freshness was transformed as in the droughts of summer, forever.

5I would inform You of my sin, and I did not conceal my iniquity; I said, "I will confess my transgressions to the Lord," and You forgave the iniquity of my sin forever.

6For this let every pious man pray to You at the time that You are found, only about a flood of vast waters [that] should not reach him.

7You are a shelter for me, from an adversary You guard me; with songs of deliverance You encompass me forever,

8"I will enlighten you and instruct you which way [to go]; I will wink My eye to you."

9Be not like a horse, like a mule that does not discern; whose mouth must be held with bit and bridle, so that when he is being groomed, he does not come near you.

10Many are the pains of the wicked, but as for him who trusts in the Lord- kindness will encompass him.

11Rejoice with the Lord and exult, You righteous, and cause all those of upright hearts to sing praises.

Psalm / Tehillim 41

1For the conductor, a song of David.

2Praiseworthy is he who looks after the poor; on a day of calamity the Lord will rescue him.

3The Lord will preserve him and keep him alive, and he will be praised in the land, and You will not deliver him into the desire of his enemies.

4The Lord will support him on his sickbed; when You have transformed his entire restfulness in his illness.

5I said, "O Lord, be gracious to me; heal my soul because I have sinned against You."

6My enemies speak evil of me; "When will he die and his name be lost?"

7And if he comes to see [me], he speaks falsely; his heart gathers iniquity for him; when he goes outside, he talks.

8All my enemies whisper together about me; concerning me, they think evil.

9"An evil thing shall be poured into him, and once he lies down, he will no longer rise."

10Even my ally, in whom I trusted, who eats my bread, developed an ambush for me.

11But You, O Lord, be gracious to me and raise me up, so that I may repay them.

12With this I shall know that You desired me, when my enemy does not shout joyfully over me.

13As for me, because of my innocence You shall support me, and stand me up before You forever.

14Blessed is the Lord, the God of Israel from all times past and to all times to come. Amen and amen.

Psalm / Tehillim 42

1For the conductor, a maskil of the sons of Korah.

2As a hart cries longingly for rivulets of water, so does my soul cry longingly to You, O God.

3My soul thirsts for God, for the living God; when will I come and appear before God?

4My tears were my bread day and night when they say to me all day long, "Where is your God?"

5These things I will remember, and I will pour out my soul [because of the pain which is] upon me, how I passed on with the throng; I walked slowly with them until the house of God with a joyful shouting and thanksgiving, a celebrating multitude.

6Why are you downcast, my soul, and why do you stir within me? Hope to God, for I will yet thank Him for the salvations of His presence.

7My God, my soul is downcast upon me; therefore, I will remember You from the land of Jordan and the peaks of Hermon, from the young mountain.

8Deep calls to deep to the sound of Your water channels; all Your breakers and waves passed over me.

9By day, may the Lord command His kindness, and at night, may His resting place be with me, a prayer to the God of my life.

10I will say to God, my Rock, "Why have You forgotten me? Why should I walk in gloom under the oppression of the enemy?"

11With murder in my bones, my oppressors have reproached me by saying to me all day long, "Where is your God?"

12Why are you downcast, my soul, and why do you stir within me? Hope to God, for I will yet thank Him for the salvations of my countenance and my God.

Psalm / Tehillim 59

1For the conductor, al tashcheth; of David a michtam, when Saul sent and they guarded the house to slay him.

2Save me from my enemies, my God; strengthen me against those who rise up against me.

3Save me from workers of iniquity, and rescue me from bloodthirsty men.

4For behold, they lurked for my soul; strong men lodge against me, neither [for] my transgression nor [for] my sin, O Lord.

5Without iniquity, they run and prepare themselves; awaken towards me and see.

6And You, O Lord, God of Hosts, God of Israel, arise to visit upon all the nations; be not gracious to any treacherous workers of iniquity forever.

7They return in the evening, they howl like a dog and encircle the city.

8Behold, they spew forth with their mouth; [they have] swords in their lips, for who hears?

9But You, O Lord, will scoff at them; You will mock all the nations.

10[Because of] his strength, I hope for You, for God is my fortress.

11The God of my kindness will precede me; God will allow me to see in those who watch me.

12Do not kill them, lest my people forget; remove them from their possessions with Your power and bring them down, O Lord our Shield.

13The sin of their mouth is the word of their lips, and they will be seized because of their haughtiness, because of the curse and the lies that they tell.

14Destroy [them] with wrath so that they will be no longer, and they will know that God rules over Jacob to the ends of the earth forever.

15And they will return in the evening, they will howl like dogs, and they will encircle the city.

16They will roam about to eat if they are not sated, so that they will lodge.

17And I will sing of Your power, and I will sing praises of Your kindness in the morning, for You were my stronghold and a refuge on a day that I was in straits.

18My strength! To You will I sing for God is my stronghold, O God of my kindness.

Psalm / Tehillim 77

1For the conductor on jeduthun, a song of Asaph.

2My voice is to God, and I shall cry out; my voice is to God, and hearken to me.

3On the day of my distress, I sought the Lord; my wound oozes at night and does not abate; my soul refuses to be comforted.

4I remember God and I stir; I speak and my spirit becomes faint, forever.

5You held fast the awakenings of my eyes; I throb and I do not speak.

6I think of days of yore, ancient years.

7I recall my music at night; I speak with my heart and my spirit searches.

8"Will the Lord forsake [me] forever and nevermore be appeased?

9Has His kindness ended forever? Has He issued a decree for all generations?

10Has God forgotten to be gracious? Has He, in anger, shut off His mercy forever?"

11And I said, "This is to terrify me, the change of the right hand of the Most High."

12I recall the deeds of Yah when I remember Your wonder from time immemorial.

13And I meditate over all Your works, and I speak of Your deeds.

14O God, Your way is in sanctity. Who is a power as great as God?

15You are the God Who works wonders; You made known Your might among the peoples.

16You redeemed Your people with Your arm, the sons of Jacob and Joseph forever.

17The waters perceived You, O God, the waters perceived You, they trembled, even the deeps quaked.

18They poured forth thick waters; the skies let out a voice, even your arrows went abroad.

19The sound of Your thunder is like a wheel; the lightning illuminated the world; the earth shook and quaked.

20In the sea was Your way, and Your path in the mighty waters, and Your steps were not known.

21You led Your people like sheep by the hand of Moses and Aaron.

Psalm / Tehillim 90

1A prayer of Moses, the man of God. O Lord, You have been our dwelling place throughout all generations.

2Before the mountains were born, and You brought forth the earth and the inhabited world, and from everlasting to everlasting, You are God.

3You bring man to the crushing point, and You say, "Return, O sons of men."

4For a thousand years are in Your eyes like yesterday, which passed, and a watch in the night.

5You carry them away as a flood; they are like a sleep; in the morning, like grass it passes away.

6In the morning, it blossoms and passes away; in the evening, it is cut off and withers.

7For we perish from Your wrath, and from Your anger we are dismayed.

8You have placed our iniquities before You, [the sins of] our youth before the light of Your countenance.

9For all our days have passed away in Your anger; we have consumed our years as a murmur.

10The days of our years because of them are seventy years, and if with increase, eighty years; but their pride is toil and pain, for it passes quickly and we fly away.

11Who knows the might of Your wrath, and according to Your fear is Your anger.

12So teach the number of our days, so that we shall acquire a heart of wisdom.

13Return, O Lord, how long? And repent about Your servants.

14Satiate us in the morning with Your loving-kindness, and let us sing praises and rejoice with all our days.

15Cause us to rejoice according to the days that You afflicted us, the years that we saw evil.

16May Your works appear to Your servants, and Your beauty to their sons.

17And may the pleasantness of the Lord our God be upon us, and the work of our hands establish for us, and the work of our hands establish it.

Psalm / Tehillim 105

1Give thanks to the Lord, call out in His name; make His deeds known among the peoples.

2Sing to Him, play music to Him, speak of all His wonders.

3Boast of His holy name; may the heart of those who seek the Lord rejoice.

4Search for the Lord and His might; seek His presence constantly.

5Remember His wonders, which He performed, His miracles and the judgments of His mouth.

6The seed of Abraham His servant, the children of Jacob, His chosen ones.

7He is the Lord our God; throughout all the earth are His judgments.

8He remembered His covenant forever, the word He had commanded to the thousandth generation,

9Which He had made with Abraham, and His oath to Isaac,

10And He set it up to Jacob as a statute, to Israel as an everlasting covenant,

11Saying, "To you I shall give the land of Canaan, the portion of your heritage."

12When they were few in number, hardly dwelling in it.

13And they walked from nation to nation, from one kingdom to another people.

14He let no man oppress them, and He reproved kings on their account.

15"Do not touch My anointed ones, and do not harm My prophets."

16He called a famine upon the land; He broke every staff of bread.

17He sent a man before them; Joseph was sold as a slave.

18They afflicted his foot with fetters; his soul was placed in irons.

19Until His word came, the saying of the Lord purified him.

20A king sent and released him, a ruler of peoples [sent] and loosed his bonds.

21He made him the master of his household and the ruler over all his possessions.

22To bind up his princes with his soul, and he made his elders wise.

23Israel came to Egypt, and Jacob sojourned in the land of Ham.

24And He made His people very fruitful, and He made it stronger than its adversaries.

25He turned their heart to hate His people, to plot against His servants.

26He sent Moses His servant, [and] Aaron whom He chose.

27They placed upon them the words of His signs and His miracles in the land of Ham.

28He sent darkness and it darkened, and they did not disobey His word.

29He turned their water into blood, and it killed their fish.

30Their land swarmed with frogs in the rooms of their monarchs.

31He commanded and a mixture of noxious beasts came, lice throughout all their boundary.

32He made their rains into hail, flaming fire in their land.

33And it struck their vines and their fig trees, and it broke the trees of their boundary.

34He spoke and locusts came, and nibbling locusts without number.

35And they consumed all grass in their land, and they consumed the produce of their soil.

36And He smote every firstborn in their land, the first of all their strength.

37And He took them out with silver and gold, and there was no pauper among their tribes.

38Egypt rejoiced with their departure for their fear had fallen upon them.

39He spread out a cloud for shelter, and fire to illuminate the night.

40They asked, and He brought quails, and the bread of heaven sated them.

41He opened a rock and water flowed; in the deserts ran rivers.

42For He remembered His holy word with Abraham His servant.

43And He took out His people with joy, His chosen ones with joyful singing.

44And He gave them lands of nations, and they inherited the toil of kingdoms.

45In order that they keep His statutes and observe His laws. Hallelujah.

Psalm / Tehillim 137

1By the rivers of Babylon, there we sat, we also wept when we remembered Zion.

2On willows in its midst we hung our harps.

3For there our captors asked us for words of song and our tormentors [asked of us] mirth, "Sing for us of the song of Zion."

4"How shall we sing the song of the Lord on foreign soil?"

5If I forget you, O Jerusalem, may my right hand forget [its skill].

6May my tongue cling to my palate, if I do not remember you, if I do not bring up Jerusalem at the beginning of my joy.

7Remember, O Lord, for the sons of Edom, the day of Jerusalem, those who say, "Raze it, raze it, down to its foundation!"

8O Daughter of Babylon, who is destined to be plundered, praiseworthy is he who repays you your recompense that you have done to us.

9Praiseworthy is he who will take and dash your infants against the rock.

Psalm / Tehillim 150

1Hallelujah! Praise God in His holy place, praise Him in the firmament of His might.

2Praise Him with His mighty deeds, praise Him as befits His superb greatness.

3Praise Him with a shofar blast, praise Him with psaltery and lyre.

4Praise Him with timbres and dance, praise Him with stringed instruments and flute.

5Praise Him with resounding cymbals, praise Him with resonant cymbals.

6Let every soul praise God. Hallelujah!

Rapid Charge Your Tikkun HaKali with Psalm 148

1Hallelujah! Praise the Lord from the heavens, praise Him in the heights.

2Praise Him, all His angels; praise Him, all His hosts.

3Praise Him, sun and moon; praise Him, all stars of the night.

4Praise Him, highest heavens and the water that is above the heavens.

5They shall praise the name of the Lord, for He commanded and they were created.

6And He set them up to eternity, yea forever, He issued a decree, which will not change.

7Praise the Lord from the earth, sea monsters and all deeps.

8Fire and hail, snow and vapor, a storm wind, performing His word.

9The mountains and all the hills, fruit trees and all cedars.

10Beasts and all cattle, creeping things and winged fowl.

11Kings of the earth and all kingdoms, princes and all judges of the earth.

12Youths and also maidens, old men with young boys,

13Will praise the name of the Lord, for His name alone is powerful; His splendor is on earth and heaven.

14He raised up a horn for His people, praise to all His pious ones, to the children of Israel, the people close to Him. Hallelujah!