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Before doing any mitzvah, a blessing is also said, but somewhat longer. Rabbi Freeman illuminates the meaning of the added words.

Baruch Attah...

Baruch Attah...

Part 2: Mindful Mitzvahs

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Baruch Attah... Part 2: Part 2: Mindful Mitzvahs

Before doing any mitzvah, a blessing is also said, but somewhat longer. Rabbi Freeman illuminates the meaning of the added words.
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Meditation, Blessings on Mitzvot
Rabbi Tzvi Freeman, a senior editor at Chabad.org, also heads our Ask The Rabbi team. He is the author of Bringing Heaven Down to Earth. To subscribe to regular updates of Rabbi Freeman's writing, visit Freeman Files subscription. FaceBook @RabbiTzviFreeman Periscope @Tzvi_Freeman .
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rivkah brooklyn December 20, 2015

amazing thank you so much-this was explained so clearly Reply

Mrs. A vos July 4, 2012

Audio Teachings So wonderful, the words are spoken with such peace, and absorb into my soul.
Thank you so much. Reply

Petros London, UK June 28, 2010

Blessing I found your website while searching for jewish blessing for children and found more than I expected. And I found many materials that help me on my daily walk.
Thank you Reply

Maria Martinez Monte Vista, Colorado June 9, 2010

Baruch Attah Part 2 Rabbi Tzvi, I enjoyed your lecture very much. I will be watching more of them. Reply

Anonymous Victoria June 6, 2010

Terrific!

I love the elevator analogy! Reply

Syed Shahid Ali Karachi, Pakistan June 2, 2010

Indepth! Very indepth explanation. Now I have realized the power of Amen. It is really great to know that Mitzvahs should be treated as celebration, rather than obligation; it is a great revelation. Reply

In order to give one’s words wings with which they may fly, we endeavor to infuse them with meditative intentions. Learning to inspire prayer with meditation greatly enhances the experience and imbues it with enhanced meaning and reach. This series offers guided meditations appropriate to everyday prayer.
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