Mikveh, the

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Mikveh, the: (lit. "collection or gathering [of water]"); ritual bathing pool in which a person immerses himself as part of the transition to ritual purity
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A spa for the soul
There’s a building whose construction takes precedence over a synagogue. In fact, a synagogue may be sold to raise funds for this building. This is a mikvah . . .
Living Waters
Niddah is the period following menstruation, when a Jewish couple separates. After the wife has immersed in the mikvah, they come together again.
Taharas Hamishpacha International
Explore many facets of Mikvah and Family Sanctity at Mikvah.org. You can also search the directory for a Mikvah anywhere around the globe, enjoy photos in the Mikvah Photo Gallery, and learn about Jewish wedding, pregnancy, childbirth, and more...
Everything you wanted to know about Mikvah but didn't know to ask.
Family Purity
The most important institution of Jewish life, next to the home, is the mikveh and its cycle of union and separation between husband and wife. Because precious things only stay beautiful when you follow the manufacturer's instructions...
Coming Face to Face with G-d
Immersing in a mikvah (a ritual pool of water) purifies one who is ritually impure. Discover five layers of meaning to mikvah.
For most women, heading to the mikvah – the ritual bath that lies at the heart of Jewish family purity laws – does not involve surprise encounters with wild animals, traipsing through three-feet of snow or hacking through a frozen river in subzero tempera...
Kabbalah teaches that immersion in a ritual bath, or mikvah, is vital for spiritual growth.
A Mystical Understanding of Mikvah
Join us as we delve into the inner dimensions of the mikvah process and understand how the physical process that a woman undergoes represents a psychological, spiritual and emotional journey that all of the Jewish people are on.
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