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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 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.
The gathering of water of a mikvah is used today to ritually purify a married woman and is a preparation for procreation, but its story goes back to creation itself.
An insight into the unspoken awe of the sanctity of women that can be seen in all the laws of family purity and Mikvah.
Part 2
Discussing with today’s youth the spiritual and pragmatic ingredients that infuse intimacy, love and marriage with purpose, meaning and holiness from the Torah perspective.
This class surveys the laws of koshering a kitchen, and also laws associated with immersing utensils known as tevilat keilim.
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