AREN’T YOU SICK AND TIRED OF BEING ALONE?
Your pain and loneliness can end
IN LESS THAN A MONTH!
And Here’s Why
IN LESS THAN A MONTH!
And Here’s Why
You may think you’re all alone in your pain and self-doubt – but the fact is that your soul mate – your zivug – “the one” - is already here...
...and he or she is in the same pain as you are!
While you go around despondent, filled with self-doubt, sure that “no one will want you” - you areEXACTLY what your true zivug is aching for, wishing more than anything to finally get together with you, and start the family of your dreams!
All your zivug is dreaming of, is for the chance to make you happy and for you to make him or her happy in return!
But there is a “spiritual wall” that heartbreakingly separates the two of you.
...A wall that keeps you and your true partner apart, two lonely souls meandering through life, tormented, and broken with no happy end in sight...
The mekubalim call that spiritual wall “dinim” - ‘Heavenly indictments and verdicts’.
These dinim result in blocked mazel, or an ayin hora (evil eye) that gets cast on you by someone jealous or angry...
...The dinim often make you unable to get over a previous relationship...
...Or they make you terrified of ever “pulling the trigger” on the decision...
...They can even result in creating a totally paralyzing family or peer-pressure!
The negative spiritual dinim that hover over you are pushing you into despair, thinking that no one will ever want you because of how you look... or because of your health...or because you may have a less-than-perfect past...
...AND THAT IS EXACTLY WHY YOUR SALVATION CAN BELESS THAN A MONTH AWAY!!!
You see, while it is true that without removing those dinim you simply cannot move ahead... once they ARE removed, your deliverance will arrive so quickly, it’ll literally spin your head!!!
And it can happen this Tu Bishevat, Thursday, January 16th.
On this day, one of the most illustrious holy mekubalim of our generation, Maran Admor Rabbi Yechiel Abuchatzeira shlit”a, the illustrious miracle-working nephew of the Baba Sali z”tl - will lead a special ‘1,000 Shofaros Tikkun’.
The Ultimate Elimination of ‘Dinim’ for Singles that KabbalaHas to Offer
According to kabbala, the rare and unique 1,000 Shofaros Tikkun (1,000 shofar blows), performedat the gravesite of the holy tana, Rabbi Yonatan ben Uziel in Amuka, removes the specific Heavenly verdicts and indictments that block singles from getting married.
The tikkun is performed along with intense prayers and kavanot (kabbalistic meditations) prescribed by the holy Arizal and the saintly Rashash, together with saintly mekubalim and talmidim of the Yeshiva Yeshuos BeAmuka. The tikkun is a rectification so powerful that it grants a solutioneven to people who could not be helped before!
Be of the first 257 people who sign up to participate in the tikkun and you will also receive a FREE special package of segulot; amulets, and proven kabbala remedies to give you attractiveness, protect you from present and future ayin hora (evil eye), and open your path to an easy, quick and successful shidduch (match).
HaRav Abuchatzeira said:
“There is no doubt that anyone who we will pray for during this tikkun - will get married, Iy”H, in the very near future!”
The tzaddik, Maran Admor shlit”a will perform the tikkun at the gravesite of Rabbi Yonatan ben Uziel alongside other mekubalim and members of the yeshiva, who will circle the gravesite, blowing the shofar and praying for you with the special kavanot of the Rashash. The holy Rav Abuchatzeira will bring along a complete list of all the people who registered to participate in this special tikkun.
Every year literally thousands of singles - men and women - participate in this tikkun and get married –sometimes even in less than a month!!
In addition, the mekubalim and the students of Yeshiva Yeshuos BeAmuka will continue learning and praying for you, by name, all year long!
Please be aware that just 257 packages, or “Zivug Sets” are being prepared by the rabbis andmekubalim of Yeshivas Yeshuos BeAmuka In view of the high demand of people clamoring to participate, those packages will be given away FREE to people who register on a first come-first serve basis ONLY. Don’t miss out.
January 8, 2014 / 7 Shevat 5774
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