These 10 verses of Tehillim (Psalms), and the meaning behind them, have the power to mend the brokenness within and enable a true light of shelaymut (wholeness) to shine out from deep within your soul.
We will be commissioning 10 artists, and 10 musicians to create 10 pieces for this Tikkun HaKlali collector series to be released as books, and albums.
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SPONSOR ONE OF THE TEN TIKKUNIM (TEHILLIM)
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Be a part of our unique publication of Tikkun Haklali (תיקון הכללי) - The Complete Remedy by Rebbe Nachman of Breslov, a sacred compilation of 10 Tehillim (Psalms).
Chassidim of Reb Nachman recite Tikun Haklali whenever they wish to connect to his energy and teachings. Tikkun Haklali holds within it an incredibly deep and potent healing that is needed in the world today. It’s time to revitalize it.
In Tehillim, King David writes, “For You [God] do not desire sacrifices; else I would give it: You do not delight in burnt offering. The sacrifice of God is a broken spirit. A broken and contrite heart, O God, You will not despise.”
Likewise in the Talmud it says, “Words that emanate from the heart – enter the heart.” These verses are inviting us to remember that what breaks, breaks open.
King David used a harp to compose the Tehillim. The Talmud teaches that a harp hung above his bed, and at midnight a northern wind would blow on the five strings, waking him from his sleep to study Torah until dawn. In the Zohar, the five strings parallel the five books of Torah and it was on these strings that David composed much of Tehillim. Since song is at the center of all our rituals, and singing is the unifying element of communal prayer, there is something vital in these verses of Tehilim, waiting to be rediscovered. What’s at the center is the most holy, just like the holy of holies, which was placed at the center of the Temples in Jerusalem. What if we placed Tikkun Haklali at the center of our prayers and of our lives?
These 10 verses of Tehillim, and the meaning behind them, have the power to mend the brokenness within and enable a true light of shelaymut (wholeness) to shine out from deep within your soul.
We will be commissioning 10 artists, and 10 musicians to create 10 pieces for this Tikkun HaKlali collector series.
Click here to be a part of bringing this to life in memory or in honor of someone you love.
The cost for this project including, production of the book, copies, distribution and postage to give out the book, plus the costs for to commission the 10 visual artists and 10 music artists + layout, editing, publication and finally PR and marketing comes out to a grand total of $66,600
This breaks down to find 10 sponsors of $6,660 each or ten people can come together and sponsor $666 each toward one of the Tehillim!