Without a prayer things can sometimes seem harder, and there are occasionally various disturbances and hindrances in life. How often do you ask yourself why things do not go your way? Rabbi David Azulai aims to break the barriers and tear up to the heavens themselves, so that G-d might hear your prayers and change your fortune.
Western Wall Prayer
Western Wall Prayer
Pour your hearth out to the almighty G-d and Rabbi David Azulai, with his special mystical powers and prayers, will place your unique request between the cracks of the Western Wall. Soon your dreams will come true.
About the western wall:
The Western Wall (Ha-Kotel Ha-Maaravi) in Jerusalem is the holiest and most sacred spiritual site on earth. The Western Wall, which supported the Second Temple, serves as a place for people from various religions and backgrounds to mourn over the destruction of the Temple. The Kotel HaMaaravi, literally the Western Wall has absorbed millions of tears on its stones over the years, giving it the name the "Wailing Wall". Each year, millions of people come to the Wall to make a special prayer and share their most intimate feelings with the lord. Rabbi David Azulai offers you a unique opportunity to place your special request and pray for it so it comes true.
The Western Wall draws countless Jews and non-Jews from all over the world. It is believed that people go to the Wall to pour out their hearts to G-d. This custom can be done either verbally or through small notes that are tucked between the cracks in The Wall. These notes are periodically collected and buried at the Mount of Olives.
The large open area that faces the Western Wall, the Western Wall Plaza, can accommodate tens of thousands of believers. People attend the Wall day and night and pray in various ways. Traditional sources, including the Zohar, write that the Divine Presence rests upon the Western Wall. The Midrash quotes a fourth century scholar: "Rav Acha said that the Divine Presence has never moved away from the Western Wall". Jonathan Eybeschutz writes that "after the destruction of the Temple, God removed His Presence from His sanctuary and placed it upon the Western Wall where it remains in its holiness and honor".
The tradition of placing prayers on pieces of paper in the Western Wall began thousands of years ago and remains until this day. People put notes into the Western Wall every day. Many people believe that the act of placing a note at the Western Wall results in the fulfillment of one's requests and wishes. Furthermore, the Torah teaches that all prayers ascend to heaven through Jerusalem. Accordingly, by placing notes in the Wall, people achieve the strongest possible connection to G-d.