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.
Wisdom and Knowledge Prayer
Wisdom and Knowledge Prayer
- at the holy grave site of Rabbi Akiva.
Rabbi Akiva was active in the Bar Kokhba rebellion against Rome, 132-135 C.E. He was one of the most important figures of Jewish tradition, and one of the most central and important contributors to the Mishnah and Midrash Halakha. He is referred to in the Talmud as "Rosh la-Chachomim" (Head of all the Sages).
According to the Jewish tradition, Rabbi Akiva worked as a shepherd for "Ben Kalba Savua," one of the richest men in Yerushalayim, and did not know a single word of Torah. It was Rachel, the daughter of Ben Kalba Savua, who noticed in him a tremendous potential for accomplishment in the Torah, although his potential was at this point totally unrealized. Quickly, Rabbi Akiva developed the exegetical method of the Mishnah, linking each traditional practice to a basis in the biblical text, and systematized the material that later became the Mishnah.
Rabbi Akiva is known to be one of the greatest of the Tannaim and Scholars of the Mishnah, the earliest written form of the Oral Torah. He was the Spiritual Leader of the Bar Kochba Revolt and it was he who initially proclaimed Bar Kochba as the Mashiach. He was a Master of Transformation and Growth, as we see from the fact that he began to study Torah at the age of forty, and went on to become one of the greatest Torah Scholars.
Rabbi Akiva symbolized wisdom. It is believed that those who pray at the holy gravesite of Rabbi Akiva find the truth and create wholeness, wellness, and balance in their body, mind, and spirit.
If you are interested in:
·Becoming a better decision maker, ·Being able to think and react faster ·Improving your ability to memorize, ·Intensifying your charisma and self-confidence, ·Developing your common sense and insights, ·Accumulate an acknowledge information.
New!! Rabbi David Azulai now offers you the opportunity to ask for a recurring prayer on a daily, weekly or monthly basis. Based on discussions with people who have already subscribed to the Rabbi's prayers before, the recurring prayers reinforce one's requests and increase its effectiveness.
Please find additional information regarding the Rabbi's recurring prayers:
Rabbi Azulai will go to the Western Wall / Holy Grave Site to pray on your behalf as well as others on a monthly basis. Monthly donation of $29.99 for the Western Wall prayer or various Holy Grave Sites.
Rabbi Azulai will go to the Western Wall / Holy Grave Site to pray on your behalf as well as others on a weekly basis. Monthly donation of $39.99 for the Western Wall prayer or various Holy Grave Sites.
Rabbi Azulai will go to the Western Wall / Holy Grave Site to pray on your behalf as well as others on a daily basis. Monthly donation of $49.99 for the Western Wall prayer or various Holy Grave Sites.
You can also submit a one-time prayer.
Rabbi Azulai will go to the Western Wall / Holy Grave Site to pray on your behalf as well as others for one time. Minimum one-time donation of $39.99 for the Western Wall prayer and $29.99 for the various Holy Grave Sites.