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.
Prayer for the deceased
Prayer for the deceased
- at the holy grave site of Rabbi Meir or Reb Meir Ba'al Ha-Nes.
Rabbi Meir or Reb Meir Ba'al Ha-Nes (Rabbi Meir Master of the Miracle) was a Jewish Tzadik who lived in the time of the Mishna. He was considered one of the greatest of the Tannaim of the second generation. At a very young age, the rabbi became a student of the famed Rabbi Akiva who noticed rabbi Azulai's grace and decided to take him under his command. Rabbi Meir was married to Bruriah the daughter of Rebbi Chaninah ben Tradyon, who is the only woman quoted in the gemorah for her great brilliance and wisdom.
The Rabbi’s arguments were so brilliant that even his own contemporaries could not get to the very depths of his thoughts. He encouraged parents to teach their children a clean, simple and easy trade. "Wealth and poverty depends on G-d and not on one's profession," he would tell them.
While Rebbi Meir died someplace in Asia, he asked that he be buried in Eretz Israel. And so he lies buried on the shores of the Kinneret only a short distance from the city of Tiberius. Thousands of people visit his holy grave site and hope for their prayers to be answered.
It is believed that Rabbi Meir possessed special mystical energy to connect to the world of truth and communicate with the deceased ones. As one of the greatest Tzadikkim in the Jewish history, Rabbi Meir successfully helped people strengthen their relationship with the Lord and those they loved and could no longer be with. Rabbi Meir assisted others in overcoming tough obstacles and recovering from the most difficult diseases and adverse conditions.
If you are interested in: • Praying for the soul of you beloved ones, • Helping the deceased during their time in Purgatory, • Assisting the deceased to enter into the fullness of heaven, • Seeking forgiveness from the dead, • Praying on the anniversaries of his/her death.
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.