What is a prayer?
The concept of prayer depends on the belief in a personal G-d (regardless of one’s religion) who wishes to sustain and develop a loving relationship with his people. Praying may involve meditation, adoration and confession. It is seen by humans as a conversation with the Almighty and is dependent on both parties wanting to cherish a relationship and be empowered to effect change in a fallen world.
People who pray can be placed into two main groups:
The first group includes people who pray to G-d when faced with difficult situations in day-to-day life like loss of a valuable, incurable illness, major financial problem, etc. These are prayers with material or worldly expectations.
The second group of people includes seekers whose main focus in life is spiritual growth. People in this group pray regularly (i.e., not only in difficult situations but even in day-to-day situations). The prayers however are not about worldly expectations but rather for the sole purpose of achieving spiritual growth.
What kind of prayers are there?
Outside the range of immediate needs, man has been free to believe according to lights and inclinations. Prayers can be unique (according to one’s beliefs and wishes) or standard (e.g., taken from a book of prayers). Rabbi Azulai offers you exclusive prayers which incorporate your personal situation and information. These prayers include, but are not limited to, protection prayers, success prayers, fertility prayers, love prayers and prayers for the deceased.
How do prayers work?
When a person prays, he remembers G-d intensely and has an intimate dialogue with Him about issues very close to his heart. Once this channel has been established the prayers activate the deity principles (aspects of G-d) in the universe and special frequencies are generated. These frequencies have the ability to not only activate but also touch the deity. This activation of deity principle results in fulfillment of prayers.
Rabbi Azulai special praying process:
Upon receiving your information, Rabbi David Azulai meditates to initiate a connection to the “world of truth”. This allows Rabbi Azulai to get spiritual insight to your case, and any other issues or problems that you did not include but still need to be addressed.
After establishing a connection, Rabbi Azulai will bring your request to HaShem and pray for it to be approved. Rabbi Azulai will also consult the lord for the best day and time to place your request. The entire process takes about 2-3 days for Rabbi Azulai to complete.
Once the meditation process has been completed and the Rabbi has placed your note at the Western Wall or at the Holy Grave site of the Tzadikkim and prayed, you will be contacted and notified.