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Tikkun Klali

10 Psalms recited every day which assures that one's soul will find one's true destined pathway without being interfered with or side-tracked by other people, the negative influences of klipot.

The essence of Tikkun Klali is that one is looking for one's true destined pathway, asking for guidance to be in the right place with the right destined soul mate, livelihood and true purpose in life.

Tehillim 16

16:1 A [song of the] Michtam [a musical instrument] by David, Protect me O HaShem for I have sought refuge in You.

2 You have said to HaShem, "You are my Master, I have no claim to Your benefit." 

3 For the sake of the holy ones who are [interred] in the earth and for the mighty - all my desires are fulfilled because of them.

4 Their sorrows will multiply, those who rush after other [gods]; I shall not pour their libations of blood; I shall not carry their names upon my lips.

5 HaShem is my allotted portion and my share, You guide my destiny.

6 Portions have fallen to me in pleasant places, even the inheritance is beautiful to me.

7 I will bless HaShem Who has advised me, also in the nights my intellect instructs me.

8 I have set HaShem before me always; because He is at my right hand I shall not falter.

9 For this reason my heart rejoices and my soul is elated; my flesh, too, rests in confidence:

10 Because You will not abandon my soul to the grave, You will not allow Your devout one to witness destruction.

11 You will make known to me the path of life, the fullness of joys in Your Presence, the delights that are in your right hand for eternity.


Tehillim 32

32:1 By David, a maskil.  Praiseworthy is one whose transgression is forgiven, whose sin is covered over.

2 Praiseworthy is the man to whom HaShem does not ascribe iniquity, and in whose spirit there is no deceit.

3 When I was silent my bones deteriorated because of my anguished roar all day long.

4 For day and night Your hand was heavily upon me; my freshness was transformed [as] by summer droughts, Selah.

5 My sin I make known to You, my iniquity I do not hide.  I said, "I will confess my transgression to HaShem," and You have [always] forgiven my iniquitous sin, Selah.

6 For this let every devout one pray to You at a time when [misfortune] befalls: Only that the flooding, mighty waters not overtake him.

7 You are a shelter for me, from distress You preserve me; with glad song of rescue You envelop me, Selah!

8 I will educate you and enlighten you in which path to go, I will advise you with [what] my eye [has seen].

9 Be not like a horse, like a mule, uncomprehending; to restrain it with muzzle and bridle when it is adorned, so that it not approach you.

10 Many are the agonies of the wicked, but as for one who trusts in HaShem, kindness surrounds him.

11 Be glad in HaShem and rejoice, O righteous.  Cry out in joy, all upright of heart.


Tehillim 41

41:1 For the conductor, a psalm by David.

2 Praiseworthy is he who contemplates the needy, on the day of evil HaShem will deliver him.

3 HaShem will preserve him and restore him to life, and he will be happy on earth, and You will not give him over to the desire of his foes.

4 HaShem will fortify him on the bed of misery, even when you have upset all his restfulness by his illness.

5 As for me [when I was sick], I said, "O HaShem, show me favor! Heal my soul for I have sinned against You!"

6 My foes speak evil of me, "When will he die and his name perish?"

7 And if one comes to visit, insincerely does he speak, his heart gathers iniquity for himself; upon going out he speaks [it].

8 Together, all my enemies whisper against me, against me they devise my harm [saying],

9 "The result of his lawlessness is poured over him; and now that he lies ill, he will rise no more!"

10 Even my ally in whom I trusted, who ate my bread, has raised his heel to trample me.

11 But as for You, HaShem, show me favor and raise me up, then I shall repay them.

12 By this I shall know that You desire me; that You will not let my foe shout gleefully over me.

13 And I, because of my integrity You have supported me, and You have stood me erect before You forever.

14 Blessed is HaShem, the G-d of Yisrael, from all times past to all times to come, Amein and Amein!


Tehillim 42

42:1 For the conductor, a maskil by the sons of Korach.

2 As the deer longs for brooks of water, so my soul longs for You, O G-d.

3 My soul thirsts for G-d, for the living G-d, "When shall I come and appear before G-d?"

4 For me my tears were sustenance day and night, when [they] say to me all day long, "Where is your G-d?"

5 These do I recall and pour out my soul for [what has befallen] me: how I passed with the throng, walking slowly with them up to the Temple of G-d; with joyous song and thanks, a celebrating multitude.

6 Why are you downcast, my soul, and why are you disturbed on my account?  Hope to G-d!  For I shall yet thank Him for the salvations of His countenance.

7 O my G-d, my soul is down cast over me, because I remember You from the land of Yarden and Chermon's peaks, from Mount Mitzar.

8 Watery deep calls out to watery deep to the roar of Your water channels, all your breakers and Your waves have swept over me.

9 In the day HaShem will command His loving-kindness, even by night His resting place is with; a prayer to the G-d of my life!

10 I will say to G-d, my Rock, "Why have You forgotten me?  Why must I walk in gloom under the foe's oppression?"

11 With a murderous dagger in my bones have my tormentors taunted me, when they say to me all day long, "Where is your G-d?"

12 Why are you downcast, my soul, and why are you disturbed on my account?  Hope to G-d!  For I shall yet thank Him for the salvations of my countenance and because He is my G-d.


Tehillim 59

59:1 For the conductor, a plea to be spared from destruction, by David, a michtam; when Shaul dispatched, and they guarded the house to kill him. 

2 Rescue me from my foes, O my G-d; over those who rise against me raise me high.

3 Rescue me from evildoers; and from bloodthirsty men save me.

4 For behold, they lie in ambush for my soul, brazen ones gather around me - not for my transgression and not for my sin, O HaShem!

5 Without iniquity, they run and prepare.  Awaken [Yourself] towards me and see.

6 And You, HaShem, G-d, Master of Legions, G-d of Yisrael, arouse Yourself to remember all the nations, do not show favor to any faithless men of violence, Selah.

7 They return towards evening, they howl like the dog, and they go round about the city. 

8 Behold, they spew with their mouths, swords are in their lips; for [they say], "Who listens?"

9 But You, HaShem - You will laugh at them, You will mock all nations. 

10 [In the face of] his power, for You do I wait; for G-d is my stronghold.

11 The G-d of my kindness will anticipate me; G-d will show me [what will befall] my watchful foes.

12 Do not slay them, lest my people forget; by Your might make them wander and cast them down, O our Shield, O Lord -

13 because of the sin of their mouth, the word of their lips; and may they be ensnared by their own arrogance; and because of the curse and falsehood that they recount.

14 Destroy in wrath, destroy until they are no more!  And then [men] shall know that G-d rules in Yaakov, to the ends of the earth, Selah.

15 May they return towards evening, and howl like the dog, going around the city.

16 They will wander about to eat, without being sated they will sleep.

17 But I will sing of Your might, and rejoice towards morning in Your kindness; for You have been a stronghold to me, and a refuge in the day of my distress.

18 My Power, to You shall I sing; for G-d is my stronghold, the G-d of my kindness.


Tehillim 77

77:1 For the conductor, on Yedutun, By Asaf, a psalm. 

2 My voice is to G-d when I cry out; my voice is to G-d, that He give ear to me.

3 On the day of my distress, I sought the Lord.   My wound oozes through the night and does not cease; my soul refuses to be comforted.

4 I remember G-d and I moan; I speak and my spirit swoons, Selah. 

5 You held fast my eyelids; I was agitated and could not speak.

6 [Then] I pondered olden days, ancient years.

7 I recall my [Temple] music in the night; in my heart I meditate, and my spirit searches:

8 Is it for eternity that the Lord rejects me, nevermore to be appeased?

9 Is His kindness ended forever?  Has He sealed the decree for all generations?

10 Has G-d forgotten graciousness?  Has He shut off His mercy in anger?  Selah.

11 And I said, "It is to make me infirm - this change of the Most High One's right hand."

12 I recall the works of G-d, when I remember Your ancient wonders.

13 I shall meditate upon all Your deeds and speak about Your works.

14 O G-d, Your way is in sanctity, what power is as great as G-d?

15 You are the G-d Who works wonders, You manifested Your might among the nations.

16 With Your powerful arm You redeemed Your nation, the sons of Yaakov and Yosef, Selah.

17 The waters saw You, O G-d, the waters saw You and were terrified; even the depths trembled.

18 Clouds streamed water, heavens sounded forth, even Your arrows [of lightning] went forth.

19 The rumble of Your thunder was in the rolling wind; lightning bolts lit the world, the earth trembled and roared.

20 In the sea was Your way, and Your path went through the mighty waters; and Your footsteps were not known.

21 You led Your nation like a flock, by the hand of Moshe and Aharon.


Tehillim 90

90:1 A prayer by Moshe, the man of G-d: O Lord, You have been an abode for us in all generations;

2 before the mountains were born and You had yet fashioned the earth and the inhabited land, and from the remotest past and to the most distant future, You are G-d.

3 You reduce man to pulp and You say "Repent, O sons of man."

4 For even a thousand years in Your eyes are but a bygone yesterday, and like a watch in the night.

5 You flood them away, they become sleeplike; by morning they are like grass that withers.

6 In the morning it blossoms and is rejuvenated; by evening it is cut down and brittle.

7 For we are consumed by Your anger; and we are confounded by Your wrath.

8 You have set our iniquities before Yourself, our immaturity before the light of Your countenance.

9 For all our days passed by because of Your fury, we consumed our years like a fleeting thought.

10 The days of our years among them are seventy years, and if with might, eighty years; their proudest success is but toil and pain, for it is cut off swiftly and we fly away.

11 Who knows the power of Your anger?  As You are feared, so is Your fury.

12 Teach us to count our days, then we shall acquire a heart of wisdom.

13 Return, HaShem, until when?  Relent concerning Your servants.

14 Satisfy us in the morning with Your kindness, then we shall sing out and rejoice throughout our days.

15 Gladden us according to the days You afflicted us, the years when we saw evil.

16 May Your works be visible to Your servants, and Your majesty upon their children.

17 May the pleasantness of the Lord, our G-d, be upon us; our handiwork, establish for us; our handiwork, establish it.


Tehillim 105

105:1 Give thanks to HaShem, declare His Name, make His acts known among the peoples.

2 Sing to Him, make music to Him, speak of all His wonders.

3 Glory in His Holy Name, may the heart of those who seek HaShem be glad.

4 Search out HaShem and His might, seek His Presence always.

5 Remember His wonders that He wrought, His marvels and the judgments of His mouth.

6 O seed of Avraham, His servant; O children of Yaakov, His chosen ones.

7 He is HaShem, our G-d; over all the earth are His judgments.

8 He remembered His covenant forever - the Word He commanded for a thousand generations -

9 that He made with Avraham and His vow to Yitzchak.

10 Then He established it for Yaakov as a statute, for Yisrael as an everlasting covenant,

11 saying, "To you I shall give the land of Kenaan, the lot of your inheritance."

12 When they were but few in number, hardly dwelling there;

13 and they wandered from nation to nation, from one kingdom to another people -

14 He allowed no man to rob them, and He rebuked kings for their sake:

15 "Dare not touch My anointed ones, and to My prophets do not harm."

16 He declared a famine upon the land, every staff of bread He broke.

17 He sent a man before them, Yosef was sold as a slave.

18 They afflicted his leg with fetters; his soul came into irons.

19 Until the time that His word came to pass, the decree of HaShem had purified him.

20 He sent a king who released him, a ruler of peoples who freed him.

21 He appointed him master of his palace, and ruler of all his wealth.

22 To imprison his princes at his whim, and to make his elders wise.

23 Thus Yisrael came to Egypt and Yaakov sojourned in the land of Cham.

24 And He made His nation exceedingly fruitful, and made it mightier than its oppressors.

25 He turned their hearts to hate His nation, to plot against His servants.

26 He sent Moshe, His servant, Aharon whom He had chosen.

27 They placed among them the words of His signs, and wonders in the land of Cham.

28 He sent darkness and made it dark, and they did not defy His word. 

29 He turned their waters into blood, and He killed their fish.

30 Their land swarmed with frogs, in the chambers of their kings.

31 He spoke and hordes of beasts arrived and lice throughout their borders.

32 He made their rains into hail, flaming fires in their land.

33 It struck their vine and fig tree, and it broke the tree of their territory.

34 He spoke and the locust came, and grasshoppers without number.

35 And it consumed all grass in their land, and consumed the fruit of their soil.

36 Then He smote every firstborn in their land, the first of all their strngth.

37 And He took them out with silver and gold, and there was no pauper among His tribes.

38 Egypt was glad at their departure, for their fear had fallen upon them.

39 He spread out a cloud for shelter, and a fire to illuminate the night.

40 [Yisrael] asked and He brought quail, and bread from heaven sated them.

41 He opened a rock and waters gushed, and ran like a river through dry places.

42 For He remembered His holy promise, to Avraham, His servant,

43 and He led out His nation with joy, His chosen ones with joyous song.

44 And He gave them the lands of nations, and they inherited the toil of regimes.

45 So that they might safeguard His statutes and observe His teachings.  Halleluyah!


Tehillim 137

137:1 By the rivers of Bavel, there we sat and also wept when we remembered Tziyon.

2 On the willows within it we hung our lyres.

3 For there our captors requested words of song from us, with our lyres [playing] joyous music, "Sing for us form Tziyon's song!"

4 "How can we sing the song of HaShem upon the alien's soil?"

5 If I forget you, O Yerushalayim, let my right hand forget its skill.

6 Let my tongue adhere to my palate, if I fail to recall you, if I fail to elevate Yerushalayim above my foremost joy.

7 Remember, HaShem, for the offspring of Edom, the day of Yerushalayim; for those who say, "Destroy! Destroy! to its very foundation."

8 O violated daughter of Bavel, praiseworthy is he who repays you in accordance with the manner that you treated us. 

9 Praiseworthy is he who will clutch and dash your infants against the rock.


Tehillim 150

150:1 Halleluyah!  Praise G-d in His Sanctuary; praise Him in the firmament of His power;

2 praise Him for his mighty acts; praise Him as befits His abundant greatness;

3 praise Him with the blast of the shofar; praise Him with lyre and harp;

4 praise Him with drum and dance; praise Him with organ and flute;

5 praise Him with clanging cymbals; praise Him with resonant trumpets.

6 Let all souls praise G-d, Halleluyah!


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