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Tikkun Olamot – Healing Hand Votive Candle Setting

This Healing Hand votive candle setting is formed from acid-etched copper and copper-glazed cedar with cork disk for the votive candle and lined with a felt pad to protect your table. Each setting is handcrafted per order and comes with a card with the full Hebrew text, transliteration, and translation. Please allow two weeks from time of purchase for creation and shipping.

The text for this candle setting comes from the very end of the counting of the Omer. Here are the words in translation:

And by means of this (hand) there is caused to flow a Great Supernal Flowing in all the Worlds to repair the 3 levels of our souls: Nefesh, Ruach, and Neshama, from all dross and scar and to cleanse us and make us holy by means of Your Supernal Holiness. Amen, Selah.

This is a prayer for the reparation of all the hurts of this world, physical and spiritual, personal and communal, political, emotional, economic, inter-personal, environmental that need to be washed clean and restored to a state of holiness. This is the great prayer of the present moment.

~6" high, 4" wide and 3.5" deep. Ink color choices are carnelian or turquoise.

Shahna Lax creates hiddur mitzvah and fine art copperwork illuminations for sacred spaces at Studio Moresca in Crestone, Colorado. Email her at moresca.copper@gmail.com with questions. To see both color options as well as details and history about the Tikkun Olamot votive candle setting visit this blog link: Healing Hand.

Please note that a 6% sales tax will be added to all orders shipped to Pennsylvania addresses. If you are ordering on behalf of a Pennsylvania-based tax exempt organization, please place your order by phone (215.576.0800, ext. 149) or email (Ritualwell@ritualwell.org).  

If you are based outside of the United States: please contact us at Ritualwell@ritualwell.org to place your order. Do not use the online order form.

Price: $187.50

Found in: Healing & Hard Times, Hard Times, Healing Services, Counting the Omer

Tags: candle lighting