Summary of Sefirat Ha’Omer and Shavuot tasks
On the eve of Shavuot we complete the long journey of Sefirat Ha’Omer where counted every night one Sefira. Finally we come to a conclusion! Below you will find a summary of all 49 Sefirot and what we need to do to apply this powerful teachings in our life and day to day tasks.
Please print it and share it so you and anyone else can follow and apply!
On the night of Shavuot you should do the following:
– Print and read the Sefirat Ha’Omer summary and apply it (Find it below)
– Give Tzedaka (Charity) in the amount of 104. This is based on the teachings of Rabbi Chaim Palachi in his book ‘Ma’ase Ha’Tzedaka’ מעשה הצדקה (Page 109B) where he explains that we should give charity in the amount of 104 (Twice 52 – Minyan Ben בן) and in this merit we do a great Tikun (rectification) for the sin of Adam Ha’Rishon, for the golden calf, Tikun Ha’Brit and more. This charity will go to our Yeshivah and Torah learning men. Click here to donate
– Light candles with the special blessing for the holiday
– Stay up all night and learn Torah. If you can read the Tikun Lel Shavuot and if you don’t have access to the Tikun (book) read from the Torah and Tehilim.
– Depending where you are in the word, but around 4am (At Alot Ha’Shachar) at Dawn, men go to the Mikve and dip 4 times.
– We pray at the earliest time (Netz) Shacharit and we read from the Torah the Ten Commandments. Make sure wherever you are to listen to the ten commandments. If you are nowhere near a Synagogue and can not hear the Torah reading, read the ten commandments out of the book. The ten commandments can be found in the book of Shemot Chapter 20 (Parashat Yitro)
– We eat a dairy meal – Click here to learn why
– We read Megilat Ruth – Click here to learn why
– Do Teshuvah, accept the Torah’s laws, make peace with others and pray to G-d to send Mashiach and the Geula (The redemption)