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Every religious tradition uses water to denote change and transformation. In Jewish tradition, water is part of our sacred narrative, as when Hebrews traveled through the waters of the Red Sea as they left Egypt, marking their transformation from a tribe of slaves into a free people, as Adam did when he left the Eden garden...

The ritual of entering and leaving living waters, creates the time and space to acknowledge and embrace a new stage of life...The mikvah personifies both the womb and the grave; the portals to life and afterlife. In both, the person is stripped of all power and prowess. In both there is a mode of total reliance, complete abdication of control. Immersion in the mikvah can be understood as a symbolic act of self-abnegation, the conscious suspension of the self as an autonomous force. In so doing, the immersing Jew signals a desire to achieve oneness with the source of all life, to return to a primeval unity with G-d. Immersion indicates the abandonment of one form of existence to embrace one infinitely higher. In keeping with this theme, immersion in the mikvah is described not only in terms of purification, revitalization, and rejuvenation but also -- and perhaps primarily -- as rebirth.

Ritual immersion is noted in the Torah and in later Rabbinic commentaries.

Women immerse alone each month and before wedding. They use to read this text before....and the second part after. We can personalize it so it could be a nice gift me.... here you have watercolor peonies....

size A5- 5.8" x 8.2"- high quality parchmentpaper- text printed- original watercolor- laminated.

nice gift for a bride- watercolor Blessing in your bag- mikve women's prayer printed -

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