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Ripping garments when hearing HashemsHashem's name?

I've heard in a kabbalah shiur on web yeshiva, if someone says HashemsHashem's name as it's written, either b'shogeg or b'meizid, the person or people that heard must rip their garments as they do when a close relative goes nifterdies. Where is the source for this, and how is it done?

Also, if someone were to accidentally say HashemsHashem's name as it is written, such as someone becoming religious and learning Hebrew, and the yud in the work sheet is right before a vuv, is this considered b'shogeg pronunciation? is it okOK because itsit's meant to teach them only the letters?

Ripping garments when hearing Hashems name?

I've heard in a kabbalah shiur on web yeshiva, if someone says Hashems name as it's written, either b'shogeg or b'meizid, the person or people that heard must rip their garments as they do when a close relative goes nifter. Where is the source for this, and how is it done?

Also, if someone were to accidentally say Hashems name as it is written, such as someone becoming religious and learning Hebrew, and the yud in the work sheet is right before a vuv, is this considered b'shogeg pronunciation? is it ok because its meant to teach them only the letters?

Ripping garments when hearing Hashem's name?

I've heard in a kabbalah shiur on web yeshiva, if someone says Hashem's name as it's written, either b'shogeg or b'meizid, the person or people that heard must rip their garments as they do when a close relative dies. Where is the source for this, and how is it done?

Also, if someone were to accidentally say Hashem's name as it is written, such as someone becoming religious and learning Hebrew, and the yud in the work sheet is right before a vuv, is this considered b'shogeg pronunciation? is it OK because it's meant to teach them only the letters?

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Ripping garments when hearing Hashems name?

I've heard in a kabbalah shiur on web yeshiva, if someone says Hashems name as it's written, either b'shogeg or b'meizid, the person or people that heard must rip their garments as they do when a close relative goes nifter. Where is the source for this, and how is it done?

Also, if someone were to accidentally say Hashems name as it is written, such as someone becoming religious and learning Hebrew, and the yud in the work sheet is right before a vuv, is this considered b'shogeg pronunciation? is it ok because its meant to teach them only the letters?