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A few ideas that help me: Be the shaliach tzibbur. Your mind requires more focus and this spills over into kavana. Although many say it is praiseworthy to stand during chazaras hashatz and krias ha …
answered Jun 3 '12 by YDK
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We learn from Chana not to raise our voices for tefillah. (One reason given is that we imply that Hashem canot hear us otherwise.) See, for example, Aruch haShulchan 101:2. Shema is not tefillah, i …
answered Jul 11 '11 by YDK
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This allowance is for someone to say the shema when he is already "on the path". In such a circumstance, he will have more concentration if he says shema while continuing his journey than if we make …
answered Jul 12 '12 by YDK
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I don't believe it says anywhere that you have to put your hand over your eyes. "(They) are accustomed to pace their hands over their face when reading the 1st pasuk so that one won't stare at anyt …
answered Jan 25 '12 by YDK