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Rabbi Adin Steinsalz in his Sefer Hasidur V'Hatefila - page 38 says there are three levels in Kavana. 1 - Is to understand the meaning of the words one is saying (Orach Chaim 98:1). 2 - To identify …
answered Jan 28 '15 by Gershon Gold
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I remember hearing a story about the six day war when the Kosel was recaptured by the Israeli army and some people went for the first time in years. There was a soldier there crying. His friend who wa …
answered Jan 25 '11 by Gershon Gold
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I once heard someone ask Rabbi Shlomo Halberstam Zatzal of Bobov - what Kavanos one should have when he puts on his Tallis? He responded the main Kavana one should have is that he is not hitting the p …
answered Oct 28 '12 by Gershon Gold
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Shema is said aloud in unison and you do not disturb others when you do it, however if everyone was saying their part of Shemona Esrei out loud there would be no way to concetrate. In addition at Shem …
answered Jul 10 '11 by Gershon Gold
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http://ohr.edu/ask_db/ask_main.php/142/Q1/ Each person should do whatever would make him concentrate better. Both Shuckling and standing still, are legitimate ways of prayer.
answered Jul 2 '12 by Gershon Gold
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Based on msh210's answer to Missing Barchu at Maariv that there is no benefit in saying Borchu at the end of Maariv then it is better to Daven with Kavana.
answered Feb 14 '12 by Gershon Gold
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http://www.chabadyavne.com/contents.asp?fid=82&av=2327 The Piskei Teshuvos 61:5 mentions from the Arizal that the hand has to actually cover the eyes. However the Kloizenberger Rebbe Zatzal held …
answered Jan 25 '12 by Gershon Gold