Q&A: Reciting Shemot HaTzaddikim (The Names Of The Righteous)

Q: Shalom,when is the best time for reading (names of the tzaddikim)?It should be recited one time or in some parts?for which problems we can read this names(illness,marriage,parnasa………)?

You can read/recite the names of the tzaddikim in part or in its entirety (it’s a lot!) for any problem you wish to address (illness, marriage, etc.), for any person or persons you would like it to benefit.

All the best.

Ozer Bergman

PS. For all of our readers who would like to purchase a Shemot HaTzaddikim (compilation of the names of Tzaddikim,) this book has been included at the end of the BRI Rebbe Nachman’s Tikkun Hard Cover. It has been compiled by Reb Noson in Hebrew but is followed by a Hebrew/English prayer to be recited upon completing the recitation of the names.

Author: Ozer Bergman

Ozer Bergman is an editor for the Breslov Research Institute, a spiritual coach, and author of Where Earth and Heaven Kiss: A Practical Guide to Rebbe Nachman's Path of Meditation.

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