The Ana Bekoach prayer is a powerful and ancient Jewish prayer that is believed to have originated during the Talmudic period. It is often recited as a meditation or a form of spiritual practice, and is considered to be a form of Kabbalistic prayer. The prayer consists of seven lines, each containing six words, and is traditionally recited on Friday nights and during other significant Jewish holidays. Many people believe that reciting the Ana Bekoach prayer can help to strengthen their connection to the divine, increase their spiritual awareness, and bring about positive changes in their lives. In this introduction, we will explore the history and significance of the Ana Bekoach prayer, and examine how it can be used as a tool for spiritual growth and transformation.
Please read the prayers below which will provide guidance for Ana Bekoach Prayer. May God Bless You!
Ana Bekoach Prayer
Please, by the great power of thy right hand, O set the captive free;
Revered G-d, accept thy people’s prayer; strengthen us, cleanse us;
Almighty G-d, guard us as the apple of the eye of those who seek thee;
Bless them, cleanse them, pity them; ever grant them thy truth;
Mighty, holy G-d, in thy abundant grace, guide thy people;
Accept our prayer, hear our cry, thou who knowest secret thoughts;
Blessed be the name of his glorious majesty forever and ever;