Issue 27 | Parshat Vayishlach | The Power of Chitas



Words that Protect 

Are there any negative forces in your life that you would like to eliminate? We all have times when we could use some help from above against adversaries – external or internal – that are out to consume us. 

Here is a powerful tool – revealed to us by the Baal Shem Tov, and brought alive in a dramatic narrative – that can help protect us from, and actually shatter, all forms of darkness. 

This method is contained in one single word in this week’s Torah portion – a word that is rarely found in the Torah: Chitas. The word literally means terror – but it actually means a lot more. 

Chitas is also the term used to describe a study regimen instituted by the Frierdiker Rebbe, Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak. It seems like a simple custom: To study the daily cycle of Chitas, acronym for Chumash, Tehillim (Psalms) and Tanya. But you’ll be surprised to learn that there is much more that lies behind this custom. 

We buy insurance policies to protect us from all types of calamities. Here is a no-cost insurance policy that is guaranteed to watch over you and shatter all negative forces.


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