As we begin Parshas Shemos, we begin the holy days of Shovevim. These days constitute an opportunity that we have once a year, to do ‘tikkun habris’. According to the Zohar Hakadosh, this is an opportunity that is limited to six weeks only, during which the Kabbalist Yeshiva 'Nahar Shalom' in Jerusalem will conduct the holy tikkun, according to the secrets of Kabbalah, to correct the sin known to negatively affect our neshamos.
"We are now in the first week of these important days of Shovevim," they say at Yeshivas Nahar Shalom, "and there is a known segulah, as stated in the name of the Arizal, that the six weeks from Parshas Shemos to Parshas Mishpatim are for the correction of all aveiros to do with the tikkun habris, which causes bad decrees and disasters in the world, as it is written in the book of the Holy Zohar."
The time to do the tikkun to cancel the bad decrees and punishments is right now. It is led by Rosh Hayeshiva Vehamekubal Rabbi Benayahu Shmueli Shlita, together with all the students of the yeshiva, who will fast that entire day, while saying the 'Aneinu' tefilah with the kavanos of the Rashash and with the mentioning of the holy Names for the tikkun of p’gam habris and for a good and happy life.
וחטאך בצדקה פרוק"”: If you want to be a partner in this tikkun and you are unable to fast, the fast can be redeemed for $1260, using the following calculation: 84 x 5 = 420, which corresponds to the 5 different kinds of sins related to tikkun habris. That number is then multiplied by 3, because $3 is the minimum amount of money that a meal can be purchased for. 420 x 3 = $1260.
Additionally, you can participate in the tikkun hayesod via the live stream, which will be available on the day of the tikkun, for the benefit of the public.