Rabbi Berland’s Prayer For A Complete Recovery Of The Heart
The following is translated from Rabbi Eliezer Berland’s compendium of prayers in the Refuah Shleimah booklet. To get the prayer in the original Hebrew, you can buy the booklet HERE.
Master of the world, who can do anything, from whom nothing is withheld, may I merit to pour out my heart like water before You.
And may I merit (39) genuine (501) humility (161) and lowliness (822), and on (106) account of (24) this (12) may I merit (33) to be encompassed (115) in Your endless (66) (146) light (229) = 2255.
And may this hour be a time of favor, like it says, “and I (61), my prayer (820) to You Hashem (76), a time (470) of favor (346), G-d (86) in Your abundant (204) kindness (92) = 2255 answer me with the truth of Your salvation”.
And send (338) a complete (375) recovery (292) to my heart (42) in the blink (285) of an eye (130).
And in the merit that I will learn Torah day and night may I merit to be a just (300) man (311) who is wise (68) and understanding (114) = 2255, and in the merit of this may I have a complete recovery in the blink of an eye. Amen, Netzach, Selah, Va’ed.
Visit the A-Z of prayers by Rabbi Eliezer Berland, HERE.