Prayer for the legs to be healed without any doctors

Rabbi Berland’s Prayer For The Legs To Be Healed Without Any Doctors

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 and from whom nothing is withheld, may I merit to pour out my heart like water before You.

And send (344) +1 (in the merit of Moshe (345) the faithful shepherd) to me (30) a complete (375) recovery (292) for my legs (273) = 1314 in the merit that I will merit in everything to unify the Name (341) of the Holy One (415) Blessed (232) is He (12).

And through this, may I merit that there will be imbued in me the angel Metatron (314) = 1314 and open for me the gates (580) of holiness (420) and through this may I merit to see the rectification of the Kingship of Shakai (314).

And reveal for me the light (207) of emunah (107).

And through this may there be fulfilled in me that which was said, “because (30) Israel (541) performs (381) valor (48)” = 1314 and may I be always full of awe (216) and fear (98).

And through this, may I merit to fulfil completely, “the man (311) with him (47) and his father (25) you will fear (617)” = 1314 and may I merit wisdom (73) with (110) humility (131).

And may I believe with complete emunah, “in the Healer (289) of the sick (54) of His nation (116) Israel (541)” = 1314 who is able to send a complete recovery to my legs, without any operation and without any doctor at all.

And through this may I merit that there is imbued in me the souls of Moshiach the son of Yosef Moshiach the son of David, that will build the Beit HaMikdash.


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