Rabbi Berland’s Prayer to Be Saved From the Bit of the Snake and Scorpion
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, heal for me my legs, and save me from the bite of the snake and the scorpion.
And may I merit to be encompassed in the soul of our holy and awesome teacher, who is the soul of Moshe (345) the faithful shepherd, and through this may I merit to subdue Rahav (207) the ministering angel of Yishmael, and the Samech Mem (137) the angel of Esav + 1 = 345.
And may I merit that the soul of our holy and awesome teacher protects us, who combines the souls of Moshe (345) Yehoshua (391) = 736, and through this save my legs from the bite of the two terrible husks, the snake (358) and scorpion (378) = 736.
And from this moment heal for me my legs in the blink (305) of an eye (130) = 435 in the merit of the Tzaddik (209) the foundation (80) of the world (146) = 435.