Hilchos Krias Shema She’al Hamitah Before one goes to sleep at night one must say Krias Shema, the beracha of Hamapil, and other pesukim and teffilos. Kerias Shema Sheal Hamita:[1]. On Motzei Shabbos, Tachanun is omitted from Kerias Shema Sheal Hamita[2] when reciting it prior to midnight. Kriat Shema Edut Hmizrach Tri-Fold. $ Kriat Shema Sheal Hamita – Nightly Krias Shema – One Sheet. $ Birkat Hamazon & Krias Shma Nusach Ari.

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Originally, the Shema consisted of only one verse: According to Arizalreading this prayer with great concentration is also effective in cleansing one from sin.

If one davened Maariv before night, one must say all three parshios of Shema i. However, according to many Poskim, if any amount of light is present in the room, even if shining from the outside e.

Navigation xhema Personal tools Create account Log in. The recitation of the Shema in the liturgy, however, shemaa of three portions: The “movement of a leaf in the wind” is part of the unfolding Divine presence, and is a necessary part of the complete Tikkun Rectification in Kabbalah.

Creation only derives from Shwma revelatory antropomorphic “speech” as in Genesis 1and even this is unlike the external speech of Man, as it too suema “within” God. It contains the promise sjema reward for serving God with all one’s heart, soul, and might Deut The following common sins require special attention; Chanifus – false fattery, Shekarim – lies, Laitzanus – mockery, Lashon Horah – Speaking or ListeningBittul Torah for men. To ensure fulfillment of these key commands, God also commands in the third portion a practical reminder, wearing the tzitzit”that ye may remember and do all my commandments, and be holy unto your God.

However, “It is not the essence of the Divine, to create Worlds and sustain them”, as this ability is only external to the Infinite essence “outside” God. If one wakes up during the night after sleeping, one may talk and eat, and one does not repeat Hamapil a 2nd time before going to sleep again.


It is traditional for Jews to say the Shema as their last wordsand for parents to teach their children to say it before they go to sleep at night. However, if one is thirsty and wishes to take a drink, or must do kriaz activity before saying Hamapil and lying kriax to sleep, one may do so, and afterwards one should repeat the first parsha of Shema i.

Krias Shema

This is discussed in the Tanya. Please click on this link: Kitzur Shulchan Aruch There is an emphasis on the oneness kriaw God and on the sole worship of God by Israel. Then, one should turn to lie on the right side so that the digested food will more easily pass out of the stomach.

It is questionable whether a non-jew in the house acts as a protection. God is One, as nothing has any independent existence without this continual flow of Divine Will to Create.

Protect yourself and your family. The ability to create can only come from the infinite Divine essence, represented by the Tetragrammaton name of God. Reform Jews also recite the whole of the first paragraph of the Shema aloud.

Kriyas Shema Sh’Al Hamita, קריאת שמע שעל המיטה –

However, Bi’dieved, if one has an urgent need to interrupt after saying Hamapil, e. Birkot hashachar Akeida Offerings.

Rav Yitzchak Yosef Motzei Shabbat Emor min 18 said that his father’s opinion changed on the matter and therefore one should recite the bracha snema hamapil with shem umalchut even after chatzot. The following people need to be more careful kias others from being harmed by “mazikin” – demons at all times during the day and night, and they kriad therefore not be left alone: The following verses are commonly referred to as the V’ahavta according to the first word of the verse immediately following the Shemaor in Classical Hebrew V’ahav’ta meaning “and you shall love This is cited by Dirshu In Paradea musical based on true events, the main character Leo Frankwrongly accused of the murder of a child worker at the pencil factory he manages, recites the Shema Yisrael as a vigilante gang kidnap and hang him in the final scenes of the work.

Please do not speak, or kiras to, any Loshon Ho’ra. Others are stringent in this regard only when they have davened Maariv before night and have not yet been yotze Krias Shema. The first verse encapsulates the monotheistic essence of Judaism: The Talmud emphasizes that you will, at some point, whether you choose to or not, and therefore uses “shall” – future tense – love God.


If one is unsure that he will actually fall asleep during the night one should not say Hamapil, but should say Krias Shema.

Ve’ahavata, V’hoya, and Va’yomer and have in mind to be yotze the mitzvah of Shema at night, and Zechiras Yetzias Mitrayim. And the second is like, namely this, Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself.

It also contains a repetition of the contents of the first portion -but this time spoken to the second person plural, Whereas the first portion is directed to the individual Jew, this time it is directed to the whole community, all the Jews. Before going to sleep, the first paragraph of the Shema is recited. Arnold Schoenberg used it as part of the story to his narrative orchestral work A Survivor from Warsaw Yalkut Yosef writes that it is permitted to do something necessary after hamapil such as put a child back to sleep.

Then verse 7 goes on to remind the community to remember all the commandments and to “teach them diligently to your children and speak of them when you sit down and when you walk, when you lie down and when you rise”, [4] to recite the words of God when retiring or rising; to bind those words “on thy arm and thy head” classically Jewish oral tradition interprets as tefillinand to “inscribe them on the door-posts of your house and on your gates” referring to mezuzah.

Retrieved from ” https: Pop versions have been published by Mordechai ben David and Sarit Hadad. Additionally, the Talmud points out that subtle references to the Ten Commandments can be found in the three portions.