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01/31/2012

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Nachman ben avraham

If they are hashems special kids why does one need to do a tikkun? Also, does this work for down syndrome?

LEAH

CAN THIS TIKKUN HEAL A CHILD ALSO WITH TOURETTE OCD ?

Dr. Zev Ballen

That is an excellent question. I will I"H bring the question with me to the Yeshiva tomorrow and try to get an answer for you from my beloved Rebbe -- Rabbi Shalom Arush.

Dr. Zev Ballen

Actually the souls of the special kids don't need tikkunim; but they do suffer in this world from an inability to communicate their feelings and needs. They feel very misunderstood by us. They can also experience sensory overload and strange physical sensations. When the father makes a tikkun for his autistic child, it uplifts the father spiritually which also gives relief to the child.

anonomous

Is this only for the extreames of Autisim or would it work for someone with Asbergers?

Also if yes, could it potentialy work for the person saying it?

Dr. Zev Ballen

This procedure is for any soul that is so Holy that it is having trouble fitting into a physical body. It very definately helps the one who is praying

A.S.

Does this tikun help a child who is spiritually sick,meaning who is off the derech?

Avraham

Is learning Talmud and Mishna (also saying Tehilim) in english also efective?

Dr. Zev Ballen

Yes praying in any language is effective. The Torah was given in 70 different languages and Hashem certainly understands them all.

leah

is there a tikkun also for tourette ocd?

Dr. Zev Ballen

Although this tikkun has been found to be helpful for Autism, it is a general tikkun which can certainly be used for tourette syndrome or obessive compulsive disorder. Hisbodidus and learning about emuna are also a winning combination.

Louey Simon

"Actually the souls of the special kids don't need tikkunim; but they do suffer in this world from an inability to communicate their feelings and needs. They feel very misunderstood by us."

Doesn't HaShem feel very misunderstood by us?

Since the autistic child feels very misunderstood, it's us who need the tikkun, not the autistic children. They're here to help correct us, our misplaces values, our closed hearts...our inability to communicate on the simplest, deepest, and most sincere, and well, real levels. Should these children suffer because of our inabilities to love, no....but why should the Shechinah?

* I'm not a parent of an autistic child, just a cousin of one. I cannot identify with the challenges of the autistic child or parent. And I don't know how to communicate to my cousin well enough, but he corrects me with many holy words that have proven to be 100% accurate in my mission in this world.
I think we all have trouble communicating our true feelings and need to be loved unconditionally at every moment by HaShem.

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