by Dr. Zev Ballen
B"H there was a great deal of interest in my last post about the tikkun for autism and other ailments that was lovingly sent to us by Eliyaho HaNavi through a hidden tzaddick who told us about it through our beloved Rebbe - Rabbi Shalom Arush. I was particularly moved by emails from single mothers who had no one to do the tikkun for their children. Rabbi Brody even received an email from a young Autistic man who asked if he could make the tikkun on himself - saying that although he is not able to cross the street by himself, he is able to concentrate on learning and prayer!
Many people have sent me the names of their children and I had all of them in mind when I made the tikkun last Thursday night for the first time. I did not expect to see results so quickly so I was very encouraged to receive word from one mother who sees a very dramatic change in her son's behavior. I have also seen what appears to be a positive development in my son Yossie's condition.
I want to clarify that this is a general tikkun which was found to be very helpful to children with autism, but that it is not limited to autism alone. I prayed for many people with other ailments and difficult life situations as well -- may Hashem grant them Deliverance from their pain!
My next project will be to organize a chabura (group) of Holy Avrechim (married students) from our Yeshiva who are willing to make the tikkun every Thursday night on a rotating basis. For now, I am praying for the strength to continue it on my own. Please feel free to send me the names of your own children or loved ones who you would like me to add to my list. I am particularly eager to hear from the families of Nachlaot where it was recently discovered that an organized ring of "religious" sexual predators have been preying on innocent children for the past five years - May Hashem immediately avenge their pain!
You can write to me at: email@example.com.
With Blessings Always,
Dr. Zev Ballen