Learn a few rules of Jewish men Fasting during SHOVAVIM. Rabbi Yaron Reuven says, a man doesn't have to fast during SHOVAVIM. He should focus on learning about Tikkun HaBrit, doing TeShuva and Tikkunim (supporting & sharing Tikkun HaBrit teachings). We are in parashat B'Shelach and have THREE weeks left of Tikkun SHOVAVIM. Every little bit helps to clean the sins of the past.
Rabbi Yaron Reuven says that issues of immorality impurify the soul and make it difficult to accept the teachings of the Torah and the Sages, and that any time someone goes against the Sages they usually suffer from these sins. SHOVAVIM stands for the first letters of the six Torah portions of: Shemot, Va'era, Bo, Beshelach, Yitro, and Mishpatim.
The next THREE weeks are an auspicious time to do TeShuva and Tikkunim (rectification) for sins of immorality. And there is no better TeShuva than helping others overcome the same sins. ✨The TIKKUN helps Rectify The Blemish of The Past. Doing A Tikkun Here: http://TikkunHaBrit.Live Supports The Film & Teachings That Are Also The SOLUTION TO HELP OTHERS!!