Birkat Kohanim

Paintings of Birkat Kohanim – Priestly Blessing

Birkat Kohanim, also known as the Priestly Blessing, is a Jewish blessing that is recited by Kohanim (the Hebrew word for “priests”) during certain religious ceremonies. The blessing consists of a set of three Hebrew phrases.

The blessing is typically recited by Kohanim with their hands outstretched over the heads of the people who are gathered for the ceremony. This gesture is meant to symbolize the divine presence of God, and the words of the blessing are believed to carry the power to bring spiritual protection and blessings to those who receive it.

Birkat Kohanim is an ancient tradition that has been a part of Jewish religious practice for thousands of years. It is typically recited during special occasions such as holidays, weddings, and other religious ceremonies, and is considered a sacred and powerful moment in the life of the Jewish community.

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