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  • #598425

    yid4life
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    My friend and I were saying shir hashirim 40 days in a row as a segulah for our friend who is single and 32 years old (a woman)… We finished the 40th day on Sunday, and she got engaged today!!!!!!!! I am freaking out!! I just need to telll people!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Wow how much kochos our tefillos have!! We have to remember how powerful the gift of speech is, both positively and negatively.

    #797505

    kapusta
    Participant

    Mazal Tov!!

    *kapusta*

    #797506

    aries2756
    Participant

    Mazal tov! What great news. Thanks for sharing.

    #797507

    WIY
    Member

    Mazel Tov! That is beautiful.

    #797508

    amichai
    Participant

    mazel tov!

    #797509

    Bitochon
    Participant

    Mazel tov!

    #797510

    miriamr
    Member

    I said Shir hashirim for my daughter 40 days in a row between chatzos and alos. This segula was suggested by one of my daughter’s teachers at the time. The phone call suggesting the shidduch for her beshert came on the 40 th day exactly. That was 10 years ago (She now has 4 kids). I have since done it for a number of other people with 100% success, including an aguna of 9 years (She got her get and remarried). I plan on starting for another daughter right after Tisha bav. (I once had a shyla about saying it on Tishabav and I feel it’s best to avoid it)

    #797511

    jmj613
    Participant

    Thats real great !!!!!!!! and gives loads of chizuk. Hashem is craving for our tfilos sadly we dont believe in ourselves that they can do something….Mazel Tov!!!!

    #797512

    mommamia22
    Participant

    What a wonderful idea… I think I’ll try to do that for my friends. Kol hakavod!

    #797513

    yid4life
    Member

    Wow miriamr that is so cool and so nice! When that happened were you freaking out?? My heart was beating so fast when I found out and I started crying out of happiness. It’s so nuts. Thanks for sharing.

    jmj613- 100% agree. Our tfilos are so powerful if only we would realize that on a day to day basis.

    #797514

    always here
    Participant

    B’H & Mazel Tov!!

    8 yrs. ago, when my older daughter was in shidduchim, I started learning “Chofetz Chaim: A Lesson A Day” & before/within/around the 40 days she had met & became engaged to her now husband of 8 yrs. & B’H they have 3 children, k’a’h. 🙂

    #797515

    kylbdnr
    Member

    wow that is quite freaky!

    mazal tov!!

    #797516

    Ofcourse
    Member

    miriamr, with these times, when should Shir Hashirim be said according to your Segulah? Between 1:02 pm and 4:21 am or between 4:21 am and 1:02 pm?

    Thursday, August 4, 2011 4 Av, 5771

    Times for: Brooklyn, NY

    Alot Hashachar (dawn) 4:21 am

    Earliest Tallit and Tefillin 4:55 am

    Netz Hachamah (sunrise) 5:56 am

    Latest Shema 9:29 am

    Zman Tefillah 10:40 am

    Chatzot (midday) 1:02 pm

    #797517

    HereWeGo
    Member

    I think it’s chatzos meaning midNIGHT- so between 1:02am and 4:21am.

    #797518

    person3
    Member

    Where can you find out what time chatzos (halayala?) is? Are there any websites that say?

    #797519

    Health
    Participant

    And I called for YWN to have a separate Tilllim list for Shidduchim. It was seconded by only one. Does anybody else want to join my call?

    #797520

    kylbdnr
    Member

    There’s a number I have that you call and put in your zip code and you have the option of choosing if you wanna hear the time for chatzos, alos, mincha etc.

    Am I allowed to post the number?

    go ahead

    #797521

    aries2756
    Participant

    Health, I’m with you on that. Kol Hakovod!

    #797522

    be good
    Participant

    I hate to burst your bubbles up there, and I’m really happy for the posters above…

    But I have completed many 40 day cycles of Sh’H’Sh for myself and others and I’m still looking. I should state that whenever I did it- something did move (I got a phone call, a date, whatever) but never a Yeshua.

    I just don’t want people thinking this is a foolproof recipe- you need to daven and it has to be the right time…

    #797523

    MDG
    Participant

    You can download the program Kaluach. Set your place and it will tell you the times for sunrise, sunset, chatzot, kriat sh’ma, Shabbat, etc. You can also set you own custom halachic times.

    #797524

    Health
    Participant

    be good – Well maybe you should reconsider your offers. Maybe you’re being too picky.

    #797525

    MDG
    Participant

    be good,

    I know a person that said Shir HaShirim for forty days, but nothing happened…until exactly a year later, to the day. I guess it had to be the right time.

    #797526

    Mazel tov!

    be good, i waiting for s1 to say that! i’ll second you there… when my aunt got engaged after a few years of waiting and countless times of saying shir hashirim, lighting candles and lots of other segulas – she said, def. the segulas all helped, but in the end there was the right time. And btw she couldn’t have met him any earlier, he wasn’t available yet..

    #797527

    “Where can you find out what time chatzos (halayala?) is? Are there any websites that say? “

    Myzmanim.com

    They have all the zmanim for all over the world.

    #797528

    yitayningwut
    Participant

    Zemanim Hotline – 718-331-8463

    #797529

    kylbdnr
    Member

    Yay I got permission lol 🙂

    the number is 718 331 8463

    #797530

    oomis
    Participant

    Mazel tov. kein yirbu.

    #797531

    HaLeiVi
    Participant

    By the way, that’s 331-TIME

    #797532

    Cool magic trick!!

    #797533

    kylbdnr
    Member

    cool I never realized 🙂

    I just save it to my phone

    #797534

    Ofcourse
    Member

    miriamr, please can you define “between chatzos and alos”. Thanks.

    #797535

    miriamr
    Member

    Sorry for this belated reply. I just haven’t come back here since I wrote that post. Chatzos is the Chatzos at night. There is usually only one time for that. Here in Israel it is 12:44 a.m. There are 2 times given for Alos Hashachar in Israel right now 4:23 a.m. and 4:33 a.m. I also want to point out that the successes were not immediate except in the case of my daughter. I think with the aguna it took a year or two after that. I did it without her knowing and only afterwards told her. It was worth it only if it made her happy and she felt that someone was on her side.

    #797536

    Ofcourse
    Member

    miriamr, do I get this correctly, are you saying that for 40 days straight you said Shir Hashirim between 12:44am and 4:23 am? For 40 days straight, you never were asleep at that hour? Wow.

    #797537

    miriamr
    Member

    True.Many times I have had to set my alarm. But you cant imagine how uplifting it feels to do this. It infuses the rest of the day as well.

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