Mikvah, Love & MarriageInsights, stories and articles to gain a deeper udnerstanding on the beautiful Mitzvah of Mikvah and how it can enhance your marriage.
"The mikvah for me is a place like no other. I often find myself running to the mikvah from an engagement party or other event, but once I am there it is a place of total tranquility. It is a place where I can fully take the time without any distractions to reflect...
A married menopausal women can visit the Mikvah and not only gain spiritually herself , but also impact a retroactively positive effect on her children and grandchildren.
I often have the feeling as I go through the twenty-four hours of the day that man is becoming more and more two-dimensional, going through the motions of life and calling it living.
Rabbi Yitzchak Schochet reflects on how to keep a marriage alive. Rodney Dangerfield once said: “My wife and I had 25 wonderful years — then we met.”
Researcher Dr Amelie Turgel takes a look at the impact that the observance of the Jewish laws of family purity may have on creating happy marriages. Read what the women who were interviewed talk about.
Mikvah has been discribed as a ‘capsule in timelessness’ Time is a finite concept and totally physical. The experience of Mikvah has no relation to physical bounds for it is totally a spiritual concept.