Ring with "Ana Bekoach" Engraving & Chrysoberyl Gemstone
This wavy, feminine ring showcases a center chrysoberyl gemstone, surrounded by an inscription of words from the "Ana Bekoach" prayer on sterling silver.
"Ana Bekoach" was written in the first century by the great Kabalistic Rabbi, Rabbi Nehunia Ben Hakana. The prayer was written according to the seventy names of God - a term related to Abraham. The Ana Bekoach is composed of seven lines, with six words in each line. The first letter of every word is taken, thereby creating the 42-letter name. The combination of Ana Bekoach is hidden in the first 42 letters of the book of Genesis. The letters are translated using a secret kabalistic calculation. The prayer Ana Bekoach holds powerful energies that can affect our lives and work as a kind of meditation code. According to Kabbalah, through its special energies Ana Bekoach mediates between the spiritual and the material worlds. Kabbalah explains that the prayer’s seven verses bring us back to the pure energy that existed in the world at the time of Creation. The Ana Bekoach meditation can help the praying person regain control, put order in life's chaos, and bring about positive change in their lives. This pendant has one of the 72 divine names of Hashem, "Aleph, Lamed, Dalet", inscribed in the center with its meaning. The meaning is protection against the evil eye and that which removes obstacles and negativity. Hashem is said to have 72 divine names formed from 3 verses in Sefer Shmot. The ancient Kabbalist Rav Shimon bar Yochai wrote in the Zohar that it was Moses, not God, who parted the Red Sea, allowing the Israelites to narrowly escape Pharaoh and the Egyptian army. In order to accomplish this miracle, Moses combined the power of certainty with a very powerful spiritual technology. He had possession of a formula that literally gave him access to the subatomic realm of nature.
This would make a sentimental gift for any occasion.