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Mikvah Immersion

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Enter the Mikvah and immerse once. Recite the blessing:BO-RUCH A-TOH A-DOH-NOI E-LO-HAI-NU ME-LECH HO-O-LOM A-SHER KI-D’-SHO-NU B’-MITZ-VO-SOV’-TZI-VO-NU AL HA-T’-VI-LOH.

Blessed are you G-d, our G-d, King of the Universe, who sanctified us with Your commandments concerning immersion.

Immerse again according to custom.

Upon completion many women say the following:

Y’-HI RO-TZON MI-L’-FO-NEH-CHOH A-DOH-NOI- E-LO-HAI-NU VAI-LO-HAI A-VO-SAI-NU SHE-YI-BO-NEH BAIS HA-MIK-DOSH BI-M’-HAI-ROH V’-YO-MAI-NU V’-SAIN CHEL-KAI-NU B’-SO-RO-SEH-CHOH.

May it be Your will, L-rd, Our G-d and G-d of our fathers, that the Holy Temple be rebuilt speedily in our days, and grant us a portion in Your Torah.

The gates of heaven are now open to your private prayers.

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