Item description for Total Immersion: A Mikvah Anthology by Rivkah Slonim & Liz Rosenberg...
In this best-selling collection of almost fifty essays and stories about the mikvah (the Jewish ritual bath), women and men contribute their thoughts on this ancient Jewish tradition. The issues of mikvah and Jewish family purity are addressed from philosophic, psychological, mystical, legal, practical, historical and personal points of view.
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Studio: Urim Publications
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.75" Width: 6.5" Height: 9" Weight: 1.1 lbs.
Release Date Feb 15, 2006
Publisher Urim Publications
ISBN 9657108683 ISBN13 9789657108680
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Reviews - What do customers think about Total Immersion: A Mikvah Anthology?
A Valuable Resource Jun 25, 2008
Mikvah and the Laws of Family Purity are from the most difficult to understand and digest. No one does it better than Rivkah Slonim. If you have considered Mikvah, never really understand it or simply curious this is your book. A valuable compendium and resource. This book would be a great gift for a bride.
Review of 2nd edition of Total Immersion: A Mikvah Anthology May 24, 2006
While all of the essays in this book about Jewish women's use of the ritual baths are beautiful and well written, the one by Sara Lejderman of Sweden touched me the most. She was sexually abused as a child, as a teen, and then as a woman. She managed to survive that and become a successful wife and mother, and yet she constantly felt contaminated. The story of her "cure" is a gift to all readers who ever needed to overcome any challenge (which is all of us). May G-d bless Sara Lejderman with good health, happiness, and peace of mind, every day of her life. Even without ever meeting her, I love her.-- Jewish, NY,USA
Total Immersion in the beauty of Judaism Aug 5, 1997
I read this book with an open, but skeptical heart. I am a recent convert to Judaism, single, and searching for where I am comfotrable in the plethora of traditions and decisions, and the question of niddah and mikvah observances arose. I have always been interested in the tradition, but it wasn't until I stepped into a mikvah myself that I felt the embracing arms of Judaism so completely. Ms. Slonim et al., have put together a wonderful collection of facts and personal stories. I cried when I realized there were other women out there who felt the same way I did, though it is never discussed. While reading this I felt a sisterhood, in a way, that I've never felt. I no longer have to feel ashamed, scared of being the only one. Thank you Ms. Slonim, thank you. Todah. Shalom