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To make the experience spiritual, create a sacred space within which to set your chanukiah, the special menorah used on this holiday. This can be as simple as placing a special table cloth on the table, burning incense in the room, or saying a prayer invoking the Divine Presence to join you for this ritual.
- tells you all about Emily, what she can do for you, and has her voiceOne of the most well known Jewish practices related to the observance of Shabbat (the Sabbath) is the lighting of oil lamps or candles before its commencement. The practice is often thought to have been initiated by the Pharisees, a prominent Jewish sect in the late Second Temple period. Whatever the case, the practice is ancient and according to the first century Jewish historian Josephus, its popularity had even spread among non-Jews.
Consider adding a dimmer switch if you don't have one already. Dimmers may seem simple but they can make a very dramatic impact on the mood and feel of the whole room. For instance, when set fully on, your lighting will be perfect for those every day vanity tasks, such as shaving or makeup. But turn the dimmer down just a bit and you'll have soft, gentle lighting for a more romantic or relaxing soak in the bath.
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