Source[ edit ] The obligation to recite a blessing upon leaving the bathroom could be traced to the following passage in Berachot 60b :  One who enters a latrine should say [to the ministering angels who accompany him], "Be honored, honored and holy ones who serve the Most High! Give glory to the God of Israel; leave me while I enter and do my will [i. Abaye said: A person should not speak like this, for they might leave him and go; rather, he should say, "Guard me, guard me, help me, help me, support me, support me, wait for me, wait for me until I enter and come out, for this is the way of human beings. It is obvious and known before Your Seat of Honor, that if even one of them would be opened, or one of them would be sealed, it would be impossible [to survive and] to stand before You. Rav said, "who heals the sick. Rather, [the conclusion of the benediction should be] "who heals all flesh.
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OpenCube Inc. It is obvious and known before Your Throne of Glory that if but one of them were to be ruptured or if one of them were to be blocked it would be impossible to survive and to stand before You even for a short period of time. Blessed are You, Hashem, Who heals all flesh and acts wonderously. It is recited every morning as part of the Birchat HaShachar, Morning Blessings and again, every time after using the bathroom.
Yes, every time after using the bathroom, we wash our hands, Once is enough, while some wash three times. There is no need to use a vessel, though some have the custom to use a vessel , and thank Hashem for maintaining our health and well being by reciting the bracha - Asher Yatzar.
One should wait until they have left the bathroom before reciting this bracha, as it is inappropriate to pray in the bathroom. The Chafetz Chaim and other Great Sages write that the reciting of Asher Yatzar with the proper Kavanah sincerity, devotion, intent and from the written text, has the power to help one have a healthy body all of their life.
There are many people who were saved from a severe illness by saying this Bracha from the written text with the proper kavanah. This is an easy way to keep down all those doctor fees!! He pronounced each word slowly and clearly.
The child had a completely recovery. Kenneth M. Prager, M. I first began to understand the appropriateness of this short prayer After seeing patients whose lives revolved around their dialysis machines, and while caring for patients with colostomies and urinary catheters, I realized how wise the Rabbis had been [to institute this prayer]. The posters are available in several sizes and nuschaot and translated into numerous languages. Sources: Shulchan Aruch Orach Chaim
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