1. The prayer on one side is in Hebrew. Is this just for Jews?
The Priestly Blessing is the most ancient of all Jewish blessings and is sacred to Christians as well, who generally call it “The Benediction.” Most Christian prayer services conclude with The Benediction. But the power of this blessing has touched people of all religions and of no religion through the ages.
2. Does Rabbi Levy really write personal prayers?
Yes. Rabbi Levy addresses each of her prayers to the person it is for, according to the needs and requests of each soul needing a blessing.
The ancient Hebrew prayer is printed on one side. On the other side she composes a prayer just for you. To do so, she sets aside quiet time in her study, where she can focus on your blessing with love and attention.
“I put my heart into each blessing, so that it may enter your heart.”
3. Isn’t this just superstition?
To believe that a Kamea is a magical object that can cause miracles or shield its wearer from harm is surely a superstition.
Rabbi Levy explains that wearing a Kamea is a grounding. It is a sacred reminder. It helps us to balance mind, heart, soul and body. It helps us to align our deepest prayers with our outer actions. It reminds us that we are blessed by God each day and all too often we forget to remember how truly blessed we are.
4. What if I don’t see the blessing I need in the drop down menu?
Rabbi Levy composes blessings for each soul based on the needs you express to her. Please type in the box provided what type of blessing you are seeking.
5. Are they waterproof?
None of our Kameas are waterproof or water resistant. Please do not shower or bathe in them.
6. Do you ship internationally?
Yes, but be aware there may be signifiant delays and extra costs for customs and duties. If you'd like to order internationally, please e-mail us at email@example.com and we'll help you arrange.
8. Can I return or exchange my kamea?
Yes, of course. The purpose of a kamea is to feel surrounded by blessing. If you are unhappy with your kamea please return it and you will receive a full refund excluding shipping. Unfortunately, we cannot refund shipping costs.
In order to receive a refund, please send the kamea back within 30 days in the original packing material or in secure, protective packing to the mailing address. If you have any questions, contact us at blessed@blessfulness,com.
9. What if I forget the blessing? Can I take it out and read it?
You can easily remove the sterling cap off the sterling and glass kameas, and you can remove the metal cap from the bamboo kameas to take out your two-sided double-blessing. You will also receive a digital photo of both sides of your kamea scroll, so will always be able to read it.
10. What are your kameas made from?
The silver and glass kameas are handmade by a lovely silversmith in Bali. He and his family make all their jewelry by hand in a small workshop/home near Denpasar.
The kameas are .925 sterling. The sterling chains are imported from Italy and are also 925 silver and rhodium (white gold) plated.
Our bamboo kameas are organic and homegrown!
11. What are the dimensions of the kameas?
The sterling kameas are 2 1/4 inches long and 1/4 inch in diameter. The pocket bamboo 1 3/4 inches long and 1/4 inch in diameter, with slight variation. The natural kameas are 2 1/4 inches long and 1/4 inch in diameter. The small polished sterling kameas are 1 3/8 inches long and 1/4 inches in diameter.12. What can I expect when I begin wearing my kamea?
Don’t expect earth-shattering changes! Expect to become more and more aware of your place in God’s universe, more mindful of your blessings, more calm, more balanced, more aware of being in God’s shelter every minute of the day.
13. How will my kamea arrive?
Each Sterling Kamea comes complete with its personal blessing and chain of choice in a beautiful gift box, along with a brief explanatory note. The bamboo Pocket Kameas come in a natural pouch along with an explanatory note. You'll also receive an e-mail containing a photo of both sides of your personal blessing.
14. What is the meaning of the word "Blessfulness"?
We live in a time of plenty, yet most of us are aware of an emptiness, a tug, a void. We have more than any people have ever had in history, and yet we don’t seem to ever have enough. Blessfulness is a state of soul. It’s more than mindfulness. It’s a minute by minute awareness of how truly blessed we are, even when facing challenges. Blessfulness is a state of heavenly bliss, a knowing that the heaven we are praying for is actually here for us to notice and embrace. Blessfulness is a fullness, it’s knowing “my cup runneth over” every day.