A shiviti is a visual tool designed to aid Jewish meditation, either as a prelude to liturgical prayer or as a contemplative practice all its own. (Learn more at this shiviti page at OpenSiddur.) The name shiviti comes from Psalm 16:8, שִׁוִּיתִי יְהוָ”ה לְנֶגְדִּי תָמִי / shiviti YHVH l’negdi tamid, “I place God before me always.”
Steve Silbert has created a contemporary shiviti inviting the person who is praying to look inward.
Find more High Holiday liturgy from Bayit at: https://yourbayit.org/holy-at-home/
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