Striking chest while saying Selach lonu

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11 Jan 2009 13:54 - 28 Aug 2012 08:43 #818 by meirk
What's the minhog regarding striking the chest over the heart while saying selach lonu in shemoneh esreh? Do we do so? What about on a day in which tachanun is not said?

Todah.

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20 Jan 2009 19:46 #826 by Michael
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Every time one says Chotonu and Poshonu etc. one beats on his heart. This is done both in days one says Tachanun, and in days that one does not.

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19 Aug 2012 20:48 - 28 Aug 2012 08:39 #2170 by frankde9
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What is the source of this gesture ?

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27 Aug 2012 04:37 - 28 Aug 2012 08:41 #2175 by aumann
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Even though the Mekor Chaim (Rabbi of Worms) writes not to strike when Tachanun is not recited, that position does not reflect Minhag Ashkenaz (Rabbi Hamburger).

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23 Nov 2012 17:55 #2218 by Michael
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What is the source of this gesture ?


The Makor Chaim (of the Chavas Yoir) and Divrei Kehillos both bring that the Minhag is to strike every time one says Chtonu or Poshanu (even in Ovinu Malkeinu etc.).

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23 Nov 2012 17:56 #2219 by Michael
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Even though the Mekor Chaim (of the Chavas Yoir, Rabbi of Worms) writes not to strike when Tachanun is not recited, that position does not reflect Minhag Ashkenaz (Rabbi Hamburger).


Where does the Makor Chaim write this?

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29 Nov 2012 05:22 #2223 by aumann
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Even though the Mekor Chaim (of the Chavas Yoir, Rabbi of Worms) writes not to strike when Tachanun is not recited, that position does not reflect Minhag Ashkenaz (Rabbi Hamburger).


Where does the Makor Chaim write this?


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