I Am Whole

Intro: This chant is a niggun, a wordless melody, that actually has words. The person who created it is named Bon Singer. And the words are: Ahava, v’rachamim, chesed, v’shalom. So what the words mean are: love, compassion or mercy, kindness, and peace, or holiness. And I like to think of this chant as one that will support you, it supports me, when I need a little extra “mm” to keep going. So the affirmation that I wrote for this is: I am love, I’m compassionate, I am kind, and I am whole.


I am love
I’m compassionate
I am kind
I am whole

Koach Baruch (KB) Frazier is a transformer, heartbeat of movements, healer, musician and co-founder of the Tzedek Lab, a network of practitioners working at the intersection of dismantling racism, antisemitism and white supremacy. A collaborative leader, rooted in tradition, curiosity and love, Koach strives to dismantle racism, actualize liberation and transform lives both sonically and spiritually. Koach lives with their wife, LaJuana in Philadelphia where he is a student at the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College.

Thank you to Rise Up, the Nathan Cummings Foundation and Lippman Kanfer Foundation for Living Torah for their generous support of Reset.

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  1. This chant was written by Bon Singer, a woman in Berkeley, Ca. Please change your attribution.

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