The period of niddah is a time, usually lasting twelve days to fourteen days, when Jewish law forbids conjugal relations. Niddah begins with the onset of menstruation and is completed with the woman’s immersion in a mikvah, a ritual pool of water.
When a wife returns from the mikvah, marital relations may resume. That night is especially auspicious for intimacy between the couple.
Judaism views the physical union between a husband and wife as sacred. The couple can (and should) continue to be together as often as they wish for the duration of this time, especially on Shabbat, a day of delights.
Separating each month can be difficult, but the payoff is tremendous. To begin with, you are living in accordance with the will of G‑d, the third partner in every marriage.
As an added bonus, there is something magically rejuvenating about the mikvah night, as husband and wife come together as they did on their wedding night, experiencing a monthly honeymoon.
Many couples have discovered that the cycle of closeness and distance built into this mitzvah keeps their relationship fresh and exciting.
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