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סדר חצוצרות לראש חודש | Seder Ḥatsotsrot l’Rosh Ḥodesh (the Rite of Trumpets for the New Moon)

An Intention for Eating on Yom Kippur, by Rabba Melissa Scholten-Gutierrez (2022)

כַּוָּנוֹתִי בְּשִׁיר הָאַהֲבָה | Kavvanah for Shir ha-Ahavah (Song of Love), by Mendel Roth

Inauguration Day Prayer for the Government of the United States, by Rabbi David Seidenberg (neohasid.org 2021)

כוונה לקראת ישיבת הבורד | Kavvanah before the Meeting of the Board of a Philanthropic Organization, by Limor Rubin

כוונה להפרשת חלה לשבת | Kavvanah for the separation of ḥalah before Shabbat, by Rabbi Oded Mazor

Between the Fires: A Kavvanah for Lighting Candles of Commitment, by Rabbi Arthur Waskow (the Shalom Center)

אֶשָׂא עֵנַי | An adaptation of Esa Eynai (Psalms 121:1-2), by Ed Towbin-Issur haLevi

אוֹחִילָה לָאֵל | Oḥilah la’El, a reshut and a personal prayer offered by the shaliaḥ tsibbur, Yosef Goldman

תפילה לשוב לעבודה | A Prayer for (finally) getting back to work, by Chaya Kaplan-Lester

Kavvanah before eating or drinking on Yom Kippur for military personnel on active service (IDF 2017)

כוונה ליום הבחירות | Kavvanah for Israeli Election Day, by Rabbi Noa Mazor

תפילה לתורם דם | The Blood Donor’s Prayer, by Elli Fischer

Kavvanot when Washing One’s Body Before Shabbes, by Eyal Raviv

A Prayer before Candle-lighting, by Chaya Kaplan-Lester

A Prayer for Kavvanah, by Amanda Rush

How to Annotate Your Siddur (sourcesheet), by Rabbi Mordechai Torczyner

Thirteen Intentions of Faith Taught at the Beit HaMidrash of Elat Chayyim, by Rabbi Zalman Schachter-Shalomi

Shabbat Affirmations for Erev Shabbat, by Rabbi Zalman Schachter-Shalomi

Kavvanah on Standing Before God-Who-Sees-Me, by Virginia Spatz (1999)

Kavvanah before eating or drinking on Yom Kippur for those who must eat for the safety of their life, as found in Torat ha-Yoledet (Rabbi Yitzchok Zilberstein 1983)

“Prayer Song,” a hymn by Stephen Hanan Kaplan from the play, David Dances (1975)

הַל״ב מִצְוֺת הַתְלוּיוֹת בַּלֵּב | Thirty-two Mitsvot One Can Do With Consciousness Alone, by Reb Ahrele Roth (trans. Reb Zalman Schachter-Shalomi & Hillel Goelman)

הֲרֵינִי מְקַבֵּל עָלַי | A kavvanah to love your fellow as yourself, before prayer