"Torah - Particularly Chitas - Is the Vessel For Receiving All Divine Blessings Including Health" Yud Alef Nissan, 5777
I received your pidyon nefesh in which you ask that Divine mercy be aroused for you so that you should be in good health. I will read the pidyon nefesh at the holy resting place of my father-in-law, the Rebbe, for the fulfillment of your heart's desire for good in all that you require.
It is known that in order to receive blessings from on High, we must create here below, [i.e., in this physical world,] the proper vessels into which these blessings will flow. Torah is the [most appropriate] vehicle for receiving any and all blessings.
I therefore suggest that you take upon yourself - bli neder - the observance of the three daily lessons [known as Chitas], established by my father-in-law, the Rebbe, an observance that applies to all Anash, our chassidic brotherhood.
They are: the daily portion of Tehillim as divided by the days of the month, recited following the morning prayers; the daily section of the weekly Torah portion - on Sunday, from the beginning of the portion to Sheni, on Monday from Sheni to Shelishi, and so on; and Tanya, as divided by the days of the year.
Observance of the above will surely serve as a fit vehicle to draw down and receive G-d's blessings.
All rights reserved to chabad.org. From Igros Kodesh, Vol. V, p. 51
Originally adapted by S.B. Wineberg in his book Healthy in Body Mind & Spirit - Vol. 1