Our sages teach that reading this Parasha is an ancestral Segula (Kabbalistic remedy/protection) for Parnassa (livelihood). It is traditionally read on the Tuesday in which Parashat Beshalach falls on Shabbat. The test that is read specifically speaks about the Mann. This text can be found in the book of Exodus, chapter sixteen, verse one until thirty six.
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In Parashat Beshalach, after having left Egypt and crosses the Red Sea, our ancestors found themselves in the desert, where they were left with no resources whatsoever. What was to happen to them and their children? They had nothing to eat, and no hope to find the necessary provisions. They turned to Moshe Rabenu, in hope that maybe he can solve their problem. Moshe turned to prayer, with greater intensity than ever before. Thanks to this prayer, Bne Yisrael benefited from a heavenly food, literally, the Mann, which sustained them during their fourty years in the desert. Ever since, as is explained in the Jerusalem Talmud, this has been a Segula for Parnassa, to read this passage regarding the Mann in Parashat Beshalach.