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Kabbalah,Mysticism & Chassidus

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  1. Teachings Of the Rebbe On Chinuch

    Teachings Of the Rebbe On Chinuch

    $28.50

    The Rebbe has given us chinuch directives appropriate for the unique characteristics and challenges of our generation. The Rebbe’s teachings are clear, thought-provoking, awe-inspiring and most importantly, practical and achievable.

    In this sefer we have translated the Rebbe’s teachings on parenting and education on a broad variety of topics. It is appropriate for parents, soon-to-be parents, as well as educators of children of all ages, from before birth to adulthood.

    Be prepared: The Rebbe’ s uniquely positive approach will transform the way you see your child and student and infuse meaning and vitality into the way you see your role as a parent or educator! Learn More

  2. The Power of Choice (a practical guide to conscious living)
  3. What Chabad Really Believes

    What Chabad Really Believes

    $24.95

    Beginning with the evolution of Chassidic mysticism—commencing with the Baal Shem Tov—the book’s narrative is ultimately drawn to the climactic nature of our present era. Penned as an encounter between two friends, Danni and Jay, the manuscript is interlaced with their animated interaction. This occurs as Danni, the more observant of the two, shares Chassidic insights with his disenfranchised friend, Jay, during a flight to Poland on an education Jewish Federation mission. When Danni speaks out in Treblinka, it causes an inner shift in Jay, leaving him spiritually inspired and motivated. Yet, at the same time he grows increasingly perturbed over his seemingly insurmountable religious predicament. Danni eases Jay’s distress through the teachings of Chassidus as it relates to our particular age and to each individual.

    In Jay’s character the author attempts to address the prevalent state of affairs within the broader Jewish community—the untold number of religiously challenged, due to a lack of Jewish education. How many Jays are out there?

    The “creative literary” style of this book is designed to convey the core principles of Chassidic philosophy in a most palpable, user friendly fashion. Learn More

  4. Tehillim, Book of Psalms with English translation & commentary

    Tehillim, Book of Psalms with English translation & commentary

    $54.95

    Tehillim with commentary from the Talmud, Midrash, Kabbalah, Classic commentators and the Chasidic masters

    Tehillim . For simple poetic genius, for pathos, sweetness and heartfelt piety, King David’s Book of Psalms is unique.

    The Psalms are songs of praise to the Creator, speaking of His greatness, goodness and mercy, as well as of His power and justice. The Psalms reflect the full spectrum of life’s experiences, both of the individual and of the Jewish nation collectively.

    No wonder than that throughout the ages, Psalms has served as a boundless source of inspiration, courage and hope.

    Rabbi Yosef B. Marcus has once again compiled a staggering treasure house of commentary and insights on this fundamental text, offering us a deeper appreciation for every letter and every word of Psalms.

    Anthologized from hundreds of commentators, classic to obscure, this work will allow Tehillim readers to bring newly-found inspiration and meaning to their daily, weekly and monthly recitations.

    The commentary is rounded off by an incisive Introduction, bibliography and index. The physical appearance is likewise enhanced by original artwork, two-color printing and an elegant deluxe binding. Learn More

  5. The Practical Tanya

    The Practical Tanya

    $45.00

    An astoundingly clear adaptation of Tanya, the most influential manual of Jewish spiritual thought ever written, penned by Chasidic Master and Kabbalist, Rabbi Shneur Zalman of Liadi (1745-1812). This new translation and commentary, by best-selling author Chaim Miller, renders the text relevant for the contemporary reader with elegant simplicity. The Practical Tanya will guide you on the path of spiritual consciousness to a state of inner freedom and liberation. Learn More
  6. Sea Traveler: A Practical Step-by-Step Guide to Prayer and Chassidic Meditation

    Sea Traveler: A Practical Step-by-Step Guide to Prayer and Chassidic Meditation

    $18.00

    Disentangle your mind... and set off on a journey of self-discovery.

    Translating the deepest concepts of Jewish mystical thought into a language everybody can understand, this book will help you develop a feeling of calm mindfulness, faith and joyful attachment to the Almighty each morning. Learn More

  7. The Inside Story, #1 Genesis

    The Inside Story, #1 Genesis

    $23.75

    A Chassidic Perspective on Biblical Events, Laws, and Personalities

    The Inside Story is a journey into the fascinating and empowering world of the Torah’s inner meanings. What did God really want to happen when He put a man, a woman, a serpent, and a forbidden tree together in a garden, and what does this tell us about our own transgressions and debacles? How do we build our own “Noah’s ark” to escape the flood of material worries and cares that threaten to drown our spiritual sensitivities? Why do certain things pursue us no matter how much we try to avoid them? Which is the more important goal to pursue, tranquility or joy? The eighty essays in this volume, which are based on the Lubavitcher Rebbe’s writings and talks, each explore an event or insight from one of the twelve weekly Torah readings of the book of Genesis to illuminate the big questions of life as well as its most rudimentary concerns. Learn More

  8. Seeds Of Wisdom #2

    Seeds Of Wisdom #2

    $14.95

    Based on personal encounters with the Rebbe, RABBI MENACHEM M. SCHNEERSON, of righteous memory.

    Culled From JEM's acclaimed My Encounter with the Rebbe interviews, Seeds of Wisdom is a heartwarming collection of short stories and encounters between the Lubavitcher Rebbe and people who sought his counsel on a wide array of life's questions and challenges.

    Contained within these exchanges are profound life-lessons in relationships, parenting, leadership, faith, and personal well-being.

    This little book of wisdom has the power to enrich your life and help effect personal growth and meaningful living. Learn More

  9. Back To Basics Likkutei Sichos - #4 Bamidbar

    Back To Basics Likkutei Sichos - #4 Bamidbar

    $29.95

    Back2Basics is a program/curriculum that allows students to learn and appreciate the Rebbe’s sichos and simultaneously teaches the skills/tools necessary in order for the student to learn on their own from the original Yiddish text. It is a chavrusa based program that is maximized when the learning is done in pairs rather than in a typical classroom setting. This empowers the students to think for themselves and challenges them to come up with answers on their own. The targeted age is anywhere between 14-18, but the program has seen tremendous success both with younger children and adults. Our workbooks are the result of several years of fine tuning a system that engages the student and allows them to successfully learn independently.

    Back2Basics Goals:

    1) For the student to build the necessary skills in order to learn a Yiddish sicha on their own and understand it well.

    2) For the students to master the actual content of the sichos they will be learning in the curriculum.

    3) For the students to identify with the horaos (lessons) the Rebbe teaches in the sicha and apply them to their lives.

    Every element of the b2b curriculum fits into one of these three categories and assists in attaining these goals. Learn More

  10. Exploring the Soul - V'Chol Odom 5679

    Exploring the Soul - V'Chol Odom 5679

    $14.50

    A chasidic discourse by Rabbi Shalom DovBer Schneersohn of Lubavitch

    Once a year, on Yom Kippur, the High Priest would enter the Holy of Holies to perform the required duties. Generally, the entry into this innermost sanctuary was forbidden. It was only on Yom Kippur, the holiest day of the year, that permission was granted for the High Priest alone to enter.

    The current discourse, delivered by R. Shalom Dovber Schneersohn, fifth Lubavitcher Rebbe, on Shabbat Parashat Acharei, 5679 (1919), analyzes the biblican verse which forbids any human being from being present in the sanctuary when the High Priest entered to seek atonement. If, as the verse in Leviticus states: "No man shall be int he Tent of Meeting" at that time, how could the High Priest himself be present?

    By Thoroughly exploring the soul and all of its components, the discourse explains how the High Priest, on Yom Kippur, transcended the normative bounds of human limitation and ascended to the sublime level of "no man." This granted him the permission and sanction to enter the Holy of Holies.

    In practical terms, says the Rebbe, this is the challenge of man: To access and utilize the sprarational dimension of the soul to reveal G-dliness within the world, through repentance, the study of Torah, and performance of mitzvot. Learn More

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