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Rabbi Yitzchak Ginsburgh - Esa Einai

Rabbi Yitzchak Ginsburgh - Esa Einai

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Contains 39 contemplative articles on the inner wisdom of our holy Torah and Avodat Hashem based on Chassidut. This volume contains some of Rabbi Ginsburgh’s most seminal articles on the thought of Chassidut.


Shlosha chushim – defines and analyzes the basic “intuitions” of nigle, Kabbalah and Chassidut.

Chakira, Kabbalah, Chassidut – about the Avodat Hashem associated with each of these three methods of Divine contemplation.

13 Tzimtzumim – the full picture of tzimtzum in Chassidut and their relevance in Avodah
Petichut, Hizdahut, Hitkalelut – a response to those seeking “openness” outside of Torah.
Sod Haneshimah: Chedva – a contemplative and practical meditation on breath.

About Rabbi Yitzchak Ginsburgh:
Rabbi Yitzchak Ginsburgh is one of the foremost expositors of Kabbalah and Chassidut in our time. He heads Yeshivot and educational centers in Yerushalayim, Chevron, and other cities in Israel. He has written over thirty books in Hebrew and English, and lectures widely in Israel and outside Israel. Rabbi Ginsburgh was born in S. Louis, Missouri in 1944, received his MA in mathematics from the Belfer Graduate School of Science (NY) in 1965 and made aliyah in the same year. He studied in yeshivot in New York and Jerusalem.

Rabbi Ginsburgh's teachings of the Inner Dimension of the Torah--Kabbalah and Chassidut touch every area of our lives, from the mundane to the sublime.

In his innovative books and lectures, Rabbi Ginsburgh elucidates even the most abstract concepts in Jewish mysticism, and relates them to contemporary issues in science, psychology, mathematics, marriage, economy, education, meditation, parenting, philosophy, medicine, politics and the arts. These teachings, geared toward people of all backgrounds, reach thousands throughout the world and show us how to incorporate Divine consciousness into every aspect of our lives.

By: Rabbi Yitzchak Ginsburgh | Publisher: Gal Einai | Language: Hebrew | Volumes: 1 | Pages: 411 | Binding: Hard |

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