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Lessons in Tanya Click Here for Vol. I - Likkutei AmarimClick Here for Vol. II - Shaar Hayichud VehaemunaClick Here for Vol. III - Igeret HaTeshuvahClick Here for Vol. IV - Igeret HakodeshClick Here for Vol. V - Kuntres Acharon
Click Here for Vol. I - Likkutei AmarimClick Here for Vol. II - Shaar Hayichud VehaemunaClick Here for Vol. III - Igeret HaTeshuvahClick Here for Vol. IV - Igeret HakodeshClick Here for Vol. V - Kuntres Acharon

Lessons in Tanya is a well-lit and accessible gateway to the Tanya - the fundamental, classic work upon which all concepts of Chabad Chasidism are based. The Tanya is indispensable to an understanding of the Chasidic movement and the philosophy behind it. More importantly, it offers guidance for every facet of the day-to-day life of a Jew in his or her service to G-d.

Lessons In Tanya takes the acute ideas and concepts of the Tanya and makes them readily accessible to the eager student, as it leads the reader through every paragraph and page, illuminating the mystical, often allusive, Talmudic, Kabbalistic, and Scriptural verses and concepts. It fills many gaps in what the terse Tanya text assumes to be the reader's background knowledge.

Each of the lectures was examined and amended by the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneersohn, so that much of the material includes the Rebbe's insights and explanatory comments.

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February 11, 2014
A life changing book
This is a "must to read" book for every Jew. I do believe that our modern society has failed - spiritually, morally, intelectually, emotionally - and that's why we see all those mental disorders and emptiness and the loss of values and hatred and lonliness. Progress was too quick and too extreme for people to adapt. At least some tradition and faith and humility are required to regain our long lost sanity, humanity and compassion.
Sergey
Ashdod, Israel
November 22, 2012
Life Changing
I have been studying Tanya on-line for several years now. It has been life-changing, and helps me cope with stress and challenges. It keeps me grounded in a praxis of loving-kindness.
Rick
Chicago, IL USA
October 6, 2011
But Ephraim...
B"H
If it is destructive, it would be because the things it would destroy are probably unsound to begin with. The push and the pull. The testing, and the refinement of metals, etc. The best gold is smelted many times, and then put through the acid test again, and again. The finest diamonds and those which have been under the highest pressure of the earth. a destroying malak does so because that's his job. Holiness is the goal. Anything that appraoched Mt. Sinai was destroyed; people not authorized, sheep, cattle...no problemo.
Kolyah ben Avraham
Pasadena, CA
June 3, 2011
orgulho judeu espiritualmente
Estou muito orgulhoso por ser judeu mesmo que espiritualmente,convertido.Estou sempre lendo as lições de Tanya.Obrigado aguardo notícias. SHALOM !
Antonio Adriano Blanc Nascimento
Jaú, SP
March 12, 2009
An amazing book, so easy to read, and it describes difficult concepts in simple terms.
Tobie Mordem
Sussex, England
October 11, 2007
A chabad Rabbi can teach you, but the changes are yours to make.
Scott Korbin
Cary, NC
October 8, 2007
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Toronto, canada
July 2, 2007
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Glenview, IL
June 10, 2007
Thank you for all of the things posted on this site. I read it almost daily. I am not Jewish, but the wisdom I receive is so helpful.
kathy rea
February 8, 2007
Tanya
Tanya is the first word of the first chapter. Although it’s official name is Likutei Amorim, it is lovingly called by its first word. Calling it Tanya is a form of endearment. Analogous to calling the Lubavitch Chabad world headquarters by its address, 770.
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