Why Tanya during the 63 days from Shavuous to Tisha B'av?
As we head towards Tisha B’av, our growing love for Hashem helps us yearn for the Beis HaMikdosh
Solidify your spiritual year by learning more about how through our soul we are One with Hashem.
Find out how bringing out more of our inner light and investing that light in Torah, mitzvahs and compassion IS a free willed, redemptive and formative choice.
Tanya is a step by step guide to help us build relationship with Hashem through discovering and applying our soul’s powers as one with Hashem
The Tanya, written by Admor Rabbi Shneur Zalman of LIadi,( known as the Alter Rebbe) and learned across Torah true Judaism, is a step by step guide. Tanya explains clearly how it is exceedingly near to do, in both a lengthy and short way, because of the Holy One Blessed Be He when we use free will to do G-d‘s Commandments.
Miriam Yerushalmi’s short daily videos will take us through the journey.
“With the Tanya we will enter the land!; in a spiritual sense, meaning that he makes the essential will of his soul manifest.”
“The Tanya is an incense for the spirit and the soul, to counter all the spiritual plagues besetting the generations just before the arrival of Moshiach.”
“The ways of serving God as is taught in Tanya serve to transmute the curses enumerated in Parshat Ki Tavo I To blessings.”
“With the Tanya the Jewish people will go out to greet the righteous Mashiach!”
“For this thing is very near to you, in your mouth and in your heart, that you may do it"
“Through these three channels which are alluded to by the three phrases, “ your heart, your mouth and to do it.” These phrases represent, respectively, the three faculties of thought speech in action. These are, as it were the functional organs of the soul; the soul vests itself in them, in order to implement its wishes.”