The Tanya is made up of 5 volumes, as mentioned in a previous post. We will start our discussions on the most famous volume, Likutei Amarim, which means. Likutei Amarim-Tanya has 21 ratings and 1 review: Published June 1st by Kehot Publication Society, 2 pages, Hardcover. Results 1 – 30 of 59 Likutei Amarim (Tanya) TANYA and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at

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Likutei Amarim-Tanya by Shneur Zalman

It can connect the different disciplines of mysticism Kabbalah and Jewish philosophy Hakiraby relating to a higher, essential unity in Divinity, that harmonises diverse ideas. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. The Tanya deals with Jewish spiritualitypsychology and theology from the point of view of Hasidic philosophy and its inner explanations of Kabbalah Jewish mysticism.

Lubavitcher Hasidim are enjoined to study from this work each day as part of Chitas – an likytei for ChumashTehillim and Tanya. But in Chabad, later to be called after its Russian village of Lubavitch, external emotional expression is seen as superficial if devoid of inner contemplation.

The historical development of Kabbalahfrom the 12th century, and its new formulations in the 16th century, explained tsnia subtle aspects and categories of the traditional system of Jewish metaphysics.


In general, the first book is a universal Jewish guidebook to avodaheveryday Divine service, through Schneur Zalman’s innovative system, applying Jewish mysticism step-by-step to the internal drama of human psychology.

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Likutei Amarim | The Tanya: Explained

Julia Walsh rated it it was amazing Aug 05, Because the approach of Chabad explains Hasidus in twnia form, it can incorporate into its explanation the other aspects of historical Liktei thought. Hardcover2 pages. The encyclopedia of Jewish myth, magic and mysticism Pg Dunie marked it as to-read Jan 15, Aaron Dobler rated it it was amazing Oct 19, Open Preview See a Problem?

The third section guides individuals in a Habad Hasidic approach to repentanceto be able to prepare more deeply for the first part’s guidance.

The path of Schneur Zalman differs from other Hasidism, as it seeks to approach the heart through the development of the mind. When Hasidic thought addresses traditional questions, such as Divine Providenceimmanence and transcendenceit offers “Inner Torah” explanations of spirituality, that can also be harmonised with the explanations of the “Revealed Torah”.

Retrieved 16 August Joseph Perez marked it as to-read Oct 06, Mainstream Hasidism relates this mystical revival through charismatic leadership and understanding based faith.


Outwardly this was expressed in new veneration of sincerity, emphasis on prayer and deeds of loving-kindness. In his preface to the Tanyathe author writes that anyone with questions about the meaning or application of the Tanya’ s guidance should approach “the great ones in his city.

The Tanya has therefore been seen in Chabad as the defining Hasidic text, and a subsequent stage of Jewish mystical evolution. Ryan Hertz added it Aug 26, This seeks amatim Jewish observance, while downplaying charismatic Hasidic enthusiasm, that it sees as external. However, non-literalist, universalist readings have been found among Kabbalists and Hasidim. Chabad writings of each generation of its dynasty, develop this intellectual explanation of Hasidic mystical ideas, into successively greater and more accessible reach.

Likutei Amarim-Tanya

The Chabad school requires knowledge of Godliness, drawn from Hasidic Philosophy, to establish Hasidic mystical faith. The mysticism of Schneur Zalman did not seek cold intellectual investigation. Want to Read saving….

The latest version of this work, dating from[ citation needed ] consists of five parts:. Return to Book Page.