All posts by Moshe Genuth

Lectures on Chassidic Psychology Part 4: Th...

Oct 15, 2021Comments off

Improvements and Anxiety Let us say something more about the possible origins of anxiety. Har Shefer can also be translated as “A mounting of improvements.”

Lectures on Chassidic Psychology Part 3: He...

Oct 08, 2021Comments off

The 42 Journeys of the Psyche Parashat Massei (the parashah of the week) begins with a list of the 42 journeys the Israelites made from

Lectures on Chassidic Psychology Part 2: Wo...

Sep 10, 2021Comments off

Click here to read part 1 The foundation of therapy—hard work and joy Let’s say something more about the root of “advice” (עֵצָה) in the

Lectures on Chassidic Psychology Part 1: Th...

Aug 27, 2021Comments off

The direction of our training – “wondrous advisor” By Divine Providence today is the 27th of Tammuz. There is a tradition that today is the

5782: Numbers and Meanings for the New Year

Aug 13, 2021Comments off

5782: Numbers and Meanings for the New Year Rabbi Yitzchak Ginsburgh Elul 5, 5781 • Kfar Chabad As per the Alter Rebbe’s metaphor capturing the

Rectifying the “You”: Pirkei Avot 3:1

Jul 16, 2021Comments off

Akavya the son of Mahalalel would say: Reflect upon three things and you will not come to sin. Know where you came from, where you

The Chozeh of Lublin: Don’t Rush the End ...

Jul 16, 2021Comments off

 Rabbi Yaakov Yitzchak Halevi Horovitz, known as the Choizeh, or the Seer of Lublin, was born in Poland in 5505 (1745). He was the disciple

The Daughters of Tzlofchad and the Future

Jul 09, 2021Comments off

The Daughters of Tzlofchad and the Future “This is the thing that God commanded to the daughters of Tzlofchad, saying, to whomever they see fit,

The Arizal: Revealing the Yechidah in the S...

Jul 09, 2021Comments off

The Arizal: Revealing the Yechidah in the Soul   The holy Rabbi Yitzchak Luria (the Arizal) was born in Jerusalem in 5294 (1533). When he

Pirkei Avot: Know What is Above You

Jul 09, 2021Comments off

Pirkei Avot 2:1 Know what is Above You Rebi would say: Which is the right path for man to choose for himself? The path that

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