Chassidic Psychology

Can we be Authentically Happy? Part 2

Mar 06, 2022Comments off

In part 1, we discussed how natural joy is the happiness in who we are, in our very existence. It already exists within us. All we have

Can we be Authentically Happy? Part 1

Feb 27, 2022Comments off

Click here for Part 2 of this article Purim is right around the corner and now we are obligated to be happy. That’s an order!

Conflict and Love

Feb 13, 2022Comments off

Excerpted from a class that Rabbi Ginsburgh recently gave to the students of yeshivat Chomesh, which was recently destroyed by the Israeli government in response

Q&A: Chassidic Psychology for Converts...

Feb 06, 2022Comments off

Q: I teach in a seminary for young women who wish to convert to Judaism. We currently have an excellent group and the atmosphere is

Guarding the Covenant in the Modern World: ...

Jan 21, 2022Comments off

Click here for part 1 of this article.   Guarding the Covenant in the Modern World – Part 2   Rectifying sexual lust is known

Q&A: Emotional Distance from Mother

Jan 17, 2022Comments off

Q: I would love to be closer with my mother, but try as I might, I feel a certain distance from her. The memories of

Guarding the Covenant in the Modern World &...

Jan 15, 2022Comments off

Click here for Part 2 of this article Longing for intimacy Maintaining sexual propriety[1]—commonly known as “guarding the covenant” (שְׁמִירַת הַבְּרִית), in Jewish sources—is difficult.

Meeting the Other as ‘You’: Part 2

Jan 03, 2022Comments off

Click here for Part 1 Relating to another person with the pronoun “you” directly and honestly is the foundation of our relationships with others. Major

Lectures on Chassidic Psychology • Lectur...

Nov 14, 2021Comments off

This is the fourth part of a transcript of Rabbi Ginsburgh's class at the Torat Hanefesh School of Jewish Psychology from 13th of Av, 5769

Feel Superfluous!

Nov 16, 2021Comments off

The sages say that a person who “makes himself like leftovers” merits to ascend to the loftiest heights (Rosh Hashanah 17b). There are people for

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