What is the secret of the Tanya? How has it become a cornerstone of every Jewish library? Is this method relevant to our modern life?
As soon as Rabbi Shneur Zalman of Liadi (the Baal Hatanya) formulated his
method of self-mastery, more than two hundred years ago, it spread like
wildfire. Within a few years, thousands had knocked on his door to get
“therapy” with individually tailored advice for various emotional
challenges. The Tanya was compiled over a twenty-year period to present a
comprehensive framework that would serve as a substitute for a face-to-face encounter and last for generations to come.
Rabbi Shneur Zalman’s method sees a person as locked in a lifelong internal
struggle. The mission of life is to win the struggle in the present moment.
This optimistic attitude toward the human psyche – and the claim that at
any moment one can be victorious in the day’s struggles – has captivated
hearts for centuries and is here available to the modern reader in a down to-earth presentation.
Winning Every Moment enables the reader to
develop an intimate spiritual conversation with the great master of Jewish
psychology. Through this soul conversation with the Baal Hatanya, you are
invited to know yourself and your inner powers.
About the Author
Dr. Yehiel Harari is a sought-after speaker in the area of Jewish psychology,
education, and creative thinking. He holds a PhD from Tel Aviv University, and
has taught there as well as at the School of Communication at Sapir College.
He has also served as a journalist, a parliamentary aide in the Israeli Knesset,
and as a communication consultant and senior professional adviser in various
Harari is the author of nine books; the Hebrew version of
Winning Every Moment (Yediot Sfarim) was an instant bestseller in Israel.
"An exciting book, empowering." – Liat Regev, radio and TV host
"One of the most significant works written in the last generation." – Rabbi Shneur Ashkenazi, spiritual leader
"A book with great depth and value" – Yaron London, journalist and TV HOST
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