Tanya, Cultivating the Inner Life
Discover inner resource that could help you
resolve the most troubling, vexing and intimate
Why is life such a struggle, a constant challenge?
Why is my inner life so full of contradictions?
How does one deal with anger, anxiety,
unwholesome desires, jealousies, stress and
emotional, mental and spiritual blockages?
What is the secret to developing loving and
lasting personal relationships?
How does one attain genuine joy,
satisfaction, and a general sense of wholesomeness?
The Tanya (aka Likutei Amarim - "Collected Discourses, and aka Sefer shel Benonim - "Book of the Intermediates,") was authored by Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi 5505-5573 (1745-1812), Founder of the Chabad-Lubavitch Chassidic Movement.
The ‘Lessons in Tanya’ projected started out over 50 years ago as a weekly radio program in Yiddish on the Tanya taught by Rabbi Yosef Wineberg. Each of the lectures was examined and amended by the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneersohn, before it aired so that much of the material includes the Rebbe's insights and explanatory comments. In the 70s the radio lectures were translated to English and published as a book series. In 2004 Rabbi Ben Tzion Krasnianski (Director of Chabad Upper East Side) and Chen Harpaz teamed up to produce the book series into multimedia online classes. Our goal is to provide for a TANYA curriculum that is coherent, ‘user-friendly’ and extensive. Please help us to complete this important task by becoming an active partner and
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