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Understanding Chassidus (Video)

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The series of chassidic discourses affectionately known as Samach Vov, from the year 5666 by the Fifth Chabad Rebbe, the Rebbe Rashab, are famous for their exceptionally comprehensive and deep nature. Join Dr. Yaakov Brawer for clear and profound elucidations of these discourses.

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The series of chassidic discourses affectionately known as Samach Vov, from the year 5666 by the Fifth Chabad Rebbe, the Rebbe Rashab, are famous for their exceptionally comprehensive and deep nature. Join Dr. Yaakov Brawer for clear and profound elucidations of these discourses.

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Student of Chassidus

By Israel Meir - Feb 13 2018
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Dr Brawer you are doing a very nice job in explaining this hemshech. Samech vav is delicious, profound and deeply moving

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By Israel Meir - Feb 13 2018
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Dr Brawer you are doing a very nice job in explaining this hemshech. Samech vav is delicious, profound and deeply moving

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Rank #1: Samach Vav: Tikku BaChodesh, Part 5

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The series of chassidic discourses affectionately known as Samach Vov, from the year 5666 by the Fifth Chabad Rebbe, the Rebbe Rashab, are famous for their exceptionally comprehensive and deep nature. Join Dr. Yaakov Brawer for clear and profound elucidations of these discourses.

Apr 07 2019

28mins

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Rank #2: Samach Vav: Tikku BaChodesh, Part 4

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The variety of ways in which Nefesh Elokis can effect the Nefesh HaBehamis.

Mar 31 2019

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Rank #3: Samach Vav: Tikku BaChodesh, Part 3

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The Varity of relationships between Nefesh Elokis and Nefesh Habamis. The ultimate purpose of Nefesh Elokis is to enclothe itself in the Nefesh Habamis in order to facilitate the Birur of the Nefesh Habamis.

Mar 24 2019

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Rank #4: Samach Vav: Tikku BaChodesh, Part 2

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The series of chassidic discourses affectionately known as Samach Vov, from the year 5666 by the Fifth Chabad Rebbe, the Rebbe Rashab, are famous for their exceptionally comprehensive and deep nature. Join Dr. Yaakov Brawer for clear and profound elucidations of these discourses.

Mar 17 2019

43mins

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Rank #5: Samach Vav: Tikku BaChodesh, Part 1

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“Their beginnings are wedged in their ends…” The role of Malchus in the Avodah of Birrurim.

Mar 10 2019

43mins

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Rank #6: Samach Vav: Vehayah Ki HaMitzvah, Part 14

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Completion of the Maamer. The Superiority of Mitzvos in physical action.

Feb 03 2019

39mins

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Rank #7: Samach Vav: Vehayah Ki HaMitzvah, Part 13

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The distinction between Yesh M’ayin Mamash and the seeming Yesh M’Ayin from Keser to Chachmah of Atzilus.

Jan 27 2019

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Rank #8: Samach Vav: Vehayah Ki HaMitzvah, Part 12

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“Their beginnings (Techilasan) are wedged in their ends (Sofon) and their ends are wedged in their beginnings” {Sefer Yitzira}, alludes to the identity of Yecholus Haeztem (Techilah) with Malchus (Sof), and accounts for the role of Malchus in creation Yesh M’ayin. We now consider the more paradoxical relationship of Techilah with Kesser, from which Chachmah of Atzilus (yesh) is created.

Jan 20 2019

43mins

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Rank #9: Samach Vav: Vehayah Ki HaMitzvah, Part 11

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Sefer Yetzira states “Their beginnings (Techila) are wedged in their ends (Sof) and their ends are wedged in their beginnings”. The previous class focused on the first clause,“Their beginnings are wedged in their ends…” The maamer now continues with an exploration of the second clause “…and their ends are wedged in their beginnings.”

Jan 13 2019

45mins

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Rank #10: Samach Vav: Vehayah Ki HaMitzvah, Part 10

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Now that we have some insight into the concept of Techilah, we are in a position to explore the premise stated in Sefer Yetzirah that “their beginnings (Techilah) are wedged in their ends (Sof) and their ends are wedged in their beginnings”

Jan 06 2019

48mins

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