Coping with Mental Health Challenges Through the Lens of Chassidic Philosophy

Join a frank discussion about coping with mental health challenges with Rabbi Simon Jacobson, a foremost expert on the Lubavitcher Rebbe’s teachings. He also hosts a weekly series called Chassidus Applied, focused on applying Chassidic teachings to daily challenges and experiences.

The founder of the Chabad movement, Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi, authored the Tanya as a way to address the many questions that came his way. He assured his followers that the Tanya held the answers to whatever anyone is struggling with. Despite this, few people lean on the Tanya or Chassidic Philosophy as a way to cope with life’s challenges, especially mental health challenges. So what does this actually mean? Are we misunderstanding what the founder of the Chabad movement said or are we not applying it properly?

Join Eli Nash as he sits down with Rabbi Simon Jacobson to have this important conversation.

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2 years ago

Thank you, i need to learn so much. Michigan.

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