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Category/分类:心理 社科 宗教 心理学-自助 吕博士推荐
亚马逊评级: 亚马逊评级 THE EMPTY CHAIR: FINDING HOPE AND JOY-TIMELESS WISDOM FROM A HASIDIC MASTER, REBBE NACHMAN OF BRESLOV
  Book ID/图书代码:14939815B86725
 
页数: 128 定价: 9.95美元 上传日期: 2015-12-29

English Summary/英文概要: "Know! A person walks in life on a very narrow bridge. The most important thing is not to be afraid."

A treasury of insights and advice for living joyously and spiritually today, for people of all faiths―and no faith.

One of the great spiritual seekers, Rebbe Nachman of Breslov (1772–1810) is among the most often quoted of the Hasidic masters. Even after two centuries, his teachings have a potent, meaningful message: Never lose hope; find joy and cause for happiness in everything that happens to you.

In these pages, his powerful wisdom brings us inspiration for life today.

“Always remember:
joy is not merely incidental
to your spiritual quest.
It is vital.”
Rebbe Nachman of Breslov
1772–1810

To some, Rebbe Nachman is best known for stories that possess profound depth and speak to the very soul. To others, his teachings shed light on some of life’s deepest mysteries. Now, as before, he speaks to a spiritually seeking generation in strong and uplifting ways.Teacher, guide and spiritual master, Rebbe Nachman provides vital words of inspiration for life today.

With timeless insight and wisdom, Rebbe Nachman shows us how to fill the empty chair―the alienated self―by leaving sadness and finding hope and joy.


Awards/获奖情况: From Scientific American
For anyone of any faith, this is a book of healing and wholeness, of being alive!

Rabbi Nachman, one of the leaders of a Chasidic group, lived a short life (1772–1810), only thirty-eight years, when he died of tuberculosis. He was the great grandson of the founder of the Chassidic movement, Rabbi Israel Baal Shem Tov. He was given the title "Rebbe," which is just another way of saying "Rabbi," but the Chassidim use Rebbe to distinguish their spiritual leaders from other rabbis. This is similar to the current practice among some Orthodox Jews of calling their rabbis “Rav,” instead of “Rabbi,” hoping to imply that their rabbi is more exalted than the common rabbi.

The Empty Chair is a collection of brief statements and aphorisms that Moshe Mykoff collected from the Rebbe’s writings. Mykoff states that Rebbe Nachman “advocates conscious awareness, binding heart to mind, and empowering oneself with Faith, Simplicity and Truth.”

The italics and the capital letters are in this quote. Some readers of the aphorisms may see them as being unclear and obscure as this quote, with readers giving them their own meaning if they can, while some readers may interpret them as rather simple lessons. But the Rebbe’s followers read deep mystical meanings in them. The following are some examples. The quotes and capital letters are in the original.

Truth is the “light” by which to find your way out of darkness. Turn it on.

Spiritual awakening begins with inspiration coming from Without. Then, once you are already on the road, the real work begins. Keep at it and inspiration will come from within.

Speech has a great power to awaken a person spiritually.

While praying, listen to the words very carefully. When your heart is attentive, your entire being enters your prayer without your having to force it.

Be like God and don’t look for people’s shortcomings and weak points. You will then be at peace with everyone.

You are wherever your thoughts are. Make sure your thoughts are where you want to be. See also my reviews of The Seven Beggars and The Lost Princess for other information about Rebbe Nachman and his teachings.

(Israel Drazin The Jewish Eye 2011-05-30) "A groundbreaking book." ―Helen Palmer

About the Author/作者介绍: Nachman of Breslov (1772–1810) was founder of the Breslov Hasidic movement, known for its spiritual approach to Judaism.

Moshe Mykoff is a writer and translator living in Jerusalem. He has published more than a dozen works, including his best-selling adaptations of Rebbe Nachman’s maxims on spiritual growth, The Empty Chair: Finding Hope and Joy and The Gentle Weapon: Prayers for Everyday and Not-So-Everyday Moments (both Jewish Lights), and his translation of seven volumes of Rebbe Nachman’s magnum opus, Likutey Moharan (Breslov Research Institute).

 
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