Ep. 343: Is Psychology Antithetical to Torah?
In Honor of Mrs. Shaindy and Rabbi J.
- Chassidus Applied to Mishpatim, Shekalim and Rosh Chodesh Adar
- How do we balance reason and faith?
- How do we build a relationship with G-d?
- What is the power of joy?
- Our polarized country – follow-up
- Was the Rebbe ever in a pandemic?
- Psychology and Torah
- Please frame psychology, spirituality, and Chassidus in some sort of context
- Is psychology antithetical to Torah?
- Do non-Jews have a soul and free will?
- What is the difference between psyche and soul from a Chassidic perspective, and how are they different by Jews and non-Jews?
- How do you explain the end of chapter one in Tanya?
- Chassidus question: What are the 288 sparks? Where did they come from and what are we supposed to do with them?
- MyLife 2020 Chassidus Applied Essay and Creative Contest: 14th Place winners:
- Essay English: The BT Approach: Ways to Move Past Barriers to Growth, Michoel Moshel, 25 Psychology Student, Dover Heights, Australia
- Essay Hebrew (men): מעלות הנישואין, Ariel Nevai, Beitar Ilit, Israel
- Essay Hebrew (women): שמחה זו לא בדיחה, Student, Miri Sudakevitch, Kfar Chabad, Israel
- Creative: The World Around Us through the Lens of Chassidus (mixed media with text and visual), Fraida Raskin, 18, Student, Beth Rivkah Ladies’ College. Hometown: East Bentleigh, Australia
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