Perek 7, class 6 (80) Tanya (text based)

Until now we had two ideas with many details. The Two ideas: A. Klipa (by itself), B. When a Yid interfaces with Klipa. In this latter category we’ve had three ideas: 1) A Yid and Klipas Noga, it is called Heter 2) A Yid and real Klipa, (רע, טמא) it is called Issur 3) A…

Perek 7, class 5 (79) Tanya (text based)

There is an עבירה which is a primarily spiritual one (connected to הנסתרות rather than והנגלות). For this to be turned around one doesn’t need תשובה מאהבה רבה and תשובה (תתאה) .נכונה is sufficient because it is not so “down”.

Perek 7, Class 4 (78) Tanya (text based)

When one is involved in איסור which is עבירות their second solution is the idea of תשובה מאהבה רבה where the עבירה becomes a מצוה because the עבירה creates the Teshuva. Is תשובה מאהבה the same thing as תשובה עילעא.

Perek 7, class 3 (77) Tanya (text based)

Mutar things are redeemable, Assur things aren’t. There are two ways Issur is redeemed A. after Moshiach comes and Hashem removes the evil totally, like the idea of הכל חוזרין לעפרן רגע קודם התחי’ה. The Rebbe’s idea that this can be realized through ונפשי כעפר לכל תהי’ה

Perek 7, class 2 (76) Tanya (text based)

Klipas Noga goes down when one indulges with lust. The explanation of נבל ברשות התורה. Correction by using לשם שמים is like the קרבן עולה is returning to Hashem. The idea of מותר is untied and of אסור is tied down.

Perek 7, class 1 (75) Tanya (text based)

Klipas Noga, is Klipa, but is closer to Kedusha and is affected by כונה (intent), in contrast to קליפות טמאות ורעות that are evil no matter how lofty the כונה. There are three possibilities with קליפת נוגה A. It can remain גוגה if there is neither a good nor a bad כונה B. It can…

Lesson 6 Tanya Lectures – Iggeres Hateshuva

Chapters 7-8 discuss Teshuva Tataa (lower Teshuva) with the mystical perspective. Three steps of Teshuva are 1. Feel compassion for damage done 2. the brokenheartedness of failure 3. evoking divine mercies to heal.

Lesson 10 Shaar Hayichud Vihaemuna

Chapter 7 begins and ends in a way that suggests that Hashem’s want from His world is dual: It should be one with Him and exist.

Lesson 09 Shaar Hayichud Vihaemuna

Chapter 7 (beginning). Yichuda Tata’a (“the Lower Unity”) says there is a world and that we exist sufficiently to be able (to choose) to serve Him. This is G-D’s will “I want to be a King” over lowly subjects.This is represented by the Possuk (Talmudic passege) “Boruch Sheim Kvod Malchuso L’olom Vaed”.

Lesson 08 Shaar Hayichud Vihaemuna

Chapter 7. The question of yedia (How can Hashem know something outside of himself). The Rambam’s resolution: He is the Know-er, the Knowledge, and the Known. This explains the unity of the Sfiros (explained in the last lesson); and on a (much) higher level it explains the position of Chassidus that the tzimtzum is not…