• Reclaiming the Self: On the Pathway of Teshuvah

  • By: DovBer Pinson
  • Narrated by: Shlomo Zacks
  • Length: 8 hrs and 32 mins
  • Unabridged
  • Release date: 12-30-14
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: DovBer Pinson
  • 4.9 (14 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Teshuvah is one of the great gifts of life. Through Teshuvah we are able to return from pain, fragmentation and confusion to a place of greater unity and well-being, to our authentic self.
Reclaiming The Self offers a glimpse into a world with-out the damaging influence of past negativity - where misdeed is transformed into merit. Questions addressed include: What exactly is Teshuvah and how does it function? How do we understand the mechanism of undoing our past and co-creating our future? Is it possible to foster healthy regret without eroding our self-esteem? In this informative, inspiring and empowering book, Rav Pinson guides us along the pathway of genuine transformation and holistic integration so that we can live fully present in the now.
©2011 DovBer Pinson (P)2014 DovBer Pinson
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By Amazon Customer on 12-12-17

Brilliant book on jewish spirituality

Just finishing this book on audible. Very very good - best modern jewish book I have come across for a long time - brilliant mix of Torah and modern spirituality articulated in a way that is both true to authentic Judaism and understandable to the modern evolved person. Highly recommended.

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