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Author Mark, Zvi.

Title The revealed and hidden writings of Rabbi Nachman of Bratslav : his worlds of revelation and rectification / Zvi Mark ; translated by Yaacov David Shulman.

Published Berlin : De Gruyter Oldenbourg ; Jerusalem : Hebrew University Magnes Press, [2015]


Location Call No. Status
 UniM Bail  296.8332092 MARK    AVAILABLE
Physical description x, 385 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Notes First edition published by the Hebrew University Magnes Press, Jerusalem, 2011.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 361-375) and indexes.
Contents Part 1 Revelation -- Chapter 1 Test of Letter Combinations: The Mystical Initiation Ceremony that Rabbi Nachman Underwent, and its Echoes in Likutei Moharan 7 -- Chapter 2 "The Story of the Bread": Receiving the Torah 29 -- Chapter 3 Stream of Mystical Consciousness: The Character of Mystical Experience and the Way that it is Shaped as Literature in "The Guest Who Came In" 90 -- Part 2 Rectification -- Introduction: The Enterprise of Rectifications 139 -- Chapter 4 Formulation of the Universal Rectification, the Rectification for a Nocturnal Emission, and the Pilgrimage to Rabbi Nachman's Grave-and their Connection to Bratslavian Messianic Fervor 142 -- Chapter 5 Booklet of Tests and Rabbi Nachman's Practice of not Avoiding Tests 192 -- Chapter 6 "The Story of the Armor": More from the Bratslav Archives Containing Suppressed Texts 225 -- Chapter 7 Arrows and Melodies: "The Story of the Beggar without Hands" 257 -- Chapter 8 Uman - "Behold, I Give Over my Soul" 278 -- Chapter 9 Two Hundred Years Later - from Individual to Universal Rectification: The Pilgrimage to Uman on Rosh Hashanah, the Worldwide Universal Rectification, Tashlikh and Body Jewelry 312.
Language notes Translated from the Hebrew.
Subject Naḥman, of Bratslav, 1772-1811.
Mysticism -- Judaism.
Bratslav Hasidim.
ISBN 9783110407716