The tikkun klali, or 'general remedy,' are ten psalms specifically chosen by Rebbe Nahman of Bratzlav to expiate guilt for various kinds of sins. Many Bratzlaver Hasidim recite these psalms daily, while others do so once a week. Recitation of the tikkun klali also forms the most important aspect of the ritual around visiting the grave of Rebbe Nahman in Uman, Ukraine. About this ritual, Rebbe Nahman said: When my days are over and I leave this world, I will intercede for anyone who comes to my grave, says these ten psalms and gives a coin to charity. No matter how great their sins, I will do everything in my power, spanning the length and breadth of creation, to cleanse and protect them. . . . I will pull them out of Gehennom by their peyos! It makes no difference who it may be, or how seriously they may have sinned. All they have to do is to take upon themselves not to return to their folly." In this beautiful new edition, Rabbi Zalman Schachter-Shalomi, one of the world's great teachers of Hasidism, has made a new prayable translation of the Hebrew psalms in everyday English. For those who are fluent in Hebrew, the original psalms are provided in the back.
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Rabbi Nahman of Bratzlav was the great-grandson of the founder of Hasidism and one of the greatest Hasidic masters. Rabbi Zalman Schachter-Shalomi is one of the world's most profound teachers of Hasidism.
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Book Description Albion-Andalus Books, 2013. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. 70 pages. 8.50x5.50x0.18 inches. In Stock. Bookseller Inventory # zk0615758762