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Shalom Shar'abi and the Kabbalists of Beit El$
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Pinchas Giller

Print publication date: 2008

Print ISBN-13: 9780195328806

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: May 2008

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780195328806.001.0001

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 The Kavvanot in Ḥasidism

 The Kavvanot in Ḥasidism

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(p.107) 8 The Kavvanot in Ḥasidism
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Shalom Shar'abi and the Kabbalists of Beit El
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Pinchas Giller (Contributor Webpage)

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780195328806.003.0009

Beit El is cited in the earliest records of the Hasidic movement, although the kabbalists were culturally and geographically disparate. The founder of Hasidism, the Baʾal Shem Shem Tov, moved among groups of pietists that the earliest manuscript prayer books, which in turn formed the basis of the “Nusakh AR“I,” the order of prayers in the Lurianic style. Of these, the edition by Avraham Shimshon Rashkov was most influential. Menachem Kallus as demonstrated that the Baʾal Shem Tov was an avid practitioner of kavvanot. Nonetheless, in subsequent generations the leaders of Hasidism moved to ban the practice. Nonetheless, they devised an order of prayers that they called “Lurianic,” which has become normative today.

Keywords:   Hasidism, Baʾal Shem Tov, Nusakh AR”I, quietism, mysticism

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