There is a wisdom awaiting you that is not supposed to be a secret. It is ancient, and it is available, but it is widely unknown. It has been hidden for too long, and it is time for it to be revealed.

Existence is not meaningless. Humanity is not irredeemable. The future is not bleak. The alienation and despair that lurk just beneath the surface of the modern psyche are not the inevitable human condition. They are the result of misguided ideologies that pervade our global culture and invade our every thought. Each of us - each and every one of us - is so much more than we imagine. We are here for a reason, and we are equipped with all of the capabilities that we require.

The ideas contained in Visage Books are as old as the world. They might be described as spiritual, or even a bit mystical; but don’t worry, they aren’t aiming to convert you, convince you or control you. Their goal is simply to present you with questions (and even a few answers) that will acquaint you with someone you deserve to know, someone you will love, and someone to whom you may have sadly never been properly introduced: you.

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"You" is an introduction to the deepest depths of the human experience based on the esoteric teachings of the Torah. These concepts have been shrouded in the cloistered world of Chasidic mysticism for millennia, and the goal here is to present them in terms that will be accessible and resonant to the layperson. The ideas that "You" expounds will be useful and inspiring for people of all creeds, races, and backgrounds, for those who practice and believe as well as those who question and doubt.

217 pages

Pnei Hashem

"Pnei Hashem" explores these subjects more thoroughly, and it was written for a reader who is already familiar with some Torah basics. It includes the Hebrew text for all cited verses, additional explanation of concepts that were introduced more summarily in “You,” and over 200 additional pages which, among other things, explore Torah’s “liberation practice” more deeply.

448 pages