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Rabbi Shmuel Reichman

Rabbi Shmuel Reichman is the author of the bestselling book, “The Journey to Your Ultimate Self,” which serves as an inspiring gateway into deeper Jewish thought. He is an educator and speaker who has lectured internationally on topics of Torah thought, Jewish medical ethics, psychology, and leadership. He is also the founder and CEO of Self-Mastery Academy, the transformative online self-development course based on the principles of high-performance psychology and Torah. After obtaining his BA from Yeshiva University, he received Semicha from Yeshiva University’s RIETS, a master’s degree in education from Azrieli Graduate School, and a master’s degree in Jewish Thought from Bernard Revel Graduate School. He then spent a year studying at Harvard as an Ivy Plus Scholar. He currently lives in Chicago with his wife and son where he is pursuing a PhD at the University of Chicago. To invite Rabbi Reichman to speak in your community or to enjoy more of his deep and inspiring content, visit his website: ShmuelReichman.com

Articles by Rabbi Shmuel Reichman

The Deeper Chanukah Battle

Chanukah is when we tap into the spiritual debate between the Jews and the Greeks, as the Greeks specifically attempted to destroy our spiritual way

The Deepening Stages of Teshuva

Elul and Rosh Hashanah center around the concept of teshuva. Teshuva literally means “return”—but to whom, or perhaps what, are we returning to? The Gemara

Torah as the Medium Of Revelation

We experience life through the medium of time. Each new moment brings with it new opportunities as we ascend through the journey of time. Amidst

The Deeper Chanukah Battle

Chanukah is when we tap into the spiritual debate between the Jews and the Greeks, as the Greeks specifically attempted to destroy our spiritual way

Peering Behind the Mask

The Shabbos before Purim is known as Parshas Zachor, where we fulfill our yearly obligation to recall Amalek’s attempt to destroy us. There is an