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ABOUT THE NANACH: IT IS WRITTEN IN LIKOUTAY MOHARAN(RABBI NACHMAN'S MASTERWORK)11:8,based on the tikkunay zohar (a major kabbalistic book), that in the end of days a new song will burst forth in the universe. This song, which is a song of Divine Providence,will renew the world. the letter found by Rabbi Odesser reveals that Rabbi Nachman himself (meaning his name &his teachings)is the song that will burst forth in the end of days, renewing the world. It is good to sing and to say in all situations a new song: NA NACH NACHMA NACHMAN MEUMAN....
Pronuciation and meaning of the phrase
During his lifetime, Rebbe Nachman spoke of a "Song of Redemption" that would be revealed before the coming of the Jewish Messiah. This song would be in a "single, double, triple, quadruple" form. (Likutei Moharan II, #8). The Na Nach Nachma phrase has such a structure (keeping in mind that Hebrew often omits the vowels):
The mantra is pronounced with a soft A sound as in "ah" and a guttural KH sound as in German "ach." It is usually accented as follows:
Speakers of Yiddish and German have also noted that na nach can mean "now to," which would loosely translate the phrase as "Now to Nachman from Uman," that is, traveling to the Rebbe on pilgrimage to his gravesite or in one's heart.
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