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I was under the impression Nusach Ha-Arizal was the precursor to Nusach Sefard. Nusach Sefard being an umbrella term for the various Chassidic Nusach.
Some in Chabad wear tefilin in Alter Rebbe ktav, others wear Ktav Ari. But there are multiple issues in tefilin beyond the ktav (script). For instance, as I documented here, the spacing between paragraphs is a difference some find significant. Also Chabad has a chumra/hiddur to use larger batim (40mm x 40mm at the top, e.g., see bottom of here, instead of ...
The accepted practice in chabad is not to add tefilos during davening that were not included in the siddur by the Alter Rebbe. That being said without knowing more about the specific prayer there wouldn't be a reason necessary that one could not recite it after davening.
I am currently working on a recording of Shacharis according to Nusach Arizal (Chabad). You inspired me. It should be on Youtube sometime and I'll give a link here when it's done. :)
This is a recording of all of weekday shaharit being read word-by-word by Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson: http://vimeo.com/18771198
Hi rey and sorry about your blind relative. It must be hard to be unable to see. I suggest that you might look at www.770live.com. They have a live recording (I think?) 24/7 of the inside of the 770 Chabad shul and you can listen to their Shacharis there if you log on early enough in the morning (it shouldn't be too early.) Keep in mind that the people who ...
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