This Elul Tap Into Your Hidden Connection To God: FREE Workshop

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Dear Breslov Woman,

Please join me for THINK SMALL: Tapping Into Our Hidden Connection To God, a free mini-workshop online for women only. It’s tonight, Tuesday, August 25 at 8:00 PM (EST); 5:00 PM (PST) at

This Elul workshop offers a timely preparation for
Rosh Hashanah. We’ll explore a unique Breslov perspective on connecting emotionally to Hashem by following His lead. It allows you to experience the freedom to let go of limiting self-beliefs so you can go to your next level of spiritual growth.

Based in part on an important theme in one of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov’s most lyrical Torahs, LM 219, Beetza Emrato, together we’ll learn how each of us has an essential, personal role to play in God’s Kingly coronation. How do we do it? We “think small.”

Time permitting, we’ll explore the following:

  • The story of God’s Royal Robe
  • A practical way to more fully experience Hashem in your personal life
  • Why cultivating smallness nurtures true greatness
  • The majesty of Rosh Hashana: A visualization
  • A Breslov Story
  • We plan to allow time for discussion on how to experience an “Uman, Rosh Hashanah” no matter where we are!

Beginners are welcome! Please share this post with your friends, sisters, moms, daughters.

Visit BRESLOVCAMPUS for more information and live class link.

*This special Elul class for women is sponsored in memory of Esther Faiga Bas Yitzchok by her grandchildren.

*If you’d like to sponsor a workshop or class in honor of or memory of a relative, teacher, or friend,  please contact me to discuss the date and topic at and/or contact Yossi Katz at to arrange the sponsorship.


Pray For Your Soul Mate Tonight & Tomorrow

1313588_25399911“No days were as festive for Israel as Tu B’Av and Yom Kippur.” (Mishna, Taanis)

Tonight, Thursday July 30th through Friday, July 31, is Tu B’av, the 15th of Av, a very special time for Jews. Continue reading Pray For Your Soul Mate Tonight & Tomorrow

The Way To Win (For Real)

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Winning isn’t everything. It’s the only thing. —Vince Lombardi

If you want to find Truth you must rid yourself of the desire for victory. —Rebbe Nachman of Breslov

Rebbe Nachman teaches that the urge to be victorious is a trait that cannot co-exist with truth. He says that a person who yearns to understand and experience truth, must discard her desire for winning.

But competition is what drives this world (and the economy, nations, and many individuals.) Besting others, at sport, politics or war, seems to be what this grand race called life is all about. Isn’t it? Continue reading The Way To Win (For Real)

Are There Breslov Mantras?

1280px-Goe_Platz_der_Synagoge_DetailDear BreslovWoman,

In the phone class on how to take control of our thoughts, you asked us to choose lines from Tehillim (Psalms), the siddur (prayer book), or even our own thoughts. We would use these as “replacement thoughts” anytime we’re having a negative thought.

I know what kinds of negative thoughts I have frequently. But I can’t decide what kinds of thoughts I need to replace them with. I’ve looked in books and tried to write my own, but it’s not working.

I want to stop the repetitive negative worried thoughts I have every day. Please help me – I need some new thoughts!

Aren’t there any Breslov sayings I could use?

Worried in NJ


Dear Worried,

I love the Change Your Thoughts; Change Your Life workshop because it gives easy, practical Breslov tools you can use to make your life better.

But I’m always up for making things even simpler. Continue reading Are There Breslov Mantras?

Music And Joy Can Help You Talk To God

Sterling2_4728aaMusic and joy can help you to pour out your words like water before God. Continue reading Music And Joy Can Help You Talk To God

What To Look For In A Husband (Short-ish Version)

1269851278Many years ago a wise person I know said that you and a prospective spouse should be able to connect in certain ways. These types of connection are: Continue reading What To Look For In A Husband (Short-ish Version)

Take Three: Do You Have An Identity Crisis?