More often than not, though, we experience conflict in at least some of our relationships. Whether it’s a workmate or friend, a parent or spouse, a child or neighbor, a teacher or even a repairman, navigating the ups and downs of relationships can be a challenge.
Which is why I’m so happy that Rebbe Nachman of Breslov gives us the tools we need to have better relationships. The Rebbe’s wisdom helps us repair and enrich our relationships with others, ourselves, and of course, God. It is possible to reframe and reshape how we view ourselves and others, banish negative judgment, and invite joy.
The Rebbe’s teachings have have brought about (and are still bringing about!) a seismic change in my own relationships and now I want to share what I’ve learned with you.
Class for Women
This Tuesday, May 27th, we’ll explore some of the Rebbe’s profound, life-changing teachings on relationships and related topics. If you’ll be in Brooklyn (Boro Park), please join us in this class for women at 8:30 pm. Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org for event details.
Note: If you’ll be in the 5 Towns area, there’s an event with the inspiring Breslov teacher, Rebbetzin Yehudis Golshevsky at Congregation Aish Kodesh in Woodmere, 8:00 pm.
Photo of Rowboat by Bern Altman