This new series, which will be posted on Breslov.org (hopefully each week) is on the quintessential teaching of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov called Azamra (lesson 282 in Likutey Moharan.)
In Azamra, the Rebbe reveals how developing the ability to judge yourself and others favorably,leads to true joy. He explains how this joy leads to genuine spiritual connection. In Azamra, the Rebbe also shows us how we can create the true and holy melody of our soul’s return. He also illustrates the role of the Tzaddik, and much more.
The series will be based on past and present classes and chavrusas on the topic, and the plan is to include questions and comments from women that are relevant and interesting. So, if you can’t make it to class, be sure to look for the Azamra series at Breslov.org.
From the Azamra series:
Know and Understand!
A person must judge everyone favorably. Even if someone is completely bad, it is necessary to search and find in him some modicum of good; the little bit of him that is not wicked. And by finding in him a drop of good and judging him favorably, one brings him to return to the true path of his Jewish soul. —Rebbe Nachman of Breslov, Likutey Moharan, 282
Azamra, as Likutey Moharan 282 is known, is a foundational teaching of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov, one so life-changing, that Breslovers learn it over and over again, often throughout their lives. But, you don’t have to be an avowed Breslover to benefit from the incredible powerful message of this soul-stirring lesson.
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If you’d like to sponsor or dedicate this series (or an article or series on another topic) or schedule a class, workshop, or talk, please contact me at: chayarivka @ breslovwoman.org for details.