The Narrow Bridge: Find Freedom from Anxiety and Fear in a Free Class
Kol haolam kulo, gesher tsar me’od…The whole world is a very narrow bridge…and the main thing is to not be afraid. We all know this famous song, but do we know what the lyrics really mean?
Monday night, February 22nd, from 8:00 to 9:00 pm (EST), join Chaya Rivka Zwolinski in BreslovCampus.org’s virtual classroom or phone in, for a free class: Freedom from Fear & The Narrow Bridge and learn how to apply its hidden meaning to your life. Scroll down for log-in link or call-in phone number. For women only.
Today it seems like more people struggle with anxiety and worry than at any time in history. Emotional, physical, and spiritual side-effects like depression, anger, unhealthy habits, and hopelessness can be actually caused by many types of fear.
What is the answer?
Torah and Chassidus offer powerful insights proven to help us begin take a deep breath, let go, and make that first step towards relief. Join us Monday night and discover:
- The meaning of the narrow bridge
- The real reason people suffer from worry, anxiety, and all kinds of fears
- Two essential middos that help us cross the bridge without fear
- How to begin attain peace of mind and joy
- Practical tools to help you take the next step
This FREE class is live—you can ask questions, comment and participate via our easy online message system or by phone.
Date & Time: Monday, February 22, 8:00 pm (EST)
How to Access: At 8:00 pm (EST) Log In
How To Listen By Phone
If you would prefer to listen to the class on the phone, call:
New York: +1 (917) 338-1451
For Other Countries: – See Global Access Numbers
When prompted, dial this code: 228877#
To View Using The Mobile App:
Currently available for iPhone – iPad – Android – BlackBerry
1 .Click on your device type above.
- Download the ClickMeeting Mobile App.
- Login by using access code: Meeting ID: 318-967-614
This program and other free classes, workshops and special events are sponsored by BreslovCampus.org, the international Breslov learning program, and BRI (Breslov.org), worldwide publishers of Breslov books in English, since 1979.