Purim is about concealment and that which is concealed. The Megillah, which we read twice on Purim, is named after Queen Esther. Esther manifested a character trait that embodies hiddenness, that most misunderstood of traits–modesty. Esther’s modesty was notably expressed by her special ability to know when to keep silent and when not to.
Kept for all intents and purposes as a prisoner in King Achashveirosh’s harem, Esther remained silent while she waited for the most opportune time to reveal Haman’s treachery and save the Jewish people. She concealed the fact that she was Jewish, too. Her quiet confidence and humility enabled her to hang in there for nearly nine years as the Purim story unfolded.
In order to do this, Esther had to have confidence in herself; she had to believe in herself and in Continue reading Esther’s Quiet Victory–Purim By The Light Of Azamra
There are three different stages in drawing closer to the Tzaddikim. By working through each stage it is possible to achieve the perfect tikkun. —Advice (Likutey Eitzos, Rebbe Nachman of Breslov)
To achieve your Tikkun it is beneficial to draw closer to the Tzaddikim. How do you know if you’re on the right path? Continue reading Three Stages Of Achieving Your Tikkun
A Replacement Computer For Chaya Rivka of BreslovWoman.org is Needed by April
Please help by donating to my Gofundme campaign and sharing.
This is Chaya Rivka Zwolinski. You know me from BreslovWoman.org and BreslovCampus.org. You’ve read my Breslov articles at BreslovWoman.org, or maybe placed your shidduch profile at BreslovMatch for no cost.
You may have watched my free workshops and joined me in free online classes. Maybe you’ve joined me for one-on-one coaching and learning or joined me for live classes in Brooklyn, Queens, or Manhattan.
The truth is, I don’t share Breslov Torah with you just because I want to, I share it because I absolutely need to. The sparkling wisdom of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov changed my life and I’m so grateful.
That’s why I’m committed to sharing what I’ve learned with all women who are interested in feeling better about themselves and who want to strengthen their relationships with themselves, the people in their lives, and Hashem.
The Computer-Equivalent of a 1978 AMC Pacer
Somehow, I’ve been doing these projects and more, including teaching classes and running the social media for the Breslov not-for-profits I work and volunteer for, on a pretty lame computer. B”H, it’s been working.
But now my computer is on life support, and I am in desperate need of an upgrade. On top of that, come April, my software won’t be supported. Without an upgrade, my work could come to a quick halt.
Angst, Hisbodedus, and Facing Up to The Situation
After much inner-wrangling, I realize that I need to humbly ask for a little help so this Breslov woman can keep sharing.
I’m working on a tight deadline, and need to order a new computer within a few days to keep Breslov inspiration flowing. I’ve found a computer with the fixins’ and can get it installed for $1690.
Whatever you are able to do to help is gratefully appreciated. Please check out the Rewards to see what I want to give you for helping–I really want to show you my heartfelt thanks.
Click here to help, now!
Tizku L’mitzvos & Thank you so much,
Tonight, Monday: Freedom From Fear
It’s been a wonderful semester of strengthening new and old connections.
This Monday night, March 14, at 8 pm (est) please join us for the Final Freedom from Fear Class at BreslovCampus.org or log in here. Previous attendance is not necessary.
We’ll be talking about Yiras Hashem and the fascinating relationship awe-fear of God has with both wisdom and humility; a story about the Baal Shem Tov; a remedy for insecurity (a type of fear); and more. Plus, I’ll be extending a personal invitation to you. (Log in tonight to find out more.) The Freedom from Fear class is free to attend and is brought to you by BreslovCampus.org, a project of the Breslov Research Institute.
Wednesday Night: Healing Intimacy
NEW! Only $8 per class
After last week’s break for Rosh Chodesh Adar programming, we’ll be continuing the Healing Intimacy series with a new class:
You Can Heal Your Intimate Life-Healing the Past & Moving Forward with Chaya Rivka Zwolinski on Wednesday, March 16 at 9:00 pm (EST). Thanks to the Schulman Family for continuing to support this project. For anyone who is unable to make the new lower requested donation, please contact me directly about a scholarship.
Please donate $8 to register:
Important: Register by Wednesday, March 16, 7:30 pm (EST) in order to receive password. If you do not receive password by 7:30 pm let me know so I can send it to you: Chayarivka @ breslovwoman.org
Make your $8 donation for the workshop you want to attend via Paypal’s safe, secure site. Include your name, email, and which workshop you are registering for (March 16th Workshop) and you’ll receive a confirmation email with the log-in and call-in information. We are hosted by BreslovCampus.org’s live, virtual learning program. Donations go to support BreslovWoman.org/programs. Thank you.
Tonight, Wednesday, March 2 at 9:00 pm (EST)
You Can Heal Your Intimate Life-The Soul Connection
A special online workshop for women on healing intimacy, past, present and future. Continue reading Workshop For Women