Rosh Chodesh Elul begins after Shabbat on August 7th, and Elul is famously an acronym for אני לדודי ודודי לי; I am my beloved’s and my beloved is mine. During Elul we’re reminded that we are Hashem’s beloved and He is ours. But what if we have a hard time connecting with this love? And what if the focus on return and correction leaves us with feelings of inferiority or depression?
Everybody talks about self-esteem and its importance. But secular ideas of self-esteem can be toxic to our neshamot, souls. Rebbe Nachman’s insights into the importance of developing what I call Holy Self-Esteem (vs. unhealthy self-esteem/narcissism) are relevant year-round, and especially so as we approach the Days of Awe. Come join me for this special talk about building Holy Self-Esteem in Elul–and always.
This program is free to attend. Please register with your full-name, email and cell phone for security purposes. If you are someone who has attended BreslovWoman Zoom classes in the past, you might receive a separate invitation, but it is advisable to register in advance. Text your info to 917-348-1573 or email firstname.lastname@example.org, subject line August 9 Zoom. (We have other Zoom programs that week, so be sure to let me know which program you are registering for.)