BreslovWoman

Breslov WomanIt’s a great mitzvah to be happy, always. — Rebbe Nachman of Breslov

Women are more spiritually attuned than men. (It says so in ancient Jewish teachings).

We are more understanding, often are quick to grasp someone else’s mood or feelings, more apt to be profoundly moved by the little things in life.

But sometimes, our spiritual sensitivity has another, darker side. It means that we’re more likely to take things hard, struggle with sadness, and think self-defeating thoughts such as “If only…” and “What if?”

Can you legislate happiness? Can you command it? Perhaps not. But what you can do is teach your mind and heart to be more joyful. Rebbe Nachman of Breslov gives us the tools to make this life (and the next) a happier one.

There are so many creative, intelligent, and sensitive women who would like to live life with less pain, more optimism. Rebbe Nachman’s teachings help us do this. All you need to do is connect to the Tzaddik.

Learning Rebbe Nachman of Breslov’s teachings has enriched my life in so many ways that it would be impossible to list them all. But the essence of the positive changes I’ve experienced is in one area: Relationships.

I have seen my relationships with others, myself and God all improve and keep on improving. And I’m continuing to work on them. That’s why I started BreslovWoman.org for women like you. I want to share the powerful benefits of Breslov inspiration with women who care about their relationships.

How do you connect? You can email me at crz1@ optonline.net or better yet, use the contact form below. Also, why not join the breslovwoman community and group on Facebook and on Twitter, too?

If you’d like to speak to me, please use the contact form at the bottom of this page. I look forward to hearing from you.

With Joy,

Chaya Rivka 

 

 

About Chaya Rivka Zwolinski

As a speaker, writer, and coach, Chaya Rivka’s focus is helping women develop the personal tools they need to feel inspired, improve their relationships, take charge of their own psycho-spiritual growth, find joy, and more—by accessing and assimilating the breathtaking wisdom of Breslov Chassidus.

She writes the BreslovWoman.org blogthe Breslov Repair Kit at Breslov.org, the HealthyJewishCooking.com blog, A Little Bit Of Soul and the Therapy Soup blog at PsychCentral.com, and more, and has contributed to numerous publications, both online and print. She teaches relationship courses at BreslovCampus.org and is also the director of curriculum and program marketing, as well as a consultant to organizations including the Breslov Research Institute in the areas of communications and marketing. She has produced spiritual and educational materials for a number of organizations including Ancient Springs; Modern Lives for MikvahUSA.org. She recently founded the Healing Relationships Program for Jewish Women which is producing upcoming workshops and classes with a variety of teachers and speakers.

She’s the ghost writer of numerous published books and articles, and the co-author of the Amazon.com bestseller and family and patient advocacy book, Therapy Revolution: Find Help, Get Better, and Move On, and The Parent-Child Dance, with children’s behavior specialist, Miriam Manela, OTR.

She studied fine art, industrial design and drama at Carnegie Mellon University and communications and film at Temple University. She also studied TCM, holistic, and mind-body healing at the graduate level and other venues.

She attempts to live with constant gratitude to Hashem for bringing the Tzaddik into her life and works daily on strengthening her connection to Rabbeinu.

To contact Chaya Rivka Zwolinski, please use the form:

 

 

 

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