Topics include: Clapping hands-50 Levels, Growing (inside out and outside in), Healing Hands and the 10 Utterances of Creation, the Archangels, the Angels of the Healing Herbs, Wheat and Bread, the 10 Commandments, Torah and Healing, Netzach and Hod, Assertive Right Leg, Humble Left Leg, Balance and Personal Growth, The Kabbalistic Sefirot and Our Bodies, and more. Scroll down for video. Continue reading Healing Hands, Healing Herbs & The Angels *Video
Do you feel like you can’t say “no”? Does it seem like people take advantage of your kindness? Do you try to overlook people’s faults and concentrate on their nikudos tovos (good points) as Rebbe Nachman of Breslov teaches us, but end up feeling resentful? If so, this post’s for you. Continue reading Are You Being Taken Advantage Of?
Mishenichnas Adar Marbim BeSimcha! When Adar Comes, Joy Increases!
Special announcement from BRI’s Yossi Katz.
Please share with your friends, colleagues, mom, sisters, and daughters.
This coming Sunday, February 26, you’re invited to join the Breslov Research Insitute (BRI) at the JCC of Manhattan as we host three popular Breslov teachers for a life-changing afternoon of self-discovery with healing Chassidic meditation, art, and song, for women only.
Azamra: Hearing the Song of Your Soul
An Afternoon of Self-Discovery with Healing Chassidic Meditation, Art and Music
Come for a creative afternoon of exciting Chassidic workshops based on the joyful wisdom of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov. Experience the power of Chassidic meditation, art, and song. Uncover unique healing insights you can build on. Gain self-knowledge. Take home doable ideas for a personal spiritual practice that will work in your life.
Beginners through advanced participants are welcome. Kosher snacks served.
Workshops will be led by popular Breslov teachers including:
Chaya Rivka Zwolinski (BRI, BreslovWoman, BreslovCampus, teacher, coach, and writer)
Atara Grenadir (Touro College Professor and Art Therapist)
Fraidy Katz (Choir Director)
For questions, please email or call 732-534-7263 at the Breslov Research Insitute or use the comments section, below.
In this video class: Our unusual treasure; Fear as a source of strength, Exile and redemption; the reason for life’s ups and downs; Joy! is within your grasp; What do we take with us when we go out of exile?; Who’s in charge of your emotions?; Our pulse(s); The Baal Shem Tov and the Doctor; The 7 Beggars and the Water Castle; and more.
Rebbe Nachman of Breslov and Jewish sages throughout the millennia have long understood that the heart has thoughts of its own. Exploring Torah, we can begin to identify the psychospiritual functions of the heart.
What insights into self-image can Ezekiel’s chariot offer us? How do we mirror the Creation in our hearts? Why do we feel that the location of emotional suffering is in the heart? In what way are our hearts divided? How can we begin to heal “heartache?” We discuss this and more, in the first class of this semester’s Healing Dance of Body and Soul at BreslovCampus.org.
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This BreslovCampus.org video class on our spiritual anatomy offers a practical, hands-on approach to elevating our interpersonal relationships and inner-emotional lives based on the wisdom of Chassidus.
We discuss four of the Kabbalistic sefiros from a psycho-spiritual perspective and talk about the importance of rectifying our own free will, as well as finding alignment with Hashem’s Will. Rabbi Moshe Cordovero explains that by emulating and applying the 13 Attributes of Mercy to our own personal lives, we bringing healing to our soul, and insight into past, present and future.
The main text this course is based on is Anatomy of the Soul by Chaim Kramer, published by the Breslov Research Institute. This class is for women only.
One day at tea, the countess said, “We have a local Jewish healer right here in Mezhibuzh, a righteous man whose medical expertise is indisputable.”
The doctor hid his sneer behind his handkerchief. “Oh, I’d love to meet him.” So, the countess sent for the Baal Shem Tov right away. Continue reading Heart Two: The Doctor’s Pulse