Breslov Campus Video: The Road Less Travelled, Class 2
Scroll down to watch: Preparing for Rosh Hashana, connecting to Hashem, prayer, clapping for the King, crowning Hashem King, Yom Teruah, Shofar and a broken heart, the Machzor (the holiday “siddur”), Yom HaDin, judgment, Baal Shem Tov, Teshuvah, Rebbe Nachman’s Teshuvah, New Year’s Resolutions, positive/pure thoughts, looking for the nikudos tovos, Tzaddik, sweetening judgment, weep like a child, less talking, making a new beginning, starting over, and more. Have a Sweet New Year.
THE ROAD LESS TRAVELLED – Class 2 from Breslov Research Institute on Vimeo.
The BRI Women’s Shabbaton and Retreat, this coming weekend, September 8-10 is SOLD OUT.
Due to popular demand, we’re opening the doors of the Valevue Estate this Sunday, September 10th. You’re invited to join us for a special brunch featuring acclaimed speaker, Rabbi Jonathan Rietti. Rabbi Rietti will speak at 11:00 am on “My Emotions & Me: Who’s the Boss?”
If you like, stay for the Lost Art of Contemplative Writing workshop with me, inspired by the Alim Terufah, the letters of Reb Noson. Bring something to write with and on.
This Sunday, September 10th, the entire event will be from 10:00 am until 2:00 pm at the Valevue Estate 33 Picatinny Rd, Morristown, NJ 07960. $54 at the Door, RSVP appreciated, space is VERY limited to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Part One of two-part workshop at BreslovCampus.org. Each person has her own unique life-path to travel from year to year—and Rebbe Nachman’s teachings help you create your personal map to spiritual growth. Using Rebbe Nachman’s Advice as the guide, Chaya Rivka Zwolinski discusses how to identify and make choices that support your deepest potential.
Part Two will be live at BreslovCampus.org, Monday night, Sept. 11th at 8:30 PM.
THE ROAD LESS TRAVELLED – Class 1 from Breslov Research Institute on Vimeo.
In Class 3 of Rosh Hashanah On My Mind we prepare for the Yom Tov with a discussion of how we can tap into the power of our own thoughts, and continuing with real-life tips on how to apply the teachings of Likutey Moharan II, Lesson 94. (Fast forward to the 5 minute mark–the BRI/BreslovCampus assistant had no time to edit this video.)
Good Shabbos and Kesiva V’Chasima Tova, may you be blessed with a Very Sweet Year.
Watch this class on Vimeo, or watch it Continue reading A Sweet New Year
Starting this Monday night, September 12, you’re invited to a new, three-week class, Rosh Hashanah On My Mind, live on BreslovCampus.org with Chaya Rivka Zwolinski.
8:00 PM Eastern time, 5:00 PM Pacific time.
Rebbe Nachman famously said: My very essence is Rosh Hashana. It’s therefore no surprise that Breslov Chassidut is packed with teachings on the head of the Jewish year. In this class we focus on the motif of the head, especially as it pertains to making a fresh start to your year—and your life.
The three heads that come together on Rosh Hashana
The Tzaddik, the head of the Children of Israel
The Head of the Year
It is all in Your Head: Gathering your thoughts and settling your mind
The seven lamps of the head
The Three Dimensions
New beginnings and joy
Monday, Sept. 12th – Sept. 26th (3 weeks)
Main Text: Likutey Moharan II, Lesson 94 and other Breslov sources
Dear Breslov Woman,
Please join me for THINK SMALL: Tapping Into Our Hidden Connection To God, a free mini-workshop online for women only. It’s tonight, Tuesday, August 25 at 8:00 PM (EST); 5:00 PM (PST) at BreslovCampus.org.
This Elul workshop offers a timely preparation for
Rosh Hashanah. We’ll explore a unique Breslov perspective on connecting emotionally to Hashem by following His lead. It allows you to experience the freedom to let go of limiting self-beliefs so you can go to your next level of spiritual growth.
Based in part on an important theme in one of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov’s most lyrical Torahs, LM 219, Beetza Emrato, together we’ll learn how each of us has an essential, personal role to play in God’s Kingly coronation. How do we do it? We “think small.”
Time permitting, we’ll explore the following:
- The story of God’s Royal Robe
- A practical way to more fully experience Hashem in your personal life
- Why cultivating smallness nurtures true greatness
- The majesty of Rosh Hashana: A visualization
- A Breslov Story
- We plan to allow time for discussion on how to experience an “Uman, Rosh Hashanah” no matter where we are!
Beginners are welcome! Please share this post with your friends, sisters, moms, daughters.
Visit BRESLOVCAMPUS for more information and live class link.
*This special Elul class for women is sponsored in memory of Esther Faiga Bas Yitzchok by her grandchildren.
*If you’d like to sponsor a workshop or class in honor of or memory of a relative, teacher, or friend, please contact me to discuss the date and topic at email@example.com and/or contact Yossi Katz at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange the sponsorship.