Category Archives: Think On This

Powerful thoughts from Rebbe Nachman of Breslov

What If You Don’t Feel Gratitude? Spiritual Nutrition, Growing YOUNG & More from BRI Breslov

Shabbat Shalom–Good Shabbos

Dear Friends,

Please take a moment to comment on youtube, soundcloud and Breslov.org if you like these videos, audio recordings and written posts. Also, have you seen the picture and word posts on facebook BRI Breslov/Breslov Research Institute has been posting the last month or so?  I’m creating all those  (10 a week) and BRI and I would love your feedback–please comment on Facebook if you’re enjoying those posts…and please SHARE them.

Thank you for joining me in the mitzvah of sharing Rebbe Nachman’s life-changing wisdom.

Good Shabbos with joy,

Chaya Rivka at BreslovWoman

Look! New Videos, Audio and More from me and BRI Breslov.org

ARTICLE Parshat Eikev: Food and spiritual nutrition

VIDEO What if you just don’t feel gratitude and “faking it” isn’t working??

VIDEO Are you joyful on Shabbat?

AUDIO Don’t grow old–grow young!

New Videos, Audio and Written Posts from BRI Breslov & Chaya Rivka Z.

Good Shabbos & Shabbat Shalom

Parshat Va’Etchanan: Start Your Search Today (Article)

The Baal Shem Tov says that wherever we’re standing, no matter where that place is, a person can start searching for Hashem right NOW…read more here.

Do You Want Emunah? (Video)

Only One Truth (Audio)

Avoid The Evil Eye (Video)

New! Four Short Breslov Videos (two minutes or less)

Something new from BRI Breslov.org/BRI Women, short videos designed for your busy life. If you only have time for one uplifting thought, make it a thought from Rebbe Nachman! If you like these videos and would like BRI Breslov.org to continue creating them, please visit the YouTube channel (just click on the “youtube” logo in the video), and COMMENT, SHARE (with your friends), & LIKE.

Any suggestions for topics? Feel free to contact me: crzbreslov @ gmail.com.

Thank you for participating in spreading the teachings of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov.

Have a meaningful, easy fast and may we soon experience the arrival of Moshiach and the Redemption, Peace on Earth, and a Deeper Connection with Our Beloved Father, Hakadosh Baruch Hu, the Holy One, Blessed is He.

Chaya Rivka Z.

 

Video: The Holy Temple & You with Chaya Rivka Zwolinski

Rebbe Nachman’s Remedies: Mini-Lessons (Audio)

Need a remedy?

Get a daily mini-lesson (a few minutes only) from me now on WhatsApp and listen to recent recordings of Rebbe Nachman’s Remedies here:

Shavuos 2018

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5 Rebbe Nachman’s Remedies A Holy Eye crz  

Erev Shabbos Parshas Naso Briwomen

6 Rebbe Nachman’s Remedies You Can Be A Tzaddik! BRI women

7 Rebbe Nachman Remedies Baal Shem Tov and Eliyahu Hanavi BRI women

8 Rebbe Nachman remedies bri women

9 Rebbe Nachman remedies BRI women

10 Rebbe Nachman’s Remedies Parshas Behaaloskha BRI Women

11 Rebbe Nachman’s Remedies BRI women

12 Rebbe Nachman’s Remedies BRI women

 

 

Ask A Breslover

From Breslov.org

Dear Breslover,

I’ve been through lots of pain the past two years. I am forced to deal with a crazy family situation, I am facing bankruptcy and I live with a chronic illness which is made worse by all the stress.

I asked someone for spiritual advice and he told me that my suffering was an atonement for my sins.

I asked someone else for spiritual advice and he told me to thank Hashem for all the good things in my life. He told me to do this during hitbodedut for at least an hour a day. I couldn’t stand to do it for more than a few minutes, it felt totally fake, like I was lying to Hashem.

Someone else told me that if I thanked Hashem for my problems they would go away because I wouldn’t need them anymore.

I feel like the people giving me advice don’t understand what I’m going through.

H.M.

Click to Read the Answer

What’s Greater Than Wisdom?

“Each person must cast aside all of his sophisticated ideas and serve God in simplicity and innocence. For a person’s deeds should be greater than his wisdom.” —Rebbe Nachman of Breslov

To some, this is one of the most startling teachings in the Breslov panoply. Simplicity and innocence are not glamorous. And they don’t hold much appeal for a certain kind of brilliant person, the kind whose mind is a natural playground for intellectual hijinks.  Continue reading What’s Greater Than Wisdom?