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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

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10 Rebbe Nachman’s Remedies Parshas Behaaloskha BRI Women

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Video & Audio Class 2: Azamra! A New Vision of Self and Relationships

Video and Audio of Class 2 in Azamra! Class at BreslovCampus.org. (Join us next week, Monday night at 8:30 pm (EST)

AZAMRA! A NEW VISION OF SELF & RELATIONSHIPS – Class 2 from Breslov Research Institute on Vimeo.


Take Three: Do You Have An Identity Crisis?

Take Three: Come Closer To God With Joy

Free Breslov Audio Classes For Women

1317287_75998813The most recent class series is based on the incredible teachings of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov’s lesson called Ayeh (LM II, No. 12.) The lesson Ayeh is the moon to Azamra’s sun.

Azamra helps us navigate challenges that, with a modicum of honesty, we can clearly comprehend, and if we so choose, work to improve in those areas.

Ayeh helps us understand and deal with problems that are often obscured by darkness, constricted consciousness, and emotional pain. Continue reading Free Breslov Audio Classes For Women

Happiness MP3


Happiness is the hardest thing! said Rebbe Nachman of Breslov.

Are you happy?

Why is true happiness so hard to achieve? Is it even possible to be really happy?

What’s the secret to long-lasting happiness?

Listen to Rebbe Nachman’s story called Even Tov (The Precious Stone) or Faith and Part One of our discussion about happiness.

Gemstone Photo by Harold and Erica Van Pelt, courtesy of the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History.