Video Class for Women
Video: In class three of Ayeh 101: Shine A Light on Confusion, Doubts and Darkness, we talk about this week’s Torah portion, Beshallach, how the Egyptians and Pharaoh and how this relates to Ayeh, different ways of falling down and what to do, what is the greatest expression of Hashem’s glory, turning to God when we’re mentally, emotionally, physically down, suffering, emunah and doubts, who our biggest enemies are, the Olah sacrifice in the Holy Temple in Yerushalayim and how this relates to the concept of Ayeh, what the sheep represents, and much more about how to understand the message of Ayeh, no matter what level you’re on.
Part of the Relationships Series with Chaya Rivka Zwolinski For women only
Like Azamra!, Ayeh (Likutey Moharan II, 12), one of the essential teachings of Breslov Chassidut, inspired abundant commentary by Reb Noson and others. Ayeh deals with a universal problem: No matter one’s spiritual level, falls occur. In this essential lesson, Rebbe Nachman shows us how to seek God from the darkest depths and Reb Noson illustrates the many forms the search may take.
Using the text as a guide, you will take a journey along Rebbe Nachman’s path of spiritual recovery and discovery. No matter where you are holding, recognizing the psychospiritual opportunities in life’s ups and downs, and following the advice in Ayeh, will bring you to a place of healing. You are stronger than you think! Never give up!
Students are encouraged but not required to read the text over the course of the semester, during which Chaya Rivka Zwolinski will discuss key concepts and related materials.
- Simplicity vs. Sophistication
- The Hidden Utterances of Creation
- Recreating Yourself
- Life’s Tests (Falling Down In Order to Go Up)
- Exile is Confusion and Doubts
- You are Where Hashem Puts You (Your Lowest Lows and Your Highest Heights)
- The Torah Lights the Path of Your Journey
- Never Give Up!
And much more…
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