Listen to this audio exploration of the characters and history of Megillat Rut, with inspiration from Rebbe Nachman of Breslov.
(Recorded Sunday, May 30 at the Jews of Color women’s event.)
This Psalm is a Segula: To calm a crying child, To find grace and favor in the eyes of other people
On the Gitit, The Holy Ark of the Covenant, King David
Hashem’s Majesty can be Experienced on Earth
The Purity of Children (Rebbe Nachman of Breslov’s Likutey Moharan 282/Azamra)
Connecting to your Pure Inner Child
Atheists: Small People who See a Limit to God’s Greatness
Enosh-Frail, Self-referential People
Crowned with a Soul! This is Humankind’s Glorious Gift from Hakadosh Baruch Hu
Confirming Hashem’s Greatness
Do you feel like it’s difficult to connect to Sefer Tehillim – The Book of Psalms?
Do you wish you knew more about their deeper meaning, how they were written, and why they are considered so vital to our spiritual growth and return to God?
In Psalms for Life, a weekly 30 minutes class, we’ll explore the historical, spiritual and textual richness of the Book of Psalms with Breslov insights and more. At the end of each class we will recite Psalms together as a merit for anyone seeking a Refuah Sheleimah, a complete healing/recovery.
Visit BreslovWoman.org to get Breslov inspiration and class and program schedules.
Nachman spoke about the incredible power of saying Psalms, explaining that if we actually knew how valuable they were, we’d say Tehillim all the time. Join me for a short and sweet class Psalms for Life, Wednesday mornings, Register once here and get the link that will gain you free access for the entire series.
11 am ET; 10 am CT; 9 am MT; 8 am MT; 6 pm Israel Time
Please visit our Psalms for Life Playlist on our YouTube channel for previous classes.
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To see the December class schedule visit our calendar
Rebbe Nachman of Breslov offers unique mystical and psychospiritual insights into the incredible spiritual work we are capable of in Elul, in preparation for Rosh Hashana (the Jewish New Year) and Yom Kippur. In this class with Chaya Rivka Zwolinski on how Holy Self Esteem is essential to the spiritual tasks at hand, we discuss: The Hidden Hints of the Betula (Virgo) in the Jewish Zodiac, the Sign for Elul Rebbe Nachman’s Famous Lesson, Torah Vav and How Finding a Personal Balance of Humility and Self Esteem is the Way to Joy, Ani L’ Dodi v’Dodi Li (I am to my beloved as my beloved is to me) How this Famous Expression from Song of Songs Describes the Loving Relationship between Hashem and Us and is Reflected in the Psycho-Mystical Process of Returning & Returning ,Why we Struggle with Self Esteem and a Spiritual Approach to Healing our Low Self Esteem, And much more…
Elul is famously an acronym for אני לדודי ודודי לי; I am my beloved’s and my beloved is mine. During Elul we’re reminded that we are Hashem’s beloved and He is ours. But what if we have a hard time connecting with this love? And what if the focus on return and correction leaves us with feelings of inferiority or depression?
Everybody talks about self-esteem and its importance. But secular ideas of self-esteem can be toxic to our neshamot, souls. Rebbe Nachman’s insights into the importance of developing what I call Holy Self-Esteem (vs. unhealthy self-esteem/narcissism) are relevant year-round, and especially so as we approach the Days of Awe. Come join me for this special talk about how to do Teshuvah while building Holy Self-Esteem in Elul–and always.