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Video Class: Azamra! A New Vision of Self and Relationships, Class 1

AZAMRA! A NEW VISION OF SELF & RELATIONSHIPS – Class 1 from Breslov Research Institute on Vimeo.  Mondays at 8:30 pm (EST) October 30 through Monday, December 3

Azamra! A New Vision of Self & Relationships Class Starts Tonight

Azamra! A New Vision of Self & Relationships begins tonight, Monday, October 30, at 8:30 pm (EST), at BreslovCampus.org. Continue reading Azamra! A New Vision of Self & Relationships Class Starts Tonight

You NEED to Experience Joy on Rosh Chodesh Adar

azamra22305843009295801803Mishenichnas Adar Marbim BeSimcha! When Adar Comes, Joy Increases!

Special announcement from BRI’s Yossi Katz.

Please share with your friends, colleagues, mom, sisters, and daughters.

Dear Friend,

This coming Sunday, February 26, you’re invited to join the Breslov Research Insitute (BRI) at the JCC of Manhattan as we host three popular Breslov teachers for a life-changing afternoon of self-discovery with healing Chassidic meditation, art, and song, for women only.

Azamra: Hearing the Song of Your Soul
An Afternoon of Self-Discovery with Healing Chassidic Meditation, Art and Music

Come for a creative afternoon of exciting Chassidic workshops based on the joyful wisdom of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov. Experience the power of Chassidic meditation, art, and song. Uncover unique healing insights you can build on. Gain self-knowledge. Take home doable ideas for a personal spiritual practice that will work in your life.

Program starts 1 pm at the JCC in Manhattan. Reserve Online Now at the JCC Manhattan or call 646.505.5700 to reserve your space.

Beginners through advanced participants are welcome. Kosher snacks served.

Workshops will be led by popular Breslov teachers including:

Chaya Rivka Zwolinski (BRI, BreslovWoman, BreslovCampus, teacher, coach, and writer)

 Atara Grenadir (Touro College Professor and Art Therapist)

Fraidy Katz (Choir Director)

For questions, please email or call 732-534-7263 at the Breslov Research Insitute or use the comments section, below.

You’re Invited: Azamra for Women in NYC

azamra22305843009295801803You’re invited to a special Breslov event just for women on Sunday, February 26th at the JCC of Manhattan.
Azamra: Hearing the Song of Your Soul
An Afternoon of Self-Discovery with Healing Chassidic Meditation, Art and Music for women

Date: Sunday, February 26th  Time: 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm

Place: The JCC of Manhattan at 334 Amsterdam Ave. at 76th St, New York City 

Come for a creative afternoon of Chassidic workshops based on the joyful wisdom of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov. Experience the power of Chassidic meditation, art, and song. Uncover unique healing insights you can build on. Gain self-knowledge. Take home doable ideas for a personal spiritual practice that will work in your life.

Save money and reserve online now. Or call the JCC to register 646.505.5708 or Susie Kessler, Director of Makom at the JCC, directly. 646.505.5726

Online registration is $40 per person. Price at the door will be $50.

Beginners through advanced participants are welcome. Kosher snacks served.

Co-sponsored by the Jewish Community Center of Manhattan & Breslov Research Institute

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Azamra: The 7 Habits Of Highly Connective People

769px-Jews_at_Western_Wall_by_Felix_Bonfils,_1870sL’iluy Nishmas Eyal Yifrah, Gilad Shaar, and Naftali Fraenkel, sponsored by Miriam bas Chava Mindel.

We’ll continue with two questions from the last Azamra post:

Why are we asked to make a judgment at all, positive or negative, about others? Why does Hashem arrange for us to “stand in judgment” of each other?

Rebbe Nachman tells us that everything that we see, hear, and experience as we live each day contributes to our spiritual growth. What we see or hear concerning other people is no exception.

The holy Baal Shem Tov said that, “Before a Heavenly decree is passed against a person, the person himself whom the decree concerns is asked about it.”*

If the person who is facing the Heavenly judgment agrees with the Heavenly court that the decree should be passed—it is passed. In other words, our own “ruling” determines what happens; our own judgment about our actions decides the consequences we must face.

But Nobody Asked Me. Or Did They?

Now, if you’re like most people, Continue reading Azamra: The 7 Habits Of Highly Connective People