Is life a pressure-cooker? Does preparing for Pesach leave you exhausted? Do you wish you could slow down and savor the moments?
Back for the annual BRI Women’s Pesach talk, Chaya Rivka Zwolinski discusses how the lives and stories of Rebbe Nachman, Udel (Aidel), Reb Noson, the Baal Shem Tov, and more, can help you experience a more meaningful and joyous Yom Tov.
(Next live class at BOMA Shul Manhattan will be Tuesday, March 26, 8:00 pm (buffet starts 7:30).
From March 13, 2019. Learn about relationships in light of Rebbe Nachman’s famous lesson, Azamra (Likutey Moharan 282) with Chaya Rivka Zwolinski Director of the Breslov Research Institute’s women’s program, BRI Women. This learning is dedicated for a refuah sheleimah for Sima bas Sheindel.
Videographer: Zeisy Devorah Mikhli
Learn Breslov with BRI Books series is dedicated l’iluy nishmas Tzvia bat Chaim v’Esther by her loving son and daughter in law, Gavriel and Chana Sneider.
Are you interested in Rebbe Nachman’s teachings? Would you like to make a fresh start with a brand-new way of learning that’s designed for you, personally? Are you curious about Breslov books, but not sure where to begin? Do you find the ideas within the texts inspiring, but aren’t sure how to apply them to your life? Then this course is for you.
Live, Monday nights at 8:30 pm NY time–sign up to receive class reminders here.
Chaya Rivka Zwolinski discusses some of Rebbe Nachman’s and Reb Noson’s insights into the High Holy Days and how you can make this year your personal best. There’ll be time for class discussion—bring your questions about the Tzadik, Uman Rosh Hashana, and topics related to the all the Yomim Tovim.
Topics include: Starting Over (Again—It’s the Jewish Way) Simcha Being with the Tzaddik—Even When You’re Staying Home Yishuv HaDaas (Calmness and Clarity) Teshuva, Tefilla, Tzedakah (Averting an Evil Decree) And more