Tag Archives: Breslov Research Institute

God & The Simple Person (Video)

From BRI Breslov.org

How To Learn Breslov for Beginners (and Find Yourself)

Rebbe Nachman not only gives us profound lessons, but he teaches us how to learn them! Chaya Rivka Zwolinski explains.

Narcissim: The Enemy of Emunah (Video)

Emuna brings us joy. Narcissism prevents us from experiencing that joy. Chaya Rivka Zwolinski explains in this video by the Breslov Research Institute.

NEW Short Breslov Videos from Breslov Research Institute

Proof That Freedom of Choice Is Real
How does the sin of the golden calf prove that freedom of choice exists? Chaya Rivka Zwolinski explains.

Emunah Brings Blessings
Faith brings blessings into your life. Chaya Rivka Zwolinski explains.

Staying Sane in A Crazy World
The world has gone crazy. Rebbe Nachman’s parable, The Tainted Grain, explains how to hang on to your real self. Chaya Rivka Zwolinski explains.

 

What If You Don’t Feel Gratitude? Spiritual Nutrition, Growing YOUNG & More from BRI Breslov

Shabbat Shalom–Good Shabbos

Dear Friends,

Please take a moment to comment on youtube, soundcloud and Breslov.org if you like these videos, audio recordings and written posts. Also, have you seen the picture and word posts on facebook BRI Breslov/Breslov Research Institute has been posting the last month or so?  I’m creating all those  (10 a week) and BRI and I would love your feedback–please comment on Facebook if you’re enjoying those posts…and please SHARE them.

Thank you for joining me in the mitzvah of sharing Rebbe Nachman’s life-changing wisdom.

Good Shabbos with joy,

Chaya Rivka at BreslovWoman

Look! New Videos, Audio and More from me and BRI Breslov.org

ARTICLE Parshat Eikev: Food and spiritual nutrition

VIDEO What if you just don’t feel gratitude and “faking it” isn’t working??

VIDEO Are you joyful on Shabbat?

AUDIO Don’t grow old–grow young!

Share The Remedy–We’re Giving Out FREE Interlinear Tikkun Haklalis

Dear Friends of BreslovWoman.org,

I’m so excited to share this beautiful mission with you.

When I first was asked to work on this important campaign, I immediately liked the idea–but when I actually saw the pocket-sized edition of this new Hebrew-English Tikkun Haklali, I knew I had to dedicate myself to making sure BRI Breslov is able to meet (or hopefully exceed) their goal of giving out 50,000 copies of this powerful prayer. This edition of Tikkun Haklali is interlinear, with a contemporary English translation by Yitzchok Bell (who translated Psalms That Speak to You.)

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About the Remedy

For so many men and women, saying Tikkun Haklali has become the cornerstone of their return to a life of joy and connection. Why?

BRI’s Rebbe Nachman’s Tikkun, p.35, based on Likutei Moharan I:205 explains:

“The reason why it is necessary to recite [the] ten psalms is that there are ten kinds of song corresponding to the ten expressions of song and praise on which the book of Psalms is based… Each of these expressions has the power to nullify the power of [the force of impurity] because each of them is the direct opposite of [that force]. Ashrei, for example, is an expression for sight and vision, the opposite of the [force of impurity], whose main strength lies in damaging people’s vision… Similarly, Halleluyah, an expression of praise and joy…is the opposite of yelalah [the wailing of frustrated desire which stems from sadness]… They are Psalms numbers: 16, 32, 41, 42, 59, 77, 90, 105, 137, 150.”

You can learn more about Tikkun Haklali at Breslov.org with our books, articles, videos and podcasts. But SAYING IS BELIEVING. Once you’ve begun to say Rebbe Nachman’s Universal Remedy, you may notice subtle (and not-so-subtle) positive changes in your thoughts and feelings. But for many, the spiritual experience isn’t as much a feeling as it is a “doing.”

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Brings Brachos & Changes Lives

I believe Tikkun Haklali changes lives–it’s changed mine. And I also believe that the merit of helping other people access this incredible Remedy is priceless, worth far more than the $1.80 per copy needed for this campaign. Most exciting, is that BRI Breslov will hand out free copies at holy sites around the world, including

The Kotel (the Western Wall)

Rachel’s Tomb in Beth Lechem

Rebbe Nachman’s gravesite in Uman

And many more Holy Sites.

That’s why I’m inviting you join me and help us meet the goal of handing out 50,000 Free pocket sized copies of this Hebrew-English interlinear edition 

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From BRI Breslov (Breslov.org)

You’re invited to share in the blessings, healing & salvations that giving out Tikkun HaKlali will bring. Your generous donation will bring you merits and will literally change the world.

Share the Remedy Today – Together we’ll create a world-wide Tikkun HaKlali revolution. Bring salvations, healing and blessing into your life. Sponsor the printing and distribution of these precious booklets and we’ll give them out for free at the holiest places in the world.

Every time a person anywhere in the world recites Tikkun Haklali from this beautiful, free edition that you sponsor, you will share in their merit and open up the pipelines for blessings of health, marriage, children, wealth, and strengthening your connection to HaShem.

Please join us, and in the merit of your participation in this great mitzvah, may you be blessed with much joy and goodness, Amen!

Please Visit ShareTheRemedy.com Today and Share the Remedy.

P.S. Chaya Rivka, here. There are some exclusive Breslov perks when you donate, including books, special dedications, and even an amazing trip to Uman (airfare from NYC or TV included!)

(Breslov Research Insitute is a 501(c)(3). Your donation is charitable in the USA)

Video: Take A Break: A Joy-filled Passover with Rebbe Nachman & The Tzaddikim

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.