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You’re Invited to Learn More about Holy, Healthy Self Esteem for Jewish Women
You’re invited: Join Amanda Jones and JMAC (Jewish Mothers & Children) for a Special Brunch and Powerful Talk Based on the Teachings of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov, with Chaya Rivka Zwolinski of BRI Women & The Breslov Research Institute
Despite growing up in a society where encouragement, praise, and rewards were given freely both in schools and many homes, women have never believed in themselves less.
What is going on and can we change course to develop a personal, positive view of self?
Chaya Rivka Zwolinski says yes. She’s written and taught extensively on the topics of self-esteem and self-knowledge for women. Her work is based on Azamra! and many other teachings of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov, the 18th century Jewish leader who predicted that low self-esteem and lack of belief in self would be a problem that could only be addressed fully from a psychospritual perspective.
Using inspirational insights and practical techniques, learn what positive self-actualization can bring to your life. Don’t miss out on discovering your inner strength and beauty–register today.
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DATE AND TIME: Sun, April 15, 2018, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM EDT
LOCATION: Home of Amanda Jones, Founder of JMAC, 7 Sunshine Lane, Livingston, NJ 07039
You’re invited to Rebbe Nachman: A Taste of Pesach
Tonight, Monday, March 26, from 8:30 to 9:15 pm (NY time)
Join me for a talk about some vital Passover themes via the light of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov’s teachings and learn about their underlying soul-connection.
What is the deeper meaning of chametz?
What is exile?
What is freedom?
(And more if we have time.)
There will be time for discussion.
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TONIGHT, MONDAY, JANUARY 29
Breslov for Women
Tonight at 8:30 PM (EST) join Chaya Rivka Zwolinski at BreslovCampus and Shine A Light on Confusion and Doubts with Rebbe Nachman’s Ayeh (Likutey Moharan II, 12)
Free, Live, Breslov Classes Online at BreslovCampus.org
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All classes are posted at breslovcampus.org and youtube after the class.
This coming Sunday, January 28, 2018—9:30AM – 5:15PM is the Annual Day of Kabbalah: Kabbalah and Meditation at the JCC Manhattan sponsored by the Center for Jewish Living – Makom/Jewish Spirituality and The Carlebach Shul
Speakers include Rabbi Avraham Sutton, Rabbi Dov Ber Pinson, Rabbi Naftali Citron, Chaya Rivka Zwolinski, and more. The JCC Manhattan is located at 334 Amsterdam Ave, New York, NY 10023.
This program will have mixed seating.
Continue reading JCC Manhattan – You’re Invited To Learn More About Rebbe Nachman’s Meditation
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.
Call for Submissions
Rebbe Nachman: A Woman’s Treasury
Deadline January 28
Grab your keyboard! This is your chance to share your story with women worldwide.
You will join renowned teachers and authors including Tziporah Heller, Yehudis Golshevsky, Sara Yocheved Rigler, Gita Kramer, and more when your essay or original artwork is published in this history-making publication. Yes, Rebbe Nachman: A Woman’s Treasury will contain pieces by famous authors and teachers, but every woman who feels a connection to Rebbe Nachman, has had a meaningful personal experience with Breslov, or would like to share original Breslov-related essays, poetry, or art is welcome to submit her work.
How has Rebbe Nachman touched your heart? How have his teachings changed your life? Submit your story before the January 28th deadline and be published in this groundbreaking new book, Rebbe Nachman: A Woman’s Treasury, the first Breslov book by women for women.
For more information visit BRI Women’s Book page.
May your Chanukah be filled with creative light!
Chaya Rivka Zwolinski
Director, BRI Women
P.S. This is the first deadline–depending on the response, we may have additional deadlines.