Our recent Uman trip, was challenging and rich with rewards. We each returned inspired, if a bit overwhelmed by all the wonders this trip revealed.
Lauren Zahavi decided to launch a WhatsApp group for the women who went, which she did, and in no time at all it was loaded up with heartwarming photos, videos, and other posts from our beloved group members. After asking me to give brief (2-3 minute) Breslov lessons for that group, Lauren began a new WhatsApp group for anyone who wanted a dose of inspiration but who didn’t have a lot of time.
You can join, too. Just follow this link to the BRI Women WhatsApp group and you’ll have access to short but sweet lessonsof Rebbe Nachman’s teachingsas well as news about BRI Women programs.
The first lessons are about Rebbe Nachman’s remedies. We begin with remedies you can apply in your life: choosing simcha (joy), embracing temimus (simple sincerity), believing you can start over, forgetting heartache, and more.
And if you’d like to learn more, please visit the Breslov Research Institute’s newest program, BRI Women–and be inspired with life-changing programs, new publications, trips to Ukraine, and more.
What is the deeper meaning of chametz? What is exile? How can counting the omer change our perspective? Why was Rebbe Nachman able to make it to the Land of Israel, but the Holy Baal Shem was not? In this discussion of various Passover themes via the light of Breslov, Chaya Rivka Zwolinski, Director of BRI Women, reveals the underlying soul connection.
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.