From the BRI Women Breslov Healing: Mind, Body & Soul Shabbaton, 2018 with Chaya Rivka Zwolinski.
From the BRI Women Breslov Healing: Mind, Body & Soul Shabbaton, August 17-19, 2018 with Rabbi Jonathan Rietti
Rabbi Jonathan Rietti: Rebbe Nachman & Anger Part 1
Rabbi Jonathan Rietti: Rebbe Nachman & Anger Part 3
Rabbi Jonathan Rietti: Rebbe Nachman & Anger Part 4
Like Azamra!, Ayeh (Likutey Moharan II, 12), one of the essential teachings of Breslov Chassidut, inspired abundant commentary by Reb Noson and others. Ayeh deals with a universal problem: No matter one’s spiritual level, falls occur. In this essential lesson, Rebbe Nachman shows us how to seek God from the darkest depths and Reb Noson illustrates the many forms the search may take.
Using the text as a guide, you will take a journey along Rebbe Nachman’s path of spiritual recovery and discovery. No matter where you are holding, recognizing the psychospiritual opportunities in life’s ups and downs, and following the advice in Ayeh, will bring you to a place of healing. You are stronger than you think! Never give up!
Students are encouraged but not required to read the text over the course of the semester, during which Chaya Rivka Zwolinski will discuss key concepts and related materials.
- Simplicity vs. Sophistication
- The Hidden Utterances of Creation
- Recreating Yourself
- Life’s Tests (Falling Down In Order to Go Up)
- Exile is Confusion and Doubts
- You are Where Hashem Puts You (Your Lowest Lows and Your Highest Heights)
- The Torah Lights the Path of Your Journey
- Never Give Up!
And much more…
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In this video class: Our unusual treasure; Fear as a source of strength, Exile and redemption; the reason for life’s ups and downs; Joy! is within your grasp; What do we take with us when we go out of exile?; Who’s in charge of your emotions?; Our pulse(s); The Baal Shem Tov and the Doctor; The 7 Beggars and the Water Castle; and more.
Rebbe Nachman of Breslov and Jewish sages throughout the millennia have long understood that the heart has thoughts of its own. Exploring Torah, we can begin to identify the psychospiritual functions of the heart.
What insights into self-image can Ezekiel’s chariot offer us? How do we mirror the Creation in our hearts? Why do we feel that the location of emotional suffering is in the heart? In what way are our hearts divided? How can we begin to heal “heartache?” We discuss this and more, in the first class of this semester’s Healing Dance of Body and Soul at BreslovCampus.org.
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How can we get out of our bitter heaviness? How can we release our heavy hearts? What can we do when we’re paralyzed by indecision? How can we know which path to take—in career? Spirituality? Relationships?
Who do we connect to when we feel a lack of connection?
Who do we turn to when it seems like there is nowhere to turn?
The Torah teaches us to turn to Hashem and to turn to the Tzaddikim.
There are three stages of connection to the tzaddikim and by means of these three stages, everything is rectified. —Kitzur Likutey Moharan, 4
Stage One: Continue reading Getting Unstuck