BreslovCampus.org Class for Women Exile during the Three Weeks
To some, this is one of the most startling teachings in the Breslov panoply. Simplicity and innocence are not glamorous. And they don’t hold much appeal for a certain kind of brilliant person, the kind whose mind is a natural playground for intellectual hijinks. Continue reading What’s Greater Than Wisdom?
Know! a person must travel to the Tzaddik in search of what she’s lost. For prior to a person coming out into the air of this world, she is taught and shown all that she needs to do, work at, and achieve in this world. But as soon as she comes out into the air of the world, she immediately forgets it, as our Sages teach. —Rebbe Nachman of Breslov (LM 188)
We were all sitting in the airport in Kiev, except for two travelers. They were still in baggage claim, hoping their missing suitcases would appear. But the suitcases didn’t appear.
I had spoken to both these women at length before the trip. I knew that traveling to the Tzaddik was no ordinary adventure for either of them. I prayed that nothing would go awry. And now this. Continue reading The Traveling Uman-Women’s Boutique
The Healing Dance of Body & Soul, Video Class for Women: Topics include: Feet, Legs, Faith and Atheism, Arrogance and Humility, Healthy Speech, Joy, Dancing, Jewish spirituality and Jewish law, Netzach and Hod, Yesod, connecting to the Tzaddik, and more.
VIDEO: At BreslovCampus.org, during this portion of The Healing Dance of Body at Soul we discuss our hands, the deeper meaning of the movements our hands make when we speak and pray, Emunah-Prayer-Hands, the Kabbalistic sefirot and the connection between our intellect and our hands, the power of Creation is in our hands, our hands and our money, and more.
Video: The Healing Dance of Body and Soul for Women based on the wisdom of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov and the BRI book, Anatomy of the Soul. Topics in this video include: Body and Soul, Lungs, Lungs and Heart, Breathing, the Krechtz (groan/sigh), the “Oy” breath, emunah vs. anxiety, and more. (Next week, Monday, February 27 at BreslovCampus.org, we’ll continue a more in depth look at the breath and Jewish (Chassidic) breathwork.)
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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