This BreslovCampus.org video class on our spiritual anatomy offers a practical, hands-on approach to elevating our interpersonal relationships and inner-emotional lives based on the wisdom of Chassidus.
We discuss four of the Kabbalistic sefiros from a psycho-spiritual perspective and talk about the importance of rectifying our own free will, as well as finding alignment with Hashem’s Will. Rabbi Moshe Cordovero explains that by emulating and applying the 13 Attributes of Mercy to our own personal lives, we bringing healing to our soul, and insight into past, present and future.
The main text this course is based on is Anatomy of the Soul by Chaim Kramer, published by the Breslov Research Institute. This class is for women only.
THE HEALING DANCE OF BODY AND SOUL, PART II – Class 2 from Breslov Research Institute on Vimeo.
Why does evil exist?
This question and others (such as “Why do we suffer?”) have plagued humankind since time immemorial.
There are Kabbalistic discussions about the existence of evil, but the most powerful and life-changing answer is that evil exists in order to offer contrast with good.
The existence of evil enables us to Continue reading Why Does Evil Exist?
Three short but sweet Breslov videos just in time for Erev Shabbos from R’ Chaim Kramer, R’ Nasan Maimon, R’ Meir Elkabas:
Continue reading Three Brief Breslov Videos
If God knows the future, how can free will exist?
How are we able to make truly autonomous decisions if God already knows what we’ll choose?
If God is intimately involved in guiding our lives, then how can our personal free will co-exist with his Providence?
For Rebbe Nachman’s Answer continue reading at Breslov.org and be sure to check out the rest of the site!
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