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Workshop For Women

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Tonight, Wednesday, March 2 at 9:00 pm (EST)

You Can Heal Your Intimate Life-The Soul Connection

A special online workshop for women on healing intimacy, past, present and future. Continue reading Workshop For Women

Private Wednesday Night Class: You Can Heal Your Intimate Life

 

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You’re invited to two special, hour-long workshops for observant Jewish married women, Wednesday, February 24 and Wednesday, March 2 at 9:00 pm (EST)

These workshops are ONLINE and easy to access.

Hosted by BreslovCampus.org and recommended by Rabbi Chaim Kramer, Rabbi Nasan Maimon, Rebbetzin Aidel Miller, and more.

Wednesday, February 24 at 9:00 pm (EST)—Workshop One: You Can Heal Your Intimate Life-Believe You Can Repair

Don’t forget to reserve your place via Paypal! Only $18 per person. When paying by Paypal, enter your name, email, and which workshop session you are registering for (One and/or Two).

Wednesday, March 2 at 9:00 pm (EST)–Workshop Two: You Can Heal Your Intimate Life-The Soul Connection Continue reading Private Wednesday Night Class: You Can Heal Your Intimate Life

What To Look For In A Husband (Short-ish Version)

1269851278Many years ago a wise person I know said that you and a prospective spouse should be able to connect in certain ways. These types of connection are: Continue reading What To Look For In A Husband (Short-ish Version)

Finding Your Soul Mate

tulipsRebbe Nachman once spoke about
shiduchim (marriage matches). He said that each
person has many zivugim (intended marriage
partners). However, there are all kinds of levels and variations, involving many deep concepts. Continue reading Finding Your Soul Mate

New! BreslovMatch

BreslovMatch Launch Scheduled for Tu B’Av

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Intense prayer can help a person to find their marriage partner.

—Rebbe Nachman of Breslov

Are we allowed to think of our own joy during these difficult times?

Yes!

We’re all connected—when one of us is uplifted so are our sisters and brothers. When our personal darkness is reflected in the world’s turmoil, it’s vital to keep on praying, doing mitzvos, and seeking light.

Maintaining the hope and belief that spiritual joy will prevail in trying times is an important part of the Jewish spiritual path.

One of the most joyful mitzvos that is central to many aspects of living a Jewish life, is marriage. Building a warm Jewish home and family, one in which happiness shines, is something most of us naturally gravitate to. Continue reading New! BreslovMatch