Tag Archives: Meir Elkabas

Video: The Simple Truth About Travel to The Tzaddik

In this short BreslovCampus.org video, Meir Elkabas explains why we travel to the Tzaddik and what psycho-spiritual challenges to expect when we think about going.

Would you like to travel to Rebbe Nachman in Uman? Reb Noson in Breslov? The Baal Shem Tov in Mezhibuzh? Rav Levi Yitzchak of Berditchev? Find out about our upcoming women’s trip here or email me at umanwomen @breslov.org.

Are You Being Taken Advantage Of?

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Do you feel like you can’t say “no”? Does it seem like people take advantage of your kindness? Do you try to overlook people’s faults and concentrate on their nikudos tovos (good points) as Rebbe Nachman of Breslov teaches us, but end up feeling resentful? If so, this post’s for you. Continue reading Are You Being Taken Advantage Of?

Three Brief Breslov Videos

Three short but sweet Breslov videos just in time for Erev Shabbos from R’ Chaim Kramer, R’ Nasan Maimon, R’ Meir Elkabas:

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A Little Bit Is Also Good

181823_2165Rebbe Nachman of Breslov’s teachings are, among other things, a comprehensive, holistic self-actualization system.

Breslov Chassidus offers profound variations on numerous themes, ranging from practical to spiritual, from earthy to intellectually elegant. Though the ramifications are cosmic, each lesson is also personal.

While it’s true that each is part of a larger whole, each lesson, analysis, meditation, and prayer is important in its own right.

Even a little bit of Breslov has the power to set off spiritual rumblings that may shake the foundations of your deepest self. After only a brief period of learning Breslov, you’ll begin to understand the holy source of your soul, the value of the true you—and this understanding is essential to living a meaningful life.

If you are an ambitious self-starter, you can being with Meir Elkabas’ excellent Breslov Therapy guide, a how-to on creating your own self-development program.

But what if you want something a bit simpler? I ran this 3 step program by Reb Elkabas and he gave his enthusiastic approval. Continue reading A Little Bit Is Also Good