Tag Archives: Passover

A Breslov Approach To Pesach: Video

What is the Breslov approach to the customs, stringencies and laws of Pesach? How can we observe our cherished traditions and enjoy this beautiful Yom Tov, without being overly-stressed? In this video we discuss Rebbe Nachman’s approach to common issues facing women before and during Pesach. For women only.
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Passover With Rebbe Nachman

Prepare for A Breslov Pesach with Live Classes at BreslovCampus.org

THIS COMING SUNDAY, MONDAY, and WEDNESDAY

The Four Sons with Yehudis Golshevsky
Sunday, April 2
11 am NY time (6 pm Israel time)

Inside each of us are aspects of the four sons of the Pesach Seder. In this class we’ll identify the four sons that exist within each of us, based on the teachings of Rebbe Nachman and Reb Noson. For women only.
Use this link now to log into your live class 

https://breslovcampus.clickwebinar.com/Speaking_from_the_Soul_With_Yehudis_Golshevsky
If you would prefer to listen to the class on the phone, call:

New York: +1 (917) 338-1451

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When prompted, dial this code: 567669#
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A Breslov Approach to Pesach with Chaya Rivka Zwolinski
Monday, April 3
8 pm NY time

What is the Breslov approach to the customs, stringencies and laws of Pesach? How can we observe our cherished traditions and enjoy this beautiful Yom Tov, without being overly-stressed? We’ll discuss Rebbe Nachman’s approach to common issues facing women before and during Pesach. For women only.

Use this link now to log into your live class:
https://breslovcampus.clickwebinar.com/relationships-with-c-r-zwolinski

If you would prefer to listen to the class on the phone, call:

New York: +1 (917) 338-1451

For Other Countries: – See Global Access Numbers

When prompted, dial this code: 228877#
To View Using The Mobile App:

Currently available for iPhone – iPad – Android – BlackBerry

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2. Download the ClickMeeting Mobile App.

3. Login by using access code: Meeting ID: 318-967-614

Rebbe Nachman’s Pesach Treasury with Yossi Katz
Wednesday, April 5
8 pm NY time

Rebbe Nachman’s teachings on Pesach are rich in mystical and scholarly insights. In this class, we’ll explore the wealth of Pesach teachings which will bring spiritual opulence to your seder and throughout the Yom Tov.
Use this link to log into your live class: 

https://breslovcampus.clickwebinar.com/rebbe-nachman-s-elul

If you would prefer to listen to the class on the phone, call:

New York: +1 (917) 338-1451

For Other Countries: – See Global Access Numbers

When prompted, dial this code: 269283#
To View Using The Mobile App:

Currently available for iPhone – iPad – Android – BlackBerry

1 .Click on your device type above.

2. Download the ClickMeeting Mobile App.

3. Login by using access code: Meeting ID: 958-152-697

 

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Personalize Your Passover & Prepare For JOY

1355760_17767233-1024x680There is an amazing concept in Judaism, one which radically contradicts the spirit of a life based on the hard-won freedoms of the contemporary world, and which would be puzzling to most Westerners. That is, when a person performs a mitzva simply because it is commanded by God, the merit is greater than for one who performs a mitzvah out of other motives alone, even the kindness of their heart.

Ideally, we observe the halachos within their parameters*, not only because are we commanded to, but because we love God and His Torah so much we want to fulfill His will.

Then there is Pesach.

And then there is a Breslov Pesach.

Rebbe Nachman of Breslov said: “It is written that ever person should choose one observance and keep it very strictly with all its fine points…Even with this observance you should not be abnormally strict to the point of foolishness. Certainly, do not let it make you depressed. Simply keep all its finer points without fanaticism.”* Continue reading Personalize Your Passover & Prepare For JOY

Does Passover Have To Be Stressful?

1850ukr_pesahWhen I first learned to prepare for Passover, I was literally depressed by the time this most beautiful of holidays came around.

I followed a bunch of stringencies as I had been taught; secretly I likened the experience to being a slave in a modern version of Egypt, with no way out…until Passover had passed!

Yet, in my heart I knew: This is not the way Judaism was supposed to be.

Then I began to learn the teachings of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov. And everything changed.

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