Scroll down to watch: Preparing for Rosh Hashana, connecting to Hashem, prayer, clapping for the King, crowning Hashem King, Yom Teruah, Shofar and a broken heart, the Machzor (the holiday “siddur”), Yom HaDin, judgment, Baal Shem Tov, Teshuvah, Rebbe Nachman’s Teshuvah, New Year’s Resolutions, positive/pure thoughts, looking for the nikudos tovos, Tzaddik, sweetening judgment, weep like a child, less talking, making a new beginning, starting over, and more. Have a Sweet New Year.
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.
<p><a href=”https://vimeo.com/216606195″>THE HEALING DANCE OF BODY AND SOUL, PART IV – Class 2</a> from <a href=”https://vimeo.com/breslovdotorg”>Breslov Research Institute</a> on <a href=”https://vimeo.com”>Vimeo</a>.</p>
This June 27* through July 2
The Breslov Research Institute & Breslov Campus
Invite You to Join
BRI’s 2nd Annual Uman Experience for Women
Chaya Rivka Zwolinski of BreslovCampus and BreslovWoman
All Inclusive Land Package Only $850
Email UmanWomen @ Breslov.org Today
This past Rosh Hashanah, tens of thousands of men from around the world gathered together in Uman, and forged deep connections with each other and the Tzaddik.
Now it’s your turn.
The BRI-BreslovCampus team is cordially inviting you to join an exclusive group of women on our Summer 2017 Women’s Uman Experience.
You’ll experience spiritual healing, blessings and heartfelt prayers by the gravesites of Rav Levi Yitzchak of Berditchev, the Baal Shem Tov in Mezhibuzh, Reb Noson in Breslov, and of course, Rebbe Nachman in Uman. Connect to Hashem in an uplifting hitbodedut workshop in Sofiefka Park where Rebbe Nachman himself once prayed and meditated. Find your inner light and make the positive approach of Breslov your own. Explore Jewish history in this complex region. Enjoy delicious food in comfortable surroundings. Experience a Shabbat of delight. Storm the Heavens with a powerful group Tikkun Haklali at the Rebbe’s tziyun. And return home spiritually renewed and refreshed.
Everyone’s welcome, including beginners.
What’s included in the special price of just $850?
- Visit the gravesites of Tzaddikim and experience the power of their spiritual legacy
- Guided tours, Hitbodedut workshop, activities, and group gatherings
- Delicious kosher meals, snacks, and beverages
- All ground transportation in Ukraine—bus meets us at the Kiev airport on June 28th
- Comfortable lodging (private room & luxury room supplements available)
- Additional guest speakers will be added if trip sells out like last year
*Leave from the USA/Canada June 27. Leave from Europe/Israel June 28. Please book before June 1st to get the $850 package price. Airfare not included in package price—we will gladly assist you in booking your flight. Luxury and/or private room supplement available for extra fee.
Call for questions or to reserve your space email Chaya Rivka Zwolinski at UmanWomen @ Breslov.org (include your phone number and we’ll call you.)
Don’t miss this spiritually rewarding opportunity! For the experience of a lifetime, one that will touch your heart and lift your soul, reserve your space today.
Looking forward to sharing a Joyful Uman Experience with you,
Yossi Katz, Chaya Rivka Zwolinski and the BRI-BreslovCampus Team
Here’s what some of the incredible women who joined us on the BRI Women’s Uman Experience visit to the gravesite of Rebbe Nachman and other Tzaddikim had to say:
The group dynamic was beautiful…quite unified, non-judgmental, and cohesive. It also felt like a giant hug.
Fonda Roth, Toronto
The first BRI women’s trip to Ukraine was simply incredible. I constantly said to Hashem, “If we had to go home now, it already would have been worthwhile,” and then an hour later, it had gotten even better. The whole journey was a constant dayenu.
Rachel Goldsmith, NYC
You absolutely nailed it. Accommodations, food, transport, and oh, yeah, kedusha too.
S. R., NYC
The trip was and still is a precious time.
Diana Korzenik, Boston
Thank you for the spiritual adventure of a lifetime.
Brenda Borenstein, Toronto
The Uman adventure was amazing, especially the feeling of unity and support for each other. I was doubtful that this cohesion was possible in such a large group – but it did happen, and it was a miracle! … among other miracles of this trip. Now it seems like a dream – but also a vision of a possibility of Jewish unity and togetherness in service to Hashem.
Rivka Weinstein, Maine
Amazing! Love all the new ideas coming forth from this trip.
Miriam Chava Kramer, Boston
Yom Kippur was almost over. The Baal Shem Tov’s pale face was tense, his voice hoarse from crying out to God. Every person in the congregation was agitated—something was upsetting their Rebbe. Continue reading Heart One: The Rooster
How can we get out of our bitter heaviness? How can we release our heavy hearts? What can we do when we’re paralyzed by indecision? How can we know which path to take—in career? Spirituality? Relationships?
Who do we connect to when we feel a lack of connection?
Who do we turn to when it seems like there is nowhere to turn?
The Torah teaches us to turn to Hashem and to turn to the Tzaddikim.
There are three stages of connection to the tzaddikim and by means of these three stages, everything is rectified. —Kitzur Likutey Moharan, 4
Stage One: Continue reading Getting Unstuck