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
Faith and truth are a shining face. They are joy and life. They are the gateway to length of days.
But, falsehood shortens the days of a person’s life. Falsehood is death and idolatry, a dark face.
—Likutey Eitzos, Collection of Rebbe Nachman’s Advice Compiled by Reb Nosson
Immersing yourself in the deeply-true teachings of Breslov Chassidus is life-changing. Want more? Have a conversation* with Hashem about the particular lesson you’re learning—it can bring you to a higher level of awareness and joy.
But, in order to really apply what you are learning to your life, you must be honest about the truths you are learning. It also helps to be honest about yourself.
Is it worth it? Continue reading Truth And Joy Vs. Esau’s Yes-Man
The main way to get yishuv hadaas, a settled mind, is by being happy. —Rebbe Nachman of Breslov (Likutey Moharan II, 10)
Rebbe Nachman tells us that when we are happy and we are able to control our thoughts and therefore achieve a calm, centered mind, we are able to think about the important things in life, especially life’s ultimate purpose.
He explains that joy gives us real freedom and that a joyous mind is essential to being a truly free person, one who is not in exile. Continue reading Achieve Peace Of Mind And Happiness
Are you feeling disconnected, under pressure?
Do you wish you had someone to talk to, to really talk to?
A best-friend who helps you figure out who you are, who you want to be, and how to get there? Someone who always has your best interests at heart? Continue reading Jewish Meditation Class In Brooklyn
We’re warming up for Purim with some Joy-filled Chassidic teachings* from Rebbe Nachman of Breslov—and a smattering of Chassidic teachings from Chabad-Lubavitch, too!
Joy is the Radiant Countenance! Joy is Truth! Joy is Emuna (Faith)!
Try to be as happy as you possibly can. Search for your good points in order to make yourself happy.
Hearing the music of one who is truly in awe of God, can help you be happy.
Music and joy can help you pour out your words like water before God. (Creating within yourself a state of constant happiness is the key to achieving true meditation and true prayer.)
A person who is always happy, succeeds. Continue reading Breslov Joy For Women
To attain true peace, a person must be willing to always judge his or her fellow favorably. He must learn to find good in others and to overlook the bad.
And, even when the other person says or does something against him, he must search for the good, or accept that the other harbored no evil intentions against him.
—Kitzur Likutey Moharan, Lesson 33
We all have the occasional rocky relationship. But if we seem to be constantly dogged by difficult people, it may be time to turn inwards.
Relationships can be our most faithful teachers and can reveal to us our authentic self. They do this by being our mirrors—in the reflection of contentious relationships we are able to see our own inner conflicts.
Warning: Objects In Mirror Are Closer Than They Appear.
On the most basic level, when we look into the face of our friends and colleagues, we see ourselves. Continue reading How To Deal With Difficult People