May 7, 2013Blog Archives
Advanced Likutey Moharan Shiur given in Lakewood, NJ about Shavuot. Date: 5/5/2013
Meir Elkabas: Tikun HaKlali from Breslov Research Institute on Vimeo.
Dancing at the NYC Siyum Likutey Moharan from Breslov Research Institute on Vimeo.
On Sunday evening Oct. 28, the Breslov Research Institute (BRI) will host a gala Grand Siyum Dinner at Terrace on the Park to mark the long-awaited completion of the English edition of the Likutey Moharan, the compendium of teachings by Rebbe Nachman of Breslov. Work on the fifteen-volume project, representing over 6,500 pages of translation … Continue Reading
I feel like I’ve been through an inferno after spending all that time reading Rabeinu’s words, what does he mean, how do I apply his concepts, without estranging myself from, myself, society, from the world even from my loved ones. If you ever feel that the Rebbe’s words are putting you through an inferno, then … Continue Reading
Help complete the Likutey Moharan!
Apropos of Sukkot, an abridged rendition of Likutey Moharan II, Lesson #81 When a person cheers himself with the joy of mitzvah, and the joy is so great that it reaches down to his feet—i.e., he dances for joy—this concept is called “we will bring home a heart of wisdom” (Psalms 90:12). The feet are … Continue Reading
Dvar Torah for Sukkot Feed Your Head You’re probably familiar with the expression “a way to a man’s heart is through his stomach.” That was told to young women of bygone generations to encourage them to learn how to cook well so that could “catch” a man. Well, Rebbe Nachman teaches, the same is true … Continue Reading
Dvar Torah for Parshat Netzavim-VaYelekh Bouncing Back—and Forward “You are standing here today… (Deuteronomy 29:9). Rashi comments: “Like ‘today’ which is, which gets dark and which shines, [God] has shone on you in the past and will shine on you in the future. The curses and the suffering [of Deuteronomy 28] maintain and sustain you.* … Continue Reading
The following is from the forthcoming volume of Breslov Research’s translation of Likutey Moharan. which, with God’s help, will see the light of day before Pesach 5771. Translated by Moshe Mykoff, annotated by Chaim Kramer and edited by yours truly. Those big numbers that show up here and there are footnote markers. I apologize for … Continue Reading