In this course, Rabbi Chaim Kramer will lead you on the journey of a lifetime as he teaches two fundamental lessons from the Chassidic masterpiece, Likutey Moharan.
Series: Likutey Moharan
Time: Sunday, 10:00 AM EST – 5:00 PM Israel Time
Date: January 11 – March 1 (8 weeks)
Text: Likutey Moharan I, 282; II, 12
In this course, Rabbi Chaim Kramer will lead on you the journey of a lifetime as he teaches two fundamental lessons from the Chassidic masterpiece, Likutey Moharan.
Students will have the privilege of learning with Reb Chaim Kramer. Reb Chaim has written an extensive 15 volume commentary on the first-ever, complete English/Hebrew Likutey Moharan. Learn how to use the deep wisdom contained in the Likutey Moharan as it applies to everyday life.
This semester we will study two of the most essential lessons of Likutey Moharan:
• LM I, 282 Azamra! (I will sing!)
Why does true happiness seem just out of reach? Rebbe Nachman shows us a new, yet ancient path of achieving joy and experiencing spiritual connection. The Rebbe teaches: “It is a great mitzvah to be happy always.” In Azamra!, he shows us how seeking and finding the good points in ourselves and others is the elusive key to fulfillment. Although Rebbe Nachman taught many great lessons, Azamra is unique in that Rebbe Nachman told us to carry it with us everywhere.
• LM II, 12 Ayeh (Where?)
Life can be a be a roller coaster, but even the lows have profound meaning and potential, if only we know how to master the depths. This is the theme of Rebbe Nachman’s Ayeh? (Where?), which helps us understand that what we’re truly searching for may be hidden in the challenges we face. The Rebbe shows us the path we must take to uncover Glory. The Rebbe reveals how each of us are capable of finding and connecting to God even in the most remote and far flung places and avenues of life.
Join us and be initiated into an experience beyond words: the lucid perception of Godliness that Rebbe Nachman wishes to share.
Although it is not necessary, the Breslov Research Institute has published a volume that explains and explores the lessons being taught in this course. It can be purchased with your student discount at 30% off the retail price. Click the following book titles to purchase Azamra! -Ayeh?, and use code at checkout: Brcampus30 . To use this or any other special discount code, visit the Breslov.org (BRI) online bookstore, paste the discount code in at check out and then click “apply changes.” We offer free shipping in the USA.
*As a valued student of Breslov Campus, you may use the following discount code to receive 10% off any of any Breslov Research Institute publication: breslovcampusstudent10
Sunday Morning, January 11th, 2015 at 10:00 AM EST
Text: Likutey Moharan II, Lesson 12 Ayeh – Where? (you may download the text here but this is not necessary.)
Sunday Morning, January 18th, 2015 at 10:00 AM EST
Sunday Morning, January 25th, 2015 at 10:00 AM EST
Sunday Morning, February 1st, 2015 at 10:00 AM EST
Sunday Morning, February 8th, 2015 at 10:00 AM EST
Week dedicated by Janet Davies, “May the gift of the words of Rebbe Nachman reach the hearts of those far and wide.”
Sunday Morning, February 15th, 2015 at 10:00 AM EST
Week dedicated by Shelli Berger in honor of Rabbi Yossi Katz and all his colleagues at the Breslov Institute. Thank you for making these learning opportunities possible. Blessings!
Sunday Morning, February 22nd, 2015 at 10:00 AM EST
Week dedicated by Kim Varner in honor of Rav Avraham Greenbaum of the Azamra Institute.