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Angry? Rebbe Nachman’s Path to Tranquility

by Chaya Rivka Zwolinski

What is holding you back from experiencing joy? Are you just not as happy as you’d like to be? One block to feeling good about your life and good about yourself is anger. Anger triggers the body’s ‘fight or flight’ response, too and floods the body with stress hormones like adrenaline and cortisol. We know that this causes many health problems like digestive problems and worse. Not only is anger toxic to your body, but it also is debilitating to the soul. If anger isn’t managed and worked through, it can lead to anxiety and depression.

Rebbe Nachman of Breslov teaches how anger is at the root of the spiritual maladies which can wreak havoc in our lives. He teaches that anger can even cause you to lose money! Whatever the problem is, there is hope. In Angry? Rebbe Nachman’s Path to Tranquility Chaya Rivka Zwolinski will share insights from Rebbe Nachman’s lessons and stories which will help you understand yourself better as you work through anger towards a calmer you. There will be plenty of time for questions, answers and discussion.

Topics include:

  • What? Me Angry?
  • Sweetening Anger
  • Is Anger an Insult To Your Intelligence?
  • Peace, Love & Understanding
  • Protecting Your Money
  • The Sophisticate’s Arrogance and Anger
  • Tranquility and Eretz Yisrael

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Monday, 8:30 PM EST, 5:30 PM PT


Monday, January 21 through March 11 (No class February 25)


Women Only, Beginners and Everyone Welcome


Chaya Rivka Zwolinski


Likutey Moharan 57, Rabbi Nachman’s Stories, and various Breslov texts

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