The following information is provided via www.carlebachshul.org where you can register for this great event. We are happy to announce that members of the Breslov Research Institute will be on hand with our publications for sale. See you there!
Sunday, March 10, 2013
Registration – 9:30 AM
Breakfast – 10:00 AM
Program will be over at 1:30 PM
Rabbi Nachman of Breslov,
healer of broken spirits and master of joy.
Join 4 master teachers in a day that will help you experience life from a new perspective:
Rabbi Naftali Citron
Rabbi Sammy Intrator
Rabbi Avraham Sutton
Just Added: Rabbi Shlomo Katz
$25 advance, if reserved ONLINE ONLY before Thursday, 3/7 at 5:00 PM (reserve below)
Overcoming Sadness and Embracing Your Life
Rabbi Naftali Citron sees the work of Rabbi Nachman as medicine for sadness. Rabbi Nachman’s power lies not only on his ability to connect all parts of the torah to each other, but also in his deep understanding of the darkness that invades our life with enlightened antidotes to transforming your inner exile into freedom and light.
Rabbi Naftali Citron has been the rabbi of The Carlebach Shul since 2003. Reb Naftali’s approach to Judaism is infused with a joyful spirituality in the service of G-d inspired by the legacy of his late grandfather, Reb Eli Chaim Carlebach, zt”l, and his late great-uncle, Reb Shlomo Carlebach, zt”l. Reb Naftali has studied extensively the works of the great Chassidic masters as well as the traditional Jewish philosophical works.
Rabbi Nachman on Peace
Rabbi Sammy Intrator will explore Rabbi Nachman’s teachings on how to make peace in this world an actual reality. Rabbi Nachman talks about peace between individuals and countries, understanding that the micro and the macro are interconnected more than we are aware of. Rabbi Nachman’s keen insights into the spiritual psychology of anger, hatred, love and compassion will help us envision the steps that need to take place on an inner and outer level for the world to move to a place of peace.
Rabbi Sammy Intrator was a “top” talmid of Reb Shlomo, z”l, and his manager for many years. From 1991-1994 he held the position of Assistant Rabbi at the Shul and after the passing of Reb Shlomo, assumed the position of Rabbi of the Carlebach Shul until 2000. Reb Sammy currently holds a pulpit in Miami Beach and heads the Kavanah Life Institute, which is dedicated to infusing meaning in prayer.
Discovering Your Point of Goodness
Rabbi Avraham Sutton will share the famous teaching known as “Azamra” that helps us become aware of the many points of goodness that are within. Rabbi Sutton will also be weaving in concepts from his new book on spiritual technology, as well as allowing people an early peek into an upcoming publication of the Breslov siddur and commentary.
Rabbi Avraham Sutton is an Orthodox Torah mentor, teacher, and author. For over 30 years he has been learning and teaching prophetic Torah, kabbalah, talmud, midrash, chassidut, prayer and meditation, and sacred song. He has translated, edited and/or authored over 20 major works in English on the deeper significance of Torah for our age.
Teachings of Rabbi Nachman on Passover
Rabbi Shlomo Katz will speak on the teachings of Rabbi Nachman on Passover.
Rabbi Shlomo Katz is a prolific composer of music, both solo and in collaboration with many other Jewish music superstars. Shlomo has been an integral part of building the “Shlomo Carlebach Legacy Trust,” which has been working to preserve, to publish, and to distribute the legacy of Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach as a Jewish national treasure.