Broadcasting live from Jerusalem, Miami & NYC, join eight of the world’s best Breslov teachers and performers for an evening of inspiration, transformational wisdom and song.
On Wednesday, June 3rd at 8:00 PM EST, for the first time ever, the Breslov Research Institute (BRI) will host an incredible live life-changing virtual seminar featuring:
- Rav Moshe Weinberger, Rabbi of Aish Kodesh and the premier English teacher of Chassidut
- Rabbi Chaim Kramer, founder of the Breslov Research Institute, prolific author, world-renowned scholar
- Reb Gedale Fenster, entrepreneur and motivational speaker, founder and CEO of the People’s Insurance Claim Center and Evolutions Treatment Center
- Rabbi Jonathan Rietti, son of the famous British actor and director Robert Rietti, a popular lecturer and educator.
- Rabbi Leibish Hundert, former Rabbi of McGill University’s “Ghetto Shul”, Rosh Yeshiva of Simchat Shlomo and musician
- Rabbi Yossi Katz, executive director of the Breslov Research Insitute, author of “The Rebbe’s Shabbos Table”
- Reb Joey Newcomb, talented singer & muscian
- Reb Shimmy Fried, Chazan of Kabbalat Shabbat in the Uman Rosh HaShanah Kloyz
Purchase a donation ticket of at least $100 and receive a free* 3 book introductory set of Rebbe Nachman’s teachings valued at $50 including:
- Hidden Treasures-Realize your potential according to the Kabbalah and Rebbe Nachman’s teachings ($16)
- Rebbe Nachman and You–Let the wisdom of Rebbe Nachman change your life ($15)
- Where Earth and Heaven Kiss-A Guide to Chassidic Meditation/Hitbodedut ($19)
For over 40 years, BRI (a non-for-profit charity) has been the primary source of access for Rebbe Nachman’s teaching. By participating in this seminar, not only will you gain immensely, but you will also support their work which has enriched the lives of tens of thousands around the world. Your ticket amount is recognized as tax-deductible donation in the USA** and will help thousands of more people study and discover Rebbe Nachman’s life-changing wisdom!
*Outside of the US, donor must pay the shipping **As per the US tax code, the book printing cost will be deducted from your tax receipt