Talking loudly and quickly can increase agitation. Simple behavior changes, such as trying to…
Lesson 66 is the longest and one of the most intricate lessons in the first part of Likutey Moharan. Rebbe Nachman taught it in several stages, and touched on numerous themes, including, but not limited to the Tzaddik and his spirit; how to actuate potential; mitigating wrath and livelihood; truth, perfected speech and praying honestly; the downfall of the wicked; overcoming obstacles to one’s spiritual goals and so much more.
Jerusalem-based BreslovCampus teacher, Reb Meir Elkabas, brings this complex but essential teaching of Rebbe Nachman to life.
In the Kabbalistic teaching on Creation, God put so much immense light in the vessels of Creation, that the vessels shattered. Our job now is to gather in the holy sparks of the shattered vessels, scattered throughout Creation. Meir Elkabas explains how.
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This week Rabbi Chaim Kramer discusses Hoshana Rabah, Shemini Atzeret, and Simchat Torah according to Rebbe Nachman. Reb Chaim explains the difference between Hoshana Rabah, a day of speech without the attainment of great knowledge and Simchat Torah, a day of speech which has attained great knowledge. He talks about faith, knowledge, Hoshana Rabah which is the final day of judgment of Yom Kippur, teshuvah (repentance), decrees, sacrifice of the 70 oxen, achdut (unity) of the Jewish people, and ends with a special blessing for each of us.
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Banter, babble or blab—today, talk is cheap.
We text, we post, we blog, but do we really understand the incredible power of our words?
Using Rebbe Nachman’s Advice (Likutey Eitzot) as our guide, we’ll discuss the potential pitfalls and the tremendous spiritual opportunities we have every time we open our mouths to speak.