Rebbe Nachman of Breslov taught… There is a natural tendency to seek conflict and…
In this special course for women, Breslov Every Day, Rebbetzin Yehudis Golshevsky will discuss Rabbi Yitzchok Breiter’s (1876-1943) short book, Seder Yom (A Day In The Life Of A Breslover Chassid, BRI English Translation.) Rabbi Breiter was a respected Hasidic leader in the Warsaw Ghetto, and a Breslover who made Rebbe Nachman’s teachings a practical reality. You’ll learn this classic work with particular attention to the aspects of Divine service that speak to our lives as women.
Binding yourself to the Tzaddik
Make a reckoning (taking stock at the end of the day)
Getting up in the morning
Learning Rebbe Nachman’s books
Love of friends
And much more…
In Cheshvan, when “our lips are still merachshevan (fluttering) from the tefillos of the yomim noraim” it’s good to renew our connection to prayer. Last semester’s course on the prayers for the Yomim Tovim are now followed by this special course on our daily prayers, just for women, with Yehudis Golshevsky.
How can we bring more to our tefillot of Shacharit, Minchah, and Maariv? Using Likutey Moharan as our guide, this course will help you uncover the deeper meanings of prayer and encourage you to invest more energy into davening from your siddur.
The order of the prayers and encountering Hashem.
Preparation for prayer: finding focus and expressing the truth, and simplicity.
The Four Worlds of Shacharit: Asiyah–Korbanot and Berachot
Yetzirah: Pesukei d’Zimra
Beriyah: Shma and its blessings
Atzilus: Shemona Esrei
Mincha and Maariv