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The Tzaddik and You

by Meir Elkabas

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For some, the idea of the Tzaddik can be challenging to understand. But the concept of the Tzaddik, a righteous individual and the shepherd of the Jewish people, is one that is rooted in Torah Judaism, perhaps most recognizably in the beloved figure of Moses, our humble but great leader and teacher.

Rebbe Nachman of Breslov understood and emphasized the importance of connecting to the Tzaddikim of the generation, the special individuals who are able to elevate each prayer to its proper place.

In this six-part course, we’ll discuss the spiritual and practical meaning of the Tzaddik, using Advice (Likutey Eitzot) as our guide. Join us and learn about a powerful key concept in Breslov Chasidut, one that is vitally important to the Jewish nation as well as to each individual.

We’ll discover:

  • What it means to “bind” oneself to the Tzaddikim of the generation
  • The hiskashrus prayer
  • How we should view disagreements between Tzaddikim
  • Following the advice of the Tzaddik
  • How we can connect to the Tzaddik today
  • Sighing and the Tzaddik
  • Eliminating harsh judgments and obstacles
  • True love and awe of God
  • Soul roots
  • Why we travel to the Tzaddik
  • And more

How to participate:

Use this link now to log into your live class or save it to log into the course in the future:


If you would prefer to listen to the class on the phone, call:

New York: +1 (917) 338-1451

For Other Countries: – See Global Access Numbers

When prompted, dial this code: 912557#

Currently available for iPhone – iPad – Android – BlackBerry

  1. Click on your device type above.
  2. Download the ClickMeeting Mobile App.
  3. Login by using access code: Meeting ID: 463-852-658


Class 1 Sunday, November 20th, 2016

Class 2 Sunday, November 27th, 2016

Class 3 Sunday, December 5th, 2016

Class 4 Sunday, December 11th, 2016

Class 5 Sunday, December 18th, 2016


Sunday, 10:00 AM EST – 5:00 PM Israel Time


Sunday, Nov. 20th to Dec. 25th, 2016 (6 weeks)


Beginner through Advanced


Meir Elkabas


Advice (Likutey Eitzot).

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