There is a cyclical rhythm to the Days of Awe and the prayer services reflect this. Breslov texts (Likutey Moharan Likutey Halachot, and Sippurey Maasiot) offer us enriching insights into the deep meaning of the prayers we’ll be saying. Join Yehudis Golshevsky as she discusses how to maximize the High Holy Days.

Topics include:

  • Selichot and 13 Middot (Divine Forgiveness)– Love is always having to say you’re sorry!
  • Thirteen Attributes (Mercy)—A Deeper Look
  • Malchuyot (Majesty)—The Humble King
  • Ushpizin (Supernal Guests)—The Seven Beggars

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Course Audio/Video Archive


Sunday, 11:00 AM EST – 6:00 PM Israel Time


Sunday August 12 through September 2


Women Only, Intermediate through Advanced, Everyone Welcome


Yehudis Golshevsky


Likutey Moharan I:6; Likutey Moharan II:62; Tomer Devorah; The Humble King; The Seven Beggars; Likutey Halachot

August 12, 2018 - Class 1

August 19, 2018 - Class 2

August 26, 2018 - Class 3

September 2, 2018 - Class 4

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  1. ‫חנה סיגל‬‎ Reply

    Very well done. The parts on the passages from Slichot, especially the section on the attribute of mercy, has added to my appreciation of these prayers. Likewise, the story of the Seven Holy Beggars should add to our greeting the ushpizin at Succot.

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Yehudis Golshevsky

Yehudis in her own words: When I first began learning Rebbe Nachman’s teachings with my husband and other teachers, I felt as though I had come home to the personal and vital relationship with G-d that I’d always sought. Today, a large part of my inspiration comes from helping other Jewish women discover their own spiritual potential through the meaningful teachings of Breslov Chassidut.

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