Category: Advice: Rabbi Nachman

The great-grandson of the Baal Shem Tov, Rabbi Nachman of Breslov (sometimes called Bratzlav, Breslau or Bratislava) was one of the most creative, influential and profound of the Chassidic masters and the founder of the Breslover Chasidic sect. Breslov is a town in the Ukraine where Rabbi Nachman spent the end of his life, but some say the name Breslov comes from the Hebrew bris lev, meaning “covenant of the heart.”

The Midnight Prayer

1) How precious it is to rise at midnight in order to pray and meditate and study Torah. Try to make it a regular practice. Then you will be worthy of succeeding in the...

Children: Rabbi Nachman

1) Intense prayer is a segulah for having children. The same is true of the mitzvah of Succah and the Land of Israel. These three concepts are all connected with one another (48). 2)...

Simplicity: Rabbi Nachman

Rabbi Nachman provides wonderful insight into subject of holiness and spiritual connection through simplicity. 1) To take on the yoke of Heaven we must abandon all of our own sophisticated ideas and walk in...

Obstacles: Rabbi Nachman

1) All the barriers and obstacles which confront a person have only one purpose: to heighten his yearning for the holy deed which he needs to accomplish. It is part of man’s nature that...

Encouragement: Rabbi Nachmen

In this chapter Encouragement of Rabbi Nachamn’s Likutey Etzot [Advice] he explains how all can draw close to God and be encouraged by His loving kindness. 1) To return to God one must be expert...

Shabbat: Rabbi Nachman

ADVICE from RABBI NACHMAN Online English translation of Likutey Etzot A compendium of Rabbi Nachman’s practical teachings on spiritual growth and devotion. © AZAMRA INSTITUTE 5766 / 2006 1) The custom of washing in hot...

Meditation Prayer

Connect to the heart of God through Meditation and prayer 1) To taste the hidden light of Torah — the secrets which will be revealed in time to come — you should seclude yourself...

Honor: Rabbi Nachman

Rabbi Nachman teaches in “Advice”, that one can receive honor from God when he does not seek the honor of man. Discover these practical steps of Torah wisdom from Rabbi Nachman. 1) People should...

Modesty: Rabbi Nachman

Developing modesty in ones life is the key to connecting to the loving kindness of God.  Rabbi Nachman in his writing of Likutey Etzot shares the different components of modesty and how it in applied. 1) One should...

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