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Rabbi Nachman of Breslov explains why, when we say the blessing before eating bread, we emphasize the pronunciation of the letter “hey” in the word “hamotzi“. This calls to mind the five types of grains for which Eretz Yisrael (the Land of Israel) is praised, and the letter “hey” that was added to the name Continue Reading »
How to “use the blues” and tap into the special power of tefilos (prayers) said from a low state of mind as Dovid HaMelech (King David) teaches, “Truth will sprout from the earth…” (Tehillim/Psalms 85:11). Text: Likutey Halakhos, Orach Chaim 3, Chanukah 6 – Para. 3. Praying When You Feel Down. Speaker: Rabbi Nasan Maimon. http://breslovtorah.com/media/topics-two-minute/clip-oc3-lesson-212-chanukah-6-para-3-truth-will-sprout-from-the-earth.mp3Podcast: Continue Reading »
Before the Torah was given, Hashem healed every member of Israel from any illness. It was a time of infinite Divine kindness and that opportune moment returns to each one of us, in potential, every year. Shavuos – Holiday of Healing and Hope. Speaker: Rabbi Nasan Maimon. http://breslovtorah.com/media/courses/calendar/03-sivan/cal-03-sivan-shavuos-holiday-of-healing-and-hope-clip-from-rnm-ps-34-bemidbar-5773.mp3Podcast: Download (Duration: 10:28 — 4.8MB)
The spiritual purification achieved by mikveh (ritual immersion) and by counting the Omer is an experience of profound renewal. Text: Likutey Halakhos, Orach Chaim 1, Hilkhos Birkhas HaShachar 5:41. Speaker: Rabbi Nasan Maimon. Photo: Seashore at Netanya, Eretz Yisrael. http://breslovtorah.com/media/parsha/rnm-ps-30-kedoshim-mikveh-omer-rabbi-yosef-chaim-sonnenfeld-lh1-birkhas-hashachar-5-41-excerpts-vid-soundtrack-vox-only.mp3Podcast: Download (Duration: 4:14 — 3.9MB)