Welcome – here we’ll be linking you to shiurim that are especially pertinent to women.
For a true account of one woman’s simple faith and its powerful results:
True Faith Stories – Chapter 1: A Woman’s Tears. Speaker: Rabbi Nasan Maimon.
In his teaching “Mitzvah gedolah l’hiyos b’simcha tamid – it’s a great commandment to always be happy” (Torah 24 of Likutey Moharan 2) Rebbe Nachman explains some of the vital connections between physical and spiritual health.
Appreciating and activating your own infinite potential is an important aspect of emunah (faith).
For mothers: Why are Tzitzis a Boy’s First Mitzvah? (Clip)
A Measurement of Grain Simply counting the days between Pesach (Passover) and Shavuos renews the health and power of every Jewish soul. The word עמר – omer (ayin, mem, reish) – refers to the amount of barley or other grain that can be harvested with three strokes of a sickle or a scythe. We begin Continue Reading »
Right in the middle of Pesach cleaning we’re invited by the Creator of the Universe to forget about the cabinets and crumbs for a while and go for a pleasant walk in the great outdoors (remember what that is?). And so we interrupt our pursuit of breakfast cereal hidden in the weirdest places to search, Continue Reading »
Sichos HaRan (Rebbe Nachman’s Wisdom) Paragraph 141. Speaker: Rabbi Nasan Maimon. Traditionally, women also say these ten psalms every day, but they don’t recite the accompanying tefilah. The Ten Psalms of Rebbe Nachman’s Tikkun HaKlali are: 16, 32, 41, 42, 59, 77, 90, 105, 137, 150.
Developing a healthy relationship with food can be helped along by some of the most powerful yet hidden principles in the Torah. Here’s a section in the Likutey Halakhos where Rav Nasan explains how the Names of Hashem provide conduits for enjoying more nourishing, energizing meals. Text: Orach Chaim 1, Hashkamas HaBoker, Halakha 3, Paragraph Continue Reading »