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Breslov Torah for Women


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Breslov Torah for Women

Welcome! Here we’ll be linking you to Breslov teachings especially relevant to women.

A true, contemporary story about faith and fulfillment can really light up the soul. We look forward to sharing many! Here’s one told by R’ Nasan Maimon about a family in our community:

A Woman’s Tears

In his teaching “Mitzvah gedolah l’hiyos b’simcha tamid  – it’s a great commandment to always be happy” (Likutey Moharan II, 24) Rebbe Nachman explains the relationship between physical and spiritual health:

LM2 – Torah 24 – Mitzvah Gedolah – Part 1 of 2 – Rabbi Nasan Maimon

LM2 – Torah 24 – Mitzvah Gedolah – Part 2 of 2 – Rabbi Nasan Maimon

Living Breslov Chassidus at home:

VaYechi – Women and the Geulah (Clip)

And in the heart:

Rabbi Zvi Aryeh Rosenfeld z”l on Tznius/Modesty and Hair Covering

Having Faith in Oneself – Sichos HaRan – Paragraph 140

Raising Hashem’s Children:

Why are Tzitzis a Boy’s First Mitzvah? (Clip)

Keeping Kosher:

Tevilas Keilim (Mikveh Immersion of Dining and Food Preparation Utensils) – GUIDELINES

How to Bind the Lulav (Mrs. S. Wurtzel). This particular tradition was received from Rabbi Michel Dorfman z”l of the Breslov Yeshiva in Meah Shearim, Jerusalem. He received it from his teacher, Rabbi Avraham Sternhartz, a direct descendant of Rav Nasan of Nemirov.

Tikkun HaKlali

Posted on January 26, 2017

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.

The Kabbala of Food

Posted on November 3, 2016

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 »