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R. Nachman of Breslov

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Initially, the king and queen thought he was kidding. However, when the prince began to spend his days and nights in the chicken coop, his parents knew that serious trouble was afoot...
Destructive confidence, cold intimacy, unhealthy submission, wild ambition, sly compassion, brutal rejection, frozen love, perverted intelligence, a locked mind, and the death of identity—the Ten Sefirot, corrupted as the Ten Plagues, to be rectified as t...
1810
Passing of the famed Chassidic rebbe, Rabbi Nachman of Breslov, Ukraine (1772-1810). A great-grandson of the Baal Shem Tov, he championed a unique path of divine service that entails simplicity, joy, and solitude. He left no successor, but his teachings r...
Breslov A New Interpretation
A new interpretation of the "lost princess" motif in the teachings of Rabbi Nachman of Breslov, grandson of the Baal Shem Tov. Oxford theology student, Joshua Felberg, argues against popular academic opinion that Rabbi Nachman's lost princess story is not...
How would life be if we simply explained its occurrences in a positive way?
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