Shortly before his passing in 1810, Rebbe Nachman of Breslov told his followers that his influence would long endure, saying, “My fire will burn until the Messiah comes.”

Centuries later, Jews of all persuasions have discovered the Rebbe’s philosophy to be a powerful natural bridge between ancient Jewish wisdom and modern-day self-development. The Rebbe’s teachings offer practical and achievable inner-growth, while conveying a spiritual vibrancy that provides strength and stability during difficult times.


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Rebbe Nachman’s teachings are profound and mystical, while at the same time practical and inspirational. They also cover almost every conceivable subject. The following is a suggested order of study.

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Breslov.org offers the following key features to help you live with Rebbe Nachman’s advice and achieve your personal best:

Pathways: A Newsletter on the Weekly Torah Reading

Sacred Time: Twice Weekly Inspirational Emails

Meir Elkabas’ “A Thought for the Week

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Breslov Siddur Update

Our work on the first ever English/Hebrew Breslov Siddur is just about complete!  B’Ezrat HaShem, by Tish’a B’Av, we expect to be ready for print. We thank our many friends and supporters who made this possible. During the course of...

Azamra: The Mountain & The Secret,

Instant Azamra In the previous post, we said that it’s important to understand the concept of Azamra and how following this practice empowers us and brings us to joy, and why joy is so important. In a nutshell: 1. Look for the good points in...

Out To The Field – Poison Ivy

Continued from last week here: Likutey Moharan I:282 - Week 5 Ok, when is this Azamra lesson going to start kicking in already? I have been trying to apply the Rebbe’s words for weeks now and haven’t really seen any tangible improvement. In...

Hopefully Patient

A Sacred Time – Tammuz #6 The tribe associated with the month of Tammuz is Reuven. The Midrash explains that Reuven is a contraction for r’eu ven, and the Chassidic writings reveal that this conveys a powerful message: “perceive [r’eu] that...

Pathways: Parashat Matot

“Pathways” is a weekly Torah publication exploring the festivals and parsha, published by BRI. To receive “Pathways” delivered straight to your email box, simply use the sign-up form on the right column of breslov.org. Download...

Hope & Joy

Azamra: The Mountain & The Secret,

Instant Azamra In the previous post, we said that it’s important to understand the concept of Azamra and how following this practice empowers us and brings us to joy, and why joy is so important. In a nutshell: 1. Look for the good points in...

Meditation & Inner Growth

Out To The Field – Poison Ivy

Continued from last week here: Likutey Moharan I:282 - Week 5 Ok, when is this Azamra lesson going to start kicking in already? I have been trying to apply the Rebbe’s words for weeks now and haven’t really seen any tangible improvement. In...

Rebbe Nachman's Wisdom

Azamra: The Mountain & The Secret,

Instant Azamra In the previous post, we said that it’s important to understand the concept of Azamra and how following this practice empowers us and brings us to joy, and why joy is so important. In a nutshell: 1. Look for the good points in...

Out To The Field – Poison Ivy

Continued from last week here: Likutey Moharan I:282 - Week 5 Ok, when is this Azamra lesson going to start kicking in already? I have been trying to apply the Rebbe’s words for weeks now and haven’t really seen any tangible improvement. In...

Rebbe Nachman & You

Hopefully Patient

A Sacred Time – Tammuz #6 The tribe associated with the month of Tammuz is Reuven. The Midrash explains that Reuven is a contraction for r’eu ven, and the Chassidic writings reveal that this conveys a powerful message: “perceive [r’eu] that...

Between The Hardships

A Sacred Time – Tammuz #5 “All of her pursuers caught her between the straits.” The seventeenth of Tammuz is the beginning of a difficult three-week period for the Jewish people that only ends after the ninth of Av. The walls of Jerusalem were...

News

Breslov Siddur Update

Our work on the first ever English/Hebrew Breslov Siddur is just about complete!  B’Ezrat HaShem, by Tish’a B’Av, we expect to be ready for print. We thank our many friends and supporters who made this possible. During the course of...

Breslov 101

Q: Freeing The Lost Princess

Q: I read the story and then remembered having tried to tackle it before in the BRI book, ‘Rabbi Nachman’s Stories’. I had little success understanding the message except allegorically. The ending of ‘no end’, is totally...

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