Breslov Kabbalah: Part 7 – The Shattering Of The Vessels
Mar28

Breslov Kabbalah: Part 7 – The Shattering Of The Vessels

In Part Seven of Breslov Kabbalah, we explore the act of the shattering of the vessels containing Holy light and how this teaches us to “redesign” our thought processes in order to tackle what lies ahead. As the next stage in Creation, God formed Ten Sefirot to act as channels or filters to convey Hishates Light and Bounty. These Ten Sefirot were necessary tools in His plan, for without them, God’s Infinite Light would have...

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Breslov Kabbalah: Part 6 – The Vacated Space
Mar14

Breslov Kabbalah: Part 6 – The Vacated Space

In Part Six of Breslov Kabbalah, we explore the idea of the world being devoid of Godliness, since God contracted Himself from that space to “make room” for the Creation. Following the creation of the first Tzimtzum, God continued to withdraw His presence and expand the size of the Vacated Space. Within that Vacated Space He proceeded to create, form and make the various worlds, of which there are five: Adam Kadmon (Primordial...

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Breslov Kabbalah: Part 5 – TzimTzum / Constriction
Feb28

Breslov Kabbalah: Part 5 – TzimTzum / Constriction

In Part Five of Breslov Kabbalah, we explore how God created the Universe and how this empowers our creative ability.  Before we expound on the following principles of the Kabbalah, we must recall the most important advisory issued by the Kabbalists: We must never attribute any physical form or shape either to God or to the spiritual worlds. All the anthropomorphic terminology mentioned in the Kabbalah is only employed to bring...

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Breslov Kabbalah: Part 4 – The Inner Workings of Creation
Feb21

Breslov Kabbalah: Part 4 – The Inner Workings of Creation

In Part Four of Breslov Kabbalah, we explore the inner workings of the universe and how to tap into their awesome power.  IN THE BEGINNING: FIRST  THOUGHT To understand the inner workings of the universe and tap into their awesome power, we must go back to the beginning, to Creation. The Torah, which starts “in the beginning,” is our authoritative guide to what happened during the Seven Days of Creation. What...

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Breslov Kabbalah: Part 3 – THE TOOLS
Feb16

Breslov Kabbalah: Part 3 – THE TOOLS

In Part Three of Breslov Kabbalah, we explore the tools that we have received that will allow us to discover our inner potential.  Accessing the Kabbalah Notwithstanding the power of the Kabbalah, which contains the mysteries of Creation—indeed, of life itself—how can the average person find the answers he seeks in its study? Even a superficial study of the Kabbalah shows that most of its texts speak of God’s Names and their...

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Breslov Kabbalah: THE TOOLS Part 1 of 2
Feb15

Breslov Kabbalah: THE TOOLS Part 1 of 2

In Part Three of Breslov Kabbalah, we explore the tools that we have received that will allow us to discover our inner potential. Knowing that we have potential is one thing. Being able to develop it is the next step. Just as precious metals like gold and diamonds must be extracted from the earth with specialized tools, we need proper tools to “mine” our depths in order to develop our potential. What are those tools? In the biblical...

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Breslov Kabbalah: Part 2 -THE POWER OF POTENTIAL
Feb09

Breslov Kabbalah: Part 2 -THE POWER OF POTENTIAL

In Part Two of Breslov Kabbalah, we explore the concept of  potential and learn how to apply it to our everyday lives. Everyone has potential. Enormous potential. When we develop our potential, we can transform it into great deeds and accomplishments. We can live a life of contentment. Our days will be filled with substance. Work, leisure time and all our daily routines can take on meaningful expression. What exactly is our potential?...

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The Breslov Kabbalah Series: Part 1 – Intro
Jan31

The Breslov Kabbalah Series: Part 1 – Intro

Rebbe Nachman once said: “I will take you on a new path—a path that has never before existed. It is indeed an ancient path. Yet it is completely new” (Tzaddik #264). The path that Rebbe Nachman revealed to his followers at the turn of the nineteenth century is just as applicable—if not more so—to those of us living in the twenty-first century. Now as then, people are confronted with so many challenges and obstacles to living the kind...

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