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Breslov Day – Sunday, October 24th


October 24, 2021 11:30 am October 24, 2021 2:30 pm America/New_York Breslov Day – Sunday, October 24th

Breslov Day In honor of Reb Shlomo’s 27th Yahrzeit Sunday, October 24th 11:30 AM – 2:30 PM On Zoom Join renowned teachers of Breslov Chassidus, including Rabbi Chaim Kramer, Rabbi Shlomo Katz, and Chaya Rivka Zwolinski, for a half day of learning, inspirational Torah, stories, and song. Rabbi Naftali Citron will be the event MC. 11:30 AM: Rabbi Chaim Kramer 12:00 PM: Chaya Rivka Zwolinski 12:30 PM: Musical guest Aaron Hochstadter 1:00 PM: Rabbi Shlomo Katz Chaim Kramer is largely responsible for introducing Rebbe Nachman’s teachings to today’s generation. He is a sought-after lecturer on Rebbe Nachman’s teachings by English-speaking congregations around the world. Chaim has been the director of the Breslov Research Institute since its inception in 1979. BRI has been the main publishing-house for translations of classic and contemporary Breslov books. More than 100 titles are currently in print, in English, Hebrew, Russian, Spanish, French, and even Korean. Chaim himself, is the author of “Through Fire and Water”, “Crossing the Narrow Bridge”, “Anatomy of the Soul”, “This Land is My Land”, and many more titles, as well as annotating the entire 15 volume English Edition of Likutei MoHaRan. Chaya Rivka Zwolinski, author of May You Have a Day: Making Every Day Better with the Teachings of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov (BW). She is the leading teacher of Breslov wisdom for women in North America. She brings compassion and a deep understanding of psychospiritual trauma, transition and growth to her talks, classes and coaching. She’s lectured in community centers, synagogues, schools, and other venues, as well as online to students on six continents. Her popular, long-running courses include Kabbalah and the Mind-Body Connection, Mastering the Art of Relationship, Holy Self-Esteem, the Contemplative Writing workshop, and more. Her articles have appeared in Breslov Research Institute’s Breslov.org, PsychCentral.com, TabletMag.com, and many other venues, and she’s written and co-authored several books including and the Amazon best-seller, Mashiach: Hope for Turbulent Times (BW), Therapy Revolution: Find Help, Get Better and Move On (HCI) and The Parent Child Dance: A Guide to Help You Understand and Shape Your Child’s Behavior (Feldheim), and more. Currently, she’s working on the second book in the May You Have A Day series. Visit her website breslovwoman.org and join her for weekly classes and daily mini-lessons at WhatsApp – just text your name to 917-348-1573. Shlomo Katz received his rabbinical ordination at Yeshivat HaMivtar in Efrat under Rosh HaYeshiva, Rav Chaim Brovender. Shlomo has been invited as Scholar in Residence to university campuses and synagogues to teach Torah and give concerts, lead Melave Malkas and kumsitzim. He was the lead Baal Tefilah and spiritual guide in the Carlebach Minyan of Beth Jacob of Beverly Hills. Today, Shlomo serves as the Rabbi and spiritual leader of Cong. Shirat David in Efrat, where he teaches several Torah classes weekly on various topics. (Wikipedia) Zoom details will be sent 2-3 days before the event to everyone who registers. This event has been made possible by a contribution from Joy Fishman in memory of her son Jonathan Stampler. Co-sponsored by The Carlebach Minyan of Clifton/Passaic and by Chevra Ahavas Yisroel

Breslov Day
In honor of Reb Shlomo’s 27th Yahrzeit

Sunday, October 24th
11:30 AM – 2:30 PM
On Zoom

Join renowned teachers of Breslov Chassidus, including Rabbi Chaim Kramer, Rabbi Shlomo Katz, and Chaya Rivka Zwolinski, for a half day of learning, inspirational Torah, stories, and song. Rabbi Naftali Citron will be the event MC.

11:30 AM: Rabbi Chaim Kramer
12:00 PM: Chaya Rivka Zwolinski
12:30 PM: Musical guest Aaron Hochstadter
1:00 PM: Rabbi Shlomo Katz

Chaim Kramer is largely responsible for introducing Rebbe Nachman’s teachings to today’s generation. He is a sought-after lecturer on Rebbe Nachman’s teachings by English-speaking congregations around the world. Chaim has been the director of the Breslov Research Institute since its inception in 1979. BRI has been the main publishing-house for translations of classic and contemporary Breslov books. More than 100 titles are currently in print, in English, Hebrew, Russian, Spanish, French, and even Korean. Chaim himself, is the author of “Through Fire and Water”, “Crossing the Narrow Bridge”, “Anatomy of the Soul”, “This Land is My Land”, and many more titles, as well as annotating the entire 15 volume English Edition of Likutei MoHaRan.

Chaya Rivka Zwolinski, author of May You Have a Day: Making Every Day Better with the Teachings of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov (BW). She is the leading teacher of Breslov wisdom for women in North America. She brings compassion and a deep understanding of psychospiritual trauma, transition and growth to her talks, classes and coaching. She’s lectured in community centers, synagogues, schools, and other venues, as well as online to students on six continents. Her popular, long-running courses include Kabbalah and the Mind-Body Connection, Mastering the Art of Relationship, Holy Self-Esteem, the Contemplative Writing workshop, and more. Her articles have appeared in Breslov Research Institute’s Breslov.org, PsychCentral.com, TabletMag.com, and many other venues, and she’s written and co-authored several books including and the Amazon best-seller, Mashiach: Hope for Turbulent Times (BW), Therapy Revolution: Find Help, Get Better and Move On (HCI) and The Parent Child Dance: A Guide to Help You Understand and Shape Your Child’s Behavior (Feldheim), and more. Currently, she’s working on the second book in the May You Have A Day series. Visit her website breslovwoman.org and join her for weekly classes and daily mini-lessons at WhatsApp – just text your name to 917-348-1573.

Shlomo Katz received his rabbinical ordination at Yeshivat HaMivtar in Efrat under Rosh HaYeshiva, Rav Chaim Brovender. Shlomo has been invited as Scholar in Residence to university campuses and synagogues to teach Torah and give concerts, lead Melave Malkas and kumsitzim. He was the lead Baal Tefilah and spiritual guide in the Carlebach Minyan of Beth Jacob of Beverly Hills. Today, Shlomo serves as the Rabbi and spiritual leader of Cong. Shirat David in Efrat, where he teaches several Torah classes weekly on various topics. (Wikipedia)

Zoom details will be sent 2-3 days before the event to everyone who registers.

This event has been made possible by a contribution from Joy Fishman in memory of her son Jonathan Stampler.
Co-sponsored by The Carlebach Minyan of Clifton/Passaic and by Chevra Ahavas Yisroel