Spiritual Growth

Spiritual Growth

EIGHT WAYS TO MAKE THE WORLD HAPPIER

"When you are happy, come what may, you are free. Your mind will be settled and you will understand things clearly. Try to turn your very depression and worry into joy. If you really set your mind to it you will find that even amidst the worst troubles and suffering there is an opening you can use to convert all the depression into joy." Read more...

A CLEAR HEAD

A clear head is one of the vital ingredients of success in any area. Following a few simple practices on a regular basis can bring about substantial increases in physical stamina and mental clarity, improved concentration, enhanced creativity, higher efficiency and productivity, and greater enjoyment of life. Read more...

UNDER THE TABLE & How to Get Up
Jewish Pathways of Spiritual Growth

Free online version of this compelling modern classic using Rabbi Nachman's famous parable of the Turkey-Prince as a framework to explain a spiritual pathway that includes faith, positive thinking, goal achievement, harnessing the power of words, caring for the body, breathing, meditation, prayer, song, dance, joy. and friendship. By Avraham Greenbaum Read more...


THE ESSENTIAL RABBI NACHMAN

Rabbi Nachman's inspiring teachings on all aspects of life andh his artlessly beautiful, witty and profoundly deep tales and parables are among the most priceless jewels of the Torah heritage with universal application to people of all backgrounds and beliefs. Newly translated from the original sources into the simplest possible language of today in order for Rabbi Nachman to speak to each one of us softly, clearly and directly, heart to heart. Translated by Avraham Greenbaum Read more...


SING YOUR SONG!

Rabbi Nachman of Breslov's teaching of Azamra -- "I will sing": Empowerment through good points. Read more

RABBI NACHMAN'S ADVICE

Online version of Rabbi Avraham Greenbaum's English translation of Likutey Etzot, a complete compendium of Rabbi Nachman's practical teachings on spiritual growth and devotion based on his lessons in Likutey Moharan as transcribed by his leading student, Rabbi Noson of Breslov. Read more