Wings of the Sun: Judaism has its own distinctive approach to healing, giving pride of place to the health of the soul. Rooted in the Bible, Talmud and Kabbalah, this tradition finds its fullest expression in the teachings of the outstanding luminary, Rebbe Nachman of Breslov (1772-1810). The Wings of the Sun is a clear, informative study of Rebbe Nachman's teachings on healing, providing sound yet easily understood explanations of profound kabbalistic concepts, and offering a wealth of practical guidance for those facing illness or caring for the sick. Topics include: Healing in the Bible & Talmud, The (Maimonides) on Health, The Baal Shem Tov as a Healer, View of the Human Body, The Ten Pulses, The Ten Kinds of Song/Translations of Rebbe Nachman's teachings on healing with full commentary/ & , Diet & Exercise, How to Keep Healthy, Common Medical Problems, Facing Serious Illness, and Recovery. Author: Avraham Greenbaum
MASHIACH: WHO? WHAT? WHY? HOW? WHERE? WHEN?
by Chaim Kramer
Who is Mashiach? What type of person will he be? What leadership qualities will he possess? What will life be like after he comes? What is Mashiach's mission? What must he do to bring the world to perfection? How will he achieve it? When is he coming? This book provides full and satisfying answers to these and many more questions. The entire book is soundly based on teachings about Mashiach in the , Talmud, and , together with insighs from the writings of Rebbe Nachman.
Crossing the Narrow Bridge:
A Practical Guide to Rebbe Nachman's Teachings
by Chaim Kramer; edited by Moshe Mykoff
Rebbe Nachman said, "The world is a very narrow bridge. The main thing is not be afraid" (Likutey Moharan II, #48). Lively, down-to-earth and easy to read, this book gives clear, detailed guidance as how to apply Rebbe Nachman's teachings in modern everyday life. Subjects covered range from faith, truth, joy and meditation to earning a living, health-care and bringing up . Containing a wealth of anecdotes from the lives of leading Breslover Chassidim of recent times, together with their oral teachings, this works answers many of the practical questions that puzzle those who have begun to make their acquaintance with Breslov.
Size 5.5"x8.5" 452 pages. Appendices. Hardback. ISBN 0-930213-40-8
Under the Table & How to Get Up Jewish Pathways of Spiritual Growth by Avraham Greenbaum - "The king's son had gone crazy. He thought he was a turkey. He felt he had to sit naked under the table and eat crumbs. None of the doctors could do anything for him… Until a mysterious Wise Man appeared, sat down right next to the Prince, and cured him in a simple and highly original way."
Rebbe Nachman of Breslov was the great-grandson of Rebbe Yisrael, the Baal Shem Tov—Master of the Good Name— founder of the Chassidic movement. Rebbe Nachman was born in 1772 (1 Nisan 5532) in the Ukrainian town of Medzeboz. He grew to be an outstanding tzaddik (saint), Torah sage, teacher and Chassidic master. During his lifetime he attracted a devoted following of chassidim who looked to him as their prime source of spiritual guidance in their quest for God, as the 'Rebbe.’ From the autumn of 1802 until the spring of 1810 Rebbe Nachman lived in Breslov, Ukraine. He then moved to Uman where he passed away from tuberculosis six months later (18 Tishrei 5571), at the age of thirty-eight. He is buried there till today.
RABBI NACHMAN'S STORIES
The Sages always told stories to convey some of the deepest secrets about God and His relation to the creation. Rebbe Nachman developed this ancient method to perfection. More elaborate than any of his other teachings, his stories are fast-moving, richly structured and filled with penetrating insights -- while spellbinding and entertaining. Rabbi Kaplan's translation is accompanied by a masterful commentary drawn from the works of Rebbe Nachman's pupils. Nowhere else does the English-speaking reader have access to the authentic interpretations of the stories.
RABBI NACHMAN'S WISDOM
Edited by Rabbi Zvi Aryeh Rosenfeld
This classic work collects Rebbe Nachman's conversations which range from comments on practical everyday topics to fundamental teachings about joy, faith and meditation, as well as explanations of the Kabbalah. The conversations were recorded verbatim, giving a vivid picture of the atmosphere surrounding the Master, his wit, directness and wisdom.
Also included is an account of Rebbe Nachman's adventure-filled pilgrimage to the Holy Land at the height of the Napoleonic wars in 1798.
Translated by Avraham Greenbaum
This work is an intimate biographical portrait of Rebbe Nachman by his closest disciple, Reb Noson, the one who knew him best. It includes numerous conversations, information relating to Rebbe Nachman's lessons, and a variety of his sayings, stories, dreams and visions. Annotated, with full source references and supplementary information.
Translated by Moshe Mykoff and Simcha Bergman Notes by Chaim Kramer Edited by Moshe Mykoff and Ozer Bergman
The first authoritative translation of Rebbe Nachman's magnum opus, presented with facing punctuated Hebrew text, full explanatory notes, source references and supplementary information relating to individual lessons. With appendices of a variety of charts to assist the reader with the kabbalastic teachings found in the text. Volume 1 contains Reb Noson's introduction to the original work, short biographies of Rebbe Nachman and Reb Noson and a .