This week Chaim Kramer discusses the Torah portion Ki Teitzei through the light of Rebbe Nachman’s teachings. Reb Chaim explains that when a person makes an effort to serve Hashem, the yetzer hara pops up and tries to sway you away from the right path. Fierce temptations often come in the realm of business and questions of integrity, as well as the temptation of immorality. Other topics include parents and children, emotional integrity, doing the right thing, and to remember what Amalek did to you (philosophy, gluttony, avarice, arrogance, anger, immorality, and more.) Like this video? Then please LIKE, SHARE, and SUBSCRIBE!
About The Instructor
Reb Chaim in his own words: Breslov Chassidut opens up areas of understanding that are simply not found anywhere else. The profoundness of Rebbe Nachman’s statements force you to use your mind to explore everything. My passion is to help others use these teachings to improve their lives, and take their spiritual growth to the next level—and beyond. As founder of the Breslov Research Institute, Rabbi Chaim Kramer has published over 150 Breslov titles in several languages. He is known for his monumental achievement of publishing the definitive translation of Likutey Moharan, Rebbe Nachman’s magnum opus, in a highly-accessible, fifteen-volume set with extensive commentary. Reb Chaim travels the globe, bringing the wisdom of Rebbe Nachman to others. He is well-versed in the deep, mystical secrets of the Holy Zohar, the details of the Talmud and Codes, as well as all the Breslov scholarship of the past two hundred years. Reb Chaim’s teaching style is down-to-earth and straightforward, and he has the ability to relate to anybody, making him one of the most unique teachers of the generation. He encourages his students to ask their most challenging questions (but he can’t promise that his answers won’t be controversial.)