Series: Living the Life of a Breslover Chassid with Likutey Halachot

Nothing But The Truth

Reb Noson, Rebbe Nachman’s leading student and scribe, reveals how the depth and breadth of Rebbe Nachman’s teachings helps us improve ourselves and get closer to Hashem. In his singular work, Likutey Halachot, Reb Noson extrapolates from Rebbe Nachman’s works and uncovers rich insights into the Shulchan Aruch (the Code of Jewish Law), a text that is often misperceived as dry, dusty, or irrelevant. Likutey Halachot is bursting with inspirational explications of halacha (Jewish law), via the light of Breslov Chassidut, scripture, and the Kabbalastic masters.

As we learn the text, students will begin to see the world through the eyes of the ultimate Breslover, Reb Noson. In this course with Reb Eliyahu Hecht, you will explore the deeper meaning of the Jewish laws and learn the author’s advice for achieving spiritual growth. This is halacha the way it was meant to be learned and understood!

This semester we’ll discuss Likutey Halachot and it’s insights into Likutey Moharan 9. We’ll focus on Emet (Truth) and how living with Emet transforms our lives.

Topics Include:

  • Energize the Your Prayer with Emet
  • Discover Your Prayer Pathway
  • Open New Doors with Truth in Prayer
  • Understanding the Primacy of Truth in Business Interactions and Your Job
  • “Hezek Re’iah”—How Truth will Save Us From Hurting Our Eyes
  • Emet and Chanukah
  • Emet and the Mitzvah of Shofar

And much more…

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Course Audio/Video Archive

Class 1 - Thursday, January 11 2018 Dedicated by Kenneth Sandridge


Thursday, 9:00 pm EST


Thursday, January 11 through Thursday, February 22


Beginner through Advanced, Everyone Welcome.


Eliyahu Hecht


Various Likutey Halachot