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Series: Relationships with Chaya Rivka Zwolinski

For women only

Take a look at your hands. What miracles they are, perfectly designed for playing the piano, chopping onions, kneading bread, soothing a baby. If we examine them closely, we’ll come to realize that every body part offers spectacular evidence of Hashem’s Wisdom and Kindness.
In part four of The Healing Dance of Body and Soul, we’ll continue to explore the reasons that God houses our soul in this brilliantly complex home we call “my body”, the paradoxical interplay between body and soul, and a fresh yet ancient outlook on health and healing.

Topics include:

  • Flesh and Bone
  • Arms and Hands
  • Legs
  • Yesod
  • The Feminine Principle
  • Chava, The First Woman

And More…

How to participate:

Use this link now to log into your live class or save it to log into the course in the future:

(https://breslovcampus.clickwebinar.com/relationships-with-c-r-zwolinski)

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COURSE AUDIO/VIDEO ARCHIVE

Class 1 Monday, May 1st, 2017

The Healing Dance of Body and Soul Part IV, Class 1 from Breslov Research Institute on Vimeo.
Class 2 Monday, May 8th, 2017

Class 3 Monday, May 15th, 2017

Class 4 Monday, May 22nd, 2017


Class 5 Monday, June 12th, 2017

Time:

8:00 PM Eastern time, 5:00 PM Pacific time

Date:

Monday, May. 1 – June 19 (7 weeks)

Level:

Beginners through advanced, everyone’s welcome in this six-part class. You may attend as many classes as you like and no previous classes required, but students might want to view earlier classes in this series.

Instructor:

Chaya Rivka Zwolinski

Text:

Anatomy of the Soul, by Chaim Kramer.

Rebbe Nachman’s stories, Likutey Moharan, The 50th Gate, and other Breslov sources will also be referenced.