tikkun-haklali

Tikkun HaKlali, the famous Breslov prayer which contains the 10 Psalms revealed by Rebbe Nachman, is well-known for its ability to nullify the impurity of immorality, especially for men. Yet it is also a general remedy for everyone, men and women, a remedy which repairs spiritual damage of all kinds. Sin leads one to feel mired down in depression and frustration the process of repair leads to genuine joy and fulfillment in life.

In this two-semester course, Rebbetzin Yehudis Golshevsky will discuss how you can harness the power of Tikkun Haklali to rectify your life. She will share insights from many sources to help the students connect with and benefit from the these 10 Tehillim.

In this semester, Part I will contain seven classes, including an introduction one Psalm each week for six weeks. Next semester, Part II will continue and conclude with the remaining four Psalms, including a double-session for the longest Psalm.

Topics include:

  • The 10 Types of Song
  • The Water Castle
  • The Power of Rectification
  • Transforming Sadness into Joy
  • Insights into Tehillim (Psalms) 1-5
  • Tikkun Haklali in Practice

And much 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/Speaking_from_the_Soul_With_Yehudis_Golshevsky)

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Course Audio/Video Archive

Class 1 - Sunday January 7 2018

Class 2 - January 14th, 2018

Time:

Sunday, 11:00 AM EST – 6:00 PM Israel Time

Date:

Sunday, January 7 through Sunday February 18

Level:

Women Only, Intermediate through Advanced, Everyone Welcome

Instructor:

Yehudis Golshevsky

Text:

Likutey Moharan, various; Likutey Halachot, various; Rishonim; Rav Hirsch; Malbim; RAMAD Vali; and other sources that help to wake us up “al derecho avodah” (onto the path of spiritual service)