The Lost Princess shows us each of us an individual makes a unique, essential contribution towards bringing the world to its tikkun (rectification).
Series: Self-Discovery through the Tales of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov
Time: Sunday, 12:00 PM EST – 7:00 PM Israel Time
Date: Oct. 25 – Dec. 20 (6 weeks)
Level: All Levels, Beginners especially welcome
Text: Rabbi Nachman’s Stories: The Lost Princess
Rebbe Nachman’s stories are among the most well-known in Jewish literature. In his tale, The Lost Princess, Rebbe Nachman of Breslov illustrates the idea of spiritual growth as a journey, an ongoing process in which we are encouraged to honor each step we take. The Lost Princess shows us each of us an individual makes a unique, essential contribution towards bringing the world to its tikkun(rectification).
Tanchum Burton will give a reading of this engaging tale, offering an abundance of Chassidic, psychological, and spiritual insights through a mixture of lecture and vibrant classroom discussion.
- Spiritual growth as an ongoing process
- No one else can tell you what your journey must be
- Discovering the value of your own journey
- The meaning of personal and universal rectification
- Your personal, one-of-a-kind story is an essential part of the World’s story
Photo attribution: Bodiam castle by Antony McCallum