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The Flame of the Heart

Prayers of a Chasidic Mystic

Reb Noson of Breslov
Translated and adapted by David Sears, with the Breslov Research Institute

5 x 7.25, 160 pp, Quality Paperback, 978-1-58023-246-3

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Let the compelling words of  Rebbe Nachman of Breslov
guide and inspire you to pray.
This deeply personal book of prayers opens the profound teachings of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov to all who seek enrichment in their own prayer practice. Captured in words by Reb Noson, Rebbe Nachman’s closest disciple, this unique collection of Chasidic wisdom offers inspiring examples of how you can use spontaneous prayer as a powerful tool in your own spiritual life. Topics include:
Finding God in Everything • Awakening the Soul • Living with Mindfulness • Midnight Meditation • Simplicity • Grasping the Infinite • Beginning Anew • Love of Humanity • Praying for the World • Hospitality • Spiritual Ups and Downs •
Turning Darkness to Light • Unity in Diversity
“Spontaneous outpourings of a soul drunk on God. Reading these prayers opens a doorway into your soul. Praying them opens a gateway to God. This book is an inexhaustible treasure. Use it daily.”
Rabbi Rami Shapiro, author of The Divine Feminine in Biblical Wisdom
Literature: Annotated and Explained
“These humble and sincere prayers, in the gentle translations of David Sears, can speak to our hearts even in the twenty-first century.”
Tamar Frankiel, PhD, Academy for Jewish Religion, California; author of The Gift of Kabbalah: Discovering the Secrets of Heaven, Renewing Your Life on Earth
David Sears directs the New York-based Breslov Center for Spirituality and Inner Growth. He is the author of several books, including The Tree That Stands Beyond Space: Rebbe Nachman of Breslov on the Mystical Experience, The Path of the Baal Shem Tov and Compassion for Humanity in the Jewish Tradition. A skilled artist, he has also written and illustrated a number of Jewish children’s books, including Rebbe Nachman’s mystical allegory, The Lost Princess.
Rabbi Noson Sternhartz (1780–1844) was the foremost disciple of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov (1772–1810) and is known as “Reb Noson” among Breslover Chasidim.


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