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In Forest Fields - The Garden of Prayer and Hitbodedut - English
Rabbi Shalom Arush's new book that we've all been waiting for!
Hitbodedut, personal prayer is the number one proof that a person has emuna. One who believes in Hashem speaks with Hashem. How can a person claim to believe in Hashem if he does not speak to Him?
Rebbe Nachman teaches that everyone from the greatest to the simplest man should spend an hour a day in hitbodedut. In this book Rabbi Arush teaches us how.
Paperback, 385 pages, English, translated by Rabbi Lazer Brody.
One who prays with great devotion for others - he is loved by all.
Here is another beautiful booklet by Rabbi Arush about loving others.
Pocket-sized Likutey Moharan. Segula for protection.
The Garden of Peace (for men only) has already transformed the lives of thousands of people the world over. The benefits that a husband will attain both on a spiritual and a material level defy description, once a husband gets to the root of his marital problems and makes his wife first place in his life. The nagging and complaints will disappear, as well as the petty requests and the demands on his time. The husband will feel the benefit of Divine assistance and will succeed in whatever he does.
Easy to read and choc full of pertinent information, it is designed both for women who are not yet married as well as for women who have already celebrated their golden anniversary.
There are times when we search our souls and ask ourselves, "Why aren't we fulfilling our potential? Are we aware of our own tremendous power?" A woman must know her phenomenal intrinsic value and capabilities. Through this understanding, she derives the strength to withstand all of her trials and challenges, and she becomes more effective in building her home. As King Solomon says, "A wise woman builds her home, and the fool, with her own hands destroys it" (Mishlei 14:1).
By Rabbi Shalom Arush. English. Softcover, 414 pages.
Emuna means that Hashem always loves me. Everything will be always be good and it's going to get better and better!