Stories of Rebbe Nachman

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Uplifting, entertaining, and wise teaching fables from a legendary Jewish storyteller.
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Treasured Folk Tales from Hasidism's Most Legendary Storyteller

Rebbe Nachman, the great-grandson of the Baal Shem Tov (founder of Hasidism), worked ceaselessly to bring the most profound spiritual truths into the life of every person. A brilliant teacher who wrestled with worldly troubles and setbacks, he succeeded at last in creating “something that will endure forever”—his stories.

Stories of Rebbe Nachman presents these crowning jewels of his life's work—teaching fables that vividly communicate how to live with the presence of God in daily life. Told by Rabbi David Zeller, director of Israel's Yakar Center for Torah and Creativity, Stories of Rebbe Nachman presents these tales as they were first heard—by word of mouth—accompanied by Rebbe Nachman's original niggunim (Hasidic folk melodies). An uplifting session from the man called “the first storyteller of Judaism.”

Tales include: “The Lost Princess,” “The Clever One and the Simpleton,” “The Rabbi and His Son,” “The Fixer,” and more.

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Contents Digital Audio (2 hours, 52 minutes)
Product Code AW00288W
ISBN Number 978-1-60407-490-1
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David Zeller

About David Zeller

Rabbi David Zeller is a pioneer in Jewish spirituality and psychology, and an internationally known teacher, counselor, and singer. Rabbi Zeller is the founder and director of the Network of Conscious Judaism, as well as the executive director of Yakar Center for Torah and Creativity. From his home in Israel, Rabbi Zeller travels worldwide, leading workshops in Jewish psychology, meditation, and mysticism, as well as in transpersonal psychology, alternative healing, and interfaith dialogue. He was a student of the late Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach for 28 years.