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Sunday, June 22, 2008

Rav na nach's Fire

9 comments:

Zahava Pasternak said...

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This man says the fire of the Rebbe is making him insane and that he can't take it anymore. ?????

Please share in which writings of the holy Rebbe Nachman that one must say Na Nach Nachma Nachman Meuman.

I have much emuna and bitchon in Hashem. Everything but everthing happens because G-d allows it to happen.

ElimelechNanach said...

I also don't understand the insane going out of my mind part. I think it was just part of the acting, like a Rav that is going out of his mind, but it can be misleading.

Tzfat NaNach said...

It is just an overdose on nanach it happens sometimes.

NaaNaach said...

my dear confused brethren, as it says in the Talmud obviously you are not familiar even with the staight out verses of the bible, behold in Mishley, Shlomo Hamelech, the wisest of all men, states, באהבתה ישגה תמידת , (see verse inside), that is when we are dealing with the love of G-d we expect to reach levels of madness, just as in ,lihavdil, english, one says, I'm crazy about this or that, or, I'm madly in Love with the One Above (your should hear the song by DS it's really good, and his son is Nanach), so life of true holiness has this madness to it. This is most true and simple, however like all true and simple things they can use long in detail explanations, and maybe BH"Y I'll be zoche to put something up on Nanach.net.
Now you may tell me that my love and dedication to Nanach and all the Nanach brothers binds me to back them up regardless of what they say, blinding me to the Emes. Well maybe you got something there, because B"HY I'm mad and crazy about G-d and Nanach (not enough yet but I'm praying and saying Nanach everyday for this to happen), and the Nanach are my brothers and whole lot more than that (look at Shevet Levi the Tora compliments them for killing their brothers, so you say theirs higher things, like it says in Mishley Tov Shuchen etc.). The truth is I've already written at great length about this topic in my Kuntress on Nanach and many holy books talk about this (the only one that comes to mind, is Yosher Divrey Emes, which was R' Eliyahu Desslers personal favorite book), so I'm not just defending my holy holy radicly holy and precious brother YS, but I'm defending my own integrity and you guessed it 'sanity'!
So if you think all of this stuff is for play or just acting, well maybe looks can be misleading, but I for my part really mean it, and I'm looking for more a lot more, I'm just not capable of going on, I just can't make it without a lot of Nanach, and it's getting worse every day, I realize I need more and more......

AYGS-NANACH said...

rebbi Nachman gets us closer to Hashem though singing or saying Na Nach Nachma Nachman Mayuman be strong keep searching and youll see salvation NA Nach!

saba-noon said...

Na Nach Nachma Nachman MayUman is never explicitly mentioned in any of the books of Rebbe Nachman however it is hinted to in many many places, especially in Torah 8 of Taninya where The Rebbe teaches us about the single double triple and quadruple new song of redemption, The song that will be awakened in the future the song that will lift all of creation above nature. We believe that that song is the very Name of the Tzadik himself (as it is brought in Breslov writings) All the Blessings

NaaNaach said...

Sorry I never got around to adressing your paragraph that starts with the word PLEASE.
First of all let it be clear that a Nanach doesn't 'must' do anything, that's the whole point, a Nanach realizes that he is the Son of G-d Almighty Himself, and that makes him somewhat of a king too, a crowned prince, and who's going to tell a crowned prince he must do anything. Now that we have the right approach to what it is we're dealing with, it is readily understood that a Nanach will most definitely want to be zoche to sing Nanach as much as he can.
Why?
As Saba-noon pointed out Nanach is the name of the True and most Awesome Holy Tzadik Our Master and Leader Rabbi Nachman ZTVKL"L ZYUVKY"A it is his name as a the New Song, the root of all song, and who doesn't like singing a good song?!
Now if your looking to get technical about which exact writings does it spell out exactly etc.. Start with the Hakdama to the holy book Shaimos Hatzadikim, this book was written by Rabbi Nussun upon recomondation by Rabbi Nachman, it is a book which consists just of the names of our holy masters that graced the world with their presence, I have been zoche to say quite a few times (anyone finishing Likutay Tifelos is expected to finish it as well, because LT contains a tefila to be said on the completion of Shaimos Hatzadikim), so in the introduction there is a short discussion of the importance of simply saying the names of tzadikim, try it, it will change your outlook and help you in the way only those tzadikim your calling can.
This is a subject that has already been elaborated at great length elsewhere, even still I think what was answered is sufficient. But I will mention one allusion to saying nanach, and that is the holy name spelled out in the Petek Hakadosh פ-צפ-צי- ה, which the Petek proclaims is a secret revealled by Nanach. The letter Peh, means mouth, and the letter Tzadik, means tzadik, so this is a remez, that the secret to Nanach, is to use your mouth and say the tzadik, that is say Nanach! and the holy name is written with Pe tzadik, twice, this is a remez to say Nanach over and over again!!!
There are few places in Likutay Moharan which discuss the Shir Pashut Kaful Shalush Miruva, which will arise at the end of time, and faith will renew the world etc.. Most distuingished is the Pleasant Poem published at the beginning of the holy book, there is a small introduction to the poem, in which it is clearly stated that Rabbi Nachman's name is the Shir Pashut Kaful Shalush Miruva which will arise in the future.

saba-noon said...

Wow Bro, Thanks so much for that great word. I learned Much!!

NaaNaach said...

this deserves a post of it's own, but right now its relevant here. Ebay had this geeluy while saying Shma at the Tzion. It says ViDeebarta Bum, and the sifri says, Vlo Bidvurim Bitaylim, that is we are commanded to only speak the holy words of the Tora. (the Vilna Gaon says that Bum is spelled Beis Mem, Beis is the first letter of Tora Shebiksav, the written Tora, and Mem is the first letter of the mishna, the Oral Tora). The gematria of Bum - Beis Mem - is Na Nach Nachmu Nachmun MayUman (& kolel)!!!!!!!!!! That means it is a mitzva, commandment to say Na Nach Nachmu Nachmun MayUman, and not to say anything else!!!!!!!!