A new movement called Soul Prayer, focused on spreading personal prayer and giving thanks to the Creator is beginning to pick up steam. Its organizers base their outreach on the teachings of the famous Chassidic master, Rebbe Nachman of Breslov.
So why now?
So much of our world seems to be in chaos. New media, technology, and automation have led to both inner emptiness and external global paralysis based on fear of what is next for our world.
Faith and prayer seem to be the best weapons.
Soul Prayer is a global community for spiritual awakening, seeking to repair our broken world using the simple teachings of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov.
The movement is being organized from Israel, the birthplace of monotheism and divine service. With the Jewish people’s return to their historic, biblical homeland, a unified global movement for peace touches on the very foundation of monotheistic belief and worship.
So why Rebbe Nachman? As Kind David said: “I am prayer,” Rebbe Nachman repeated that was his whole being. His emphasis on this path of building a personal relationship with one’s Creator was a radical approach in his day and still today. Yet, at its essence what we all our about. No one who really supports Israel and sees the miracles that have come along with the Jewish people’s return to their home can honestly believe this has happened without prayer.
The key for all of us is to connect and unite behind the simple Biblical vision of building “a house of prayer for all nations.”