Jewish pathways of spiritual growth. By Avraham Greenbaum. “The king’s son had gone crazy. He thought he was a turkey. He felt he had to sit naked under the table and eat crumbs. None of the doctors could do anything for him? Until a mysterious Wise Man appeared, sat down right next to the Prince, and cured him in a simple and highly original way.” Read and loved by many thousands, this compelling modern classic uses Rabbi Nachman’s parable of the Turkey-Prince as a framework to explain a chassidic spiritual pathway that includes faith, positive thinking, goal achievement, harnessing the power of words, caring for the body, breathing, meditation, prayer, song, dance, joy and friendship. 21 x 14 cm. 312 pages. Soft cover.
Positive thinking and goal achievement
Diet, exercise, breathing, meditation
The power of words