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What is Na Nach?

Freedom to believe in yourself. Freedom to believe in G-d. Freedom to believe that G-d believes in you!

Freedom of proper expression, to send out the right vibes and messages.

Freedom of constructive thought, to cleanse your mind from all the horrors implanted by TV, media, bad teachers and teachings, miserable memories, and begin thinking positively with a fresh and lucid mind!

Be All That You Can Be: You don't have to be a slave to the army, substances, or society! Take up the calling of Nanach and become all that you can be! Nanach gives a person character and personality! Nanach developes a persons self identity! Find out who you really are, and what you're really about!

Nanach is it!!! You thought that Coke was it, but you weren't really thinking because you were on too much coke. Na Nach Nachmu Nachman MayUman is it!!!

Nanach is music for your soul, vital nourishment!

What is Nanach?

Nanach, Just Do It! You don't need to spend a fortune on designer clothing, just say Na Nach Nachmu Nachman MayUman – Just Do It! Nanach will take you there!

Nanach is fun, Nanach is life, Nanach is good.

Nanach is the celebration of life, the delight of G-d!

Why Go Na Nach

Everyone has free choice, but are they really free in choosing? Your mind is free to entertain whatever ideas and fantasies it desires, but is it really open to experience something completely new, or is stuck in monotonous musing? Society molds it's constituents, but usually it does much more, it controls them and strips them of their absolute freedom to develop their personality and character in their own most unique way. G-d is in each and every one of us, G-d is infinite, G-d is completely free – do you relate to G-d in completely free expression and manner? Are your ideas and aspirations ever flowing and escalating? Does the world around you communicate to you in the most intimate fashion or do you not even know how to pay attention and register their message? Is life itself an achievement to delight in or do you need external reassurances? Are you exactly who you think you are, do you have your own identity, or are you confused in the visage of others profiling?

Until recent times most of these questions wouldn't have concerned most people. People simply didn't have the time or energy to take interest in them. Most of their short lives was spent in pursuit of the most basic necessities of human existence. As we reach the final days, G-d has introduced into mankind a new liberty, and with the liberty a stronger responsibility.

So how do we figure it all out?

In reality G-d is our role model, we are to look at His creation and how He conducts all of it and try to do the same. Because it is very difficult to translate G-d's activity to human activity, G-d supplied us with the Tzadik to emulate and to follow in His ways. The Tzadik shows us how it is to be done and that it can be done!

Every era in history was provided with a unique Tzadik as a guide for that time, this Tzadik is given the soul of Moses to develop and shine forth in the world. As the era of prophecy concluded, thus bringing the personal affiliation of Moses to all searching communication and connection to G-d, the leadership was given to Rabbi Shimon Bar Yochay, the Master of the Zohar. After it was taken up by the Arizal, then by the Baal Shem Tov, and finally by Rabbi Nachman of Breslov.

Na Nach Nachmu Nachman MayUman!

In a time when people have very limited attention span, and every company or interest must present the public with a concise statement summing up what it is they are about, Rabbi Nachman delivered to the world G-d's statement, and of course G-d doesn't do anything halfway, so this statement is the sweetest of songs:

Na Nach Nachmu Nachman MayUman!

Rabbi Nachman of Bresluv


The Talmud teaches that the only free people are those that study the word of G-d.

G-d created man in His own image. What is G-d's image? The freedom to the good that He pleases. Man also has free choice to do as he wills, except that G-d is always free to the good, while man is at constant battle whether to do good or evil. The more one resemble G-d the more one perseveres with choosing good over evil.