Breslov with Erez Safar in Venice

Erez leads an open circle conversation centering around the teachings of Rebbe Nachman, through the writing of Likutey Halachot, which is the Shhulchan Aruch through the lens of Likutey Moharan.

Likutey Moharan is the quintessential collection of teachings from Rebbe Nachman of Breslov. This series offers an impactful and interactive discussion around the wisdom and teachings of the Chassidic Master, Rebbe Nachman, with themes and lessons that are profoundly relevant for today.

The evening will end with beats of Breslov!


“Safar, whose family has roots in Yemen dating back over 2,000 years, is eager to raise awareness of Judaism’s cultural diversity.”

Amanda Petrusich, The New York Times 

“The constant among Safar’s endeavors is to move his vision of Sephardic culture forward.”
Tad Hendrickson, Wall Street Journal 

“Safar’s been called the “hardest working man in the Jewish music industry,” but in the decade since that particular accolade, he’s branched out into so much more.”

Madison Margolin, Times of Israel 

Reviews of Erez Safar’s Light of the Infinite book series: 


“Safar’s [Light of the Infinite] book series shines the light on the Torah – not just being a spiritual book of historic tales, but of the stories that outline the archetypal states of consciousness within our own selves.”

Deepak Chopra

“While our culture often exacerbates feelings of inadequacy, stress, competition, and isolation, Erez Safar’s Light of the Infinite offers a welcome illumination of philosophies and practices that calm inner turmoil and cultivate positivity. We are all seeking joy and harmony inside and outside ourselves… this book provides valuable tools to advance that quest.”

Shepard Fairey, Obey Giant 

“For readers who are new to these practices of Judaism, every page will have a new concept they can take with them on their own journey.”

Brian Fishbach, Jewish Journal 

“These pages are filled with love for G-d, Torah and the Jewish people.”
David Sacks, The Simpsons