I'm Rabbi Shlomo Nachman ben Ya'akov.
Since 1969 I've been on a quest to know the Beloved as fully as possible. This quest has brought me to some very interesting places and situations. I won't bore you with too much detail here, but a little seems to be in order.
My lifelong quest for the Beloved One began in 1969 and has taken me through most religious disciplines and innumerable sects, light, and dark. I have earned ordinations and other achievements in many of them. I have traveled extensively to connect with various spiritual teachers and communities. This quest has been the focal point of this life.
I'm currently a Rabbi Yoreh Yoreh - Yadin Yadin and founder of AllFaith.com, LearnEmunah.com, and Congregation Beit Emunah. I founded AllFaith.com in 1998, but Network Solutions (NetSol) 'canceled' me for speaking the truth as part of the Great Globalist Re-set by stealing the AllFaith.com domain name. All of the original and edited AllFaith.com content has been moved to my new AllFaith.com in Exile site.
I hold an MA degree in World Religious Studies, an Interfaith Fellowship degree, and three Christian ordinations (Baptist, Cavalry Chapel, and Independent Bible). I have worked with several Christian denominations and sects (including various mainline, Charismatic and Pentecostal, Jehovah's Witnesses, various Messianic, Russian Orthodox, and many others), served as a missionary, an evangelist, and in other roles. I have received recognition through the sacred thread and Gayatri as a Gaudiya Vaisnava Brahman of the Sanatana Dharma (through ISKCON, and Gaudiya Math), and practiced diverse forms of yoga (including with Yoga Society, Siddha Yoga Foundation, Satchi Sai Baba, Vedanta Society, Shree Maa and Swamiji of Devi Mandir and others). I translated the Vaisnava classic Srimad Bhagavad Gita for my MA thesis as well as other Sanskrit texts into English. I achieved the level of priesthood among the Wodan Wodel Pagan sect, and have studied and practiced with several others. I've practiced among the Sikhs and 3HO sect, among the Buddhists through Zen, Tibetan, and Chögyam Trungpa, with a couple of Taoist groups, and many more.
In the Written Torah, I found incredible, rational, spiritually inspiring truths and principles and hence practice a form of Rabbinic Judaism to this day. Through the teachings of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov, I discovered what I consider to be the most sublime Path (Derech HaShem) and I attempt to walk it and share its wondrous truths with all who come to me. As is proper, I honor all who seek the Creator and manifest peace regardless of their tradition or practice. As is said, Truth is One, the sages call it by diverse names. This doesn't mean there are no absolutes, only that in our current state we fail to perceive these at times and this is how the Beloved desires! We are all on a quest and one day, we pray, we will all come into the Olam Haba, the World to Come.
Politically I'm not Woke, I'm Awake.
Whoever you are, you are welcome at Beit Emunah!
An Artistic Rendition of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov