As a follower of Rebbe Nachman, I am predisposed to enjoy Chaim Kramer’s Hidden Treasures: Based on the Kabballah and the Teachings of Rebbe Nachman. I think it is fair to say that Kramer is the most accessible and accomplished Breslov writer for wider audiences. He has a way of balancing the frum life he maintains, with the demands and needs of the secular world.
So all in all he is not heavy handed in this book. He genuinely wants to help people reach their potential, both through a program of Kabbalistic understanding of human psychology and Rebbe Nachman’s unique insight on living a more Godly life.
Part self-help, part Chasidic lore, part Kabbalistic theosophy, this book as something for nearly everyone.