Here's my story; you can use it for the glory of Rabbeinu:
My story of drawing close to Rabbeinu and Nanach:
It happened just like Rabbeinu describes in Likutey Moharan 17 -- that I found the opposite of my previous Christian faith when I contemplated the words of the Bible!
As a Christian I had questions about what happened to Shabbat (as the Bible says it is an "eternal covenant... forever... throughout all your generations") and kashrut (that treif animals are an "abomination" to eat or even to touch!) I questioned the claim to a supposed new covenant (despite the "eternal covenant" mentioned) where Jew and Gentile are the same in the body of Messiah etc. etc.I researched the Bible and searched on the internet, finding various Sacred Name groups and Messianic Judaism Nazarene Judaism groups and started to see, how could God's "Eternal Covenant" pass away.
So I started to believe in the Written Torah, and gradually came to believe that there had to be an Oral Torah to explain it, for how can we shecht animals "in the manner that I have shown you" (Deut. 12:21) without the details being given?
But this took a while and I didn't know which way to go to the truth, but I prayed and asked God to lead me to truth. I had a Brit performed and started reading about Judaism, and at the local synagogue a Breslever made me a frequent guest for Shabbat and at his mid-week chassidut shiur. The Torah of Rabbi Nachman encouraged me and made me happy.
While I was in Israel I read Rabbi Nachman's Advice and continued to be attracted to Rabbeinu. At a library in a hostel I found the book "Young Buds of the Stream" that described the miracle of the Petek and Na Nach. I found the story amazing but hard to believe.
But over time I've come to believe that Na Nach is a fulfillment of the Future Song, i.e. Az Yashir, and the 1-2-3-4 song of Tikkunei Zohar 21. Na nach shows us that Rabbeinu and Rabbeinu alone is the Tzaddik Yesod Olam who we must connect to as our merciful leader, the Rosh Bnei Israel. Nanach keeps me reminded of Rabbeinu and I have seen several miracles happen to me by reciting it. My Nanach friends and I want to share the light of Rabbeinu with the whole world, so may we merit to the full geulah Amen.
Na Nach Nachma Nachman Me'Uman!