The Kabbalah Centre is one of the most organized facilities when it comes to Kabbalistic teachings. The educators at the center are members who are dedicated to the Kabbalah philosophies. The Centre originally opened in Los Angeles and in 1965 it was founded in the U.S. as The National Research Institute of Kabbalah. The Centre provides its sacred texts and other spiritual resources, such as Kabbalah Water to help nourish and guide the body into unity.
The Kabbalah Centre is a Los Angeles nonprofit organization led by the Berg family. It is one of the primary Kabbalah academic facilities in the world. The Centre recently recognized the Jewish holiday of Tu B’Av, identified as the holiday of love, and contributed more than 60 bags of supplies to an after-school program located in Boca Raton. In the mid-2000s, the organization purchased 3 homes in Beverly Hills for a couple and their two sons. As a league of righteous teachers, they continue to spread their love with honorable attributes. The Centre is about generating light and creating an empire full of growth and global presence. It is an organization that wants to make the ancient Jewish tradition more universal, and by doing so, they chose to create an online presence that would grow their global presence and unify the many facilities within the US. Click Here for Kabbalah News.
Preaching to the converted: how Kabbalah keeps on growing
The initial celebrity attracted to the Kabbalah Centre was Sandra Bernhard. In 1995, she began studying the Kabbalah and enjoyed the teachings so much that she introduced Madonna and Roseanne Barr to the Centre. In the late 1900’s, Madonna aided the mission of Kabbalah beliefs by promoting awareness of the Kabbalah Centre through her 1998 album “Ray of Light“. In all retrospect, this organization has touched many lives. And they continue to build awareness of the Kabbalah and its spiritual beliefs.
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Kabbalah is a brand of spiritualism that is increasing in popularity both in the United States and in other parts of the world. Kabbalah Centers are designed as institutions for study and education on the Kabbalah philosophy. There are currently Kabbalah centers in major cities world wide where those seeking more information on this interesting philosophy can go to learn more.
Kabbalistic principles are meant to bring followers a lifelong sense of joy and fulfillment. They teach people to reevaluate themselves and their place in the larger universe, promising that this knowledge will bring endless happiness and a feeling of purpose.
Leaders claim the history of the Kabbalah teaching are rooted in the religious texts of Ancient Judaism though the philosophy has developed into something of a more spiritualistic nature. The very first Kabbalah Center was founded in the year 1922 by a man named Rav Yehuda Ashlag.
Kabbalah has undergone many reinterpretations and variations since that time. As it is not a traditional religion the Kabbalah Centers are generally accepting of alternate practices or personal variations as long as they do not violate the generally agreed upon core principles.
Followers claim the tenants that form Kabbalah actually predate the modern concept of religion and thus any person of any race, status, or faith can practice Kabbalah.
These core tenants are taken from sections of the ancient Jewish holy text, the Torah. Segments of the Torah also form major sections of the Christian Old Testament. However, Kabbalistic teaching comes from a series of chapters called the Zohar. This was originally a section that was left un-translated and thus only available to priests, religious scholars, and men of a certain status within the Jewish Community. Ashlag was responsible for the first translation, making the teaching of the Zohar available to anyone.
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