What is Kabbalah?

Kabbalah is an ancient wisdom that teaches us how all aspects of our lives are connected. It is only after we realize this truth that we can truly feel happiness. Kabbalah teaches us how to achieve real fulfillment in our lives by accepting the ups and downs of life; after we stop longing for happiness, it will come.

 

Kabbalah teaches five core principles: sharing, awareness and balance of the ego, existence of spiritual laws, we are all one, and leaving our comfort zone can create miracles. When you study Kabbalah, you learn that stepping outside your comfort zone and treating all humans with dignity are the keys to fulfillment.

 

There are many ways to study Kabbalah. To get started, consider participating in a Kabbalah Centre course. They come in many formats including online, in person, and audio lectures. You can also take part in a study group or one-on-one study sessions with a rabbi. The Kabbalah Centre hosts many different events that can show you parts of Kabblah beyond the texts. Once you are well into your studies, there are a number of books that can help your advanced kabbalaistic practice.

 

The Kabbalah Centre was founded in 1965 as the National Research Institute of Kabbalah by Phillip Berg and Rav Yehuda Tzvi Brandwein. After the latter’s death, Phillip Berg and his wife Karen re-named the organization the Kabbalah Centre in New York City. In 1984, the Kabbalah Centre opened in Los Angeles, where its headquarters are still located today. The Centre has over 50 branches all over the world, including major locations in Toronto and London.

 

The Kabbalah Centre is a non-profit organization that focuses on teaching spirituality to its patrons. A number of celebrities have studied with the Kabbalah Centre, including Roseanne Barr, Ariana Grande, Naomi Campbell, Rosie O’Donnell, James Van Der Beek, and more. It is well known that pop star Madonna is an active student of Kabbalah. She has even changed her lifestyle to fit the teachings, including not giving concerts on Friday nights, paying regular tithes, and studying regularly with a Kabbalah Centre rabbi.

 

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