Kabbalah is a school of thought, discipline as well as an esoteric method that was derived from Judaism. It comprises of a set of esoteric teachings, which are aimed at explaining the relationship between infinity and God’s creation.
Kabbalah literally means to receive. Individuals following the Kabbalah teachings ought to open themselves to become a vessel that takes in what a person wishes to comprehend. This opens a person to higher reality and consciousness to a given point that the individual’s perception of reality changes completely.
Fulfillment in Kabbalah does not necessarily refer to experiencing happiness rather it means connecting to higher energy as well as maintaining the connection to the long-lasting satisfaction. Through Kabbalah, people learn universal principles, which apply to individuals in all regions or faith regardless of their background or ethnicity.
What sets Kabbalah apart from other spiritual teachings is its practical application rather than relying on blind faith. Students of Kabbalah are presented with information and tools without coercion to think in a given way.
Founded by Rav Yehuda Ashlag in 1922, the Kabbalah Centre serves as the largest global organization that is devoted to disseminating the knowledge or wisdom of the Kabbalah. Its primary goal is to provide individuals with knowledge and tools, which can assist them in improving the lives as well as removing anarchy from the world. Apart from becoming an acknowledged center for Kabbalistic wisdom, it operates in 50 locations around the world and over 5000 individuals studying each week. Further, it offers online learning and physical locations, which provide DVD’s, CD’s, books, prayer services as well as lectures.
After Rav Yehuda Ashlag died, Rav Yehuda Brandwein, his student, succeeded him. Later in 1969, Rav Berg succeeded Brandwein after his death. Currently, Kabbalist Rav Berg is the Director of the Kabbalah Centre and manages the Los-Angeles-based organization with his wife, Karen Berg. This non-profit organization offers Zohar-based teachings. The Zohar deciphers the universal spiritual system as well as mysteries, which are described in the Bible or Torah. In addition, it boasts of an employee size that ranges from 501 to 1000.
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