The Kabbalah Center Helps People to Achieve Fulfillment in Life by teaching them the Kabbalistic PrinciplesApril 20, 2017 - Author: steph - No Comments
The Kabbalah Center is a California-located non-profit organization that delivers Kabbalistic teachings online and via study groups based in different regions and cities across the globe. Philip Berg collaborated with Karen Berg, his wife, to develop a model for teaching the Kabbalah wisdom. The Kabbalah Center manages a multi-ethnic, team of talented teachers who provide Kabbalistic teachings and guidance to its ever-expanding global student community. The Center offers its teaching to interested individuals regardless of their religious background, economic status, and political affiliations.
The origin of the Kabbalah Center
Rav Yehuda TzviBrandwein launched the first Kabbalah Center called YeshivahKol Yehuda in 1922. In 1965, he joined hands with his student, Rav Philip Berg, to launch The National Research Institute of Kabbalah in the U.S. After the death of Brandwein; Philip and Karen Berge founded a New York-based Kabbalah Center. The Los Angeles- located Kabbalah Center was started back in 1984. Following the death of Philip, Karen and Michael took over as managers and spiritual teachers of the entity. Currently, the organization has over 50 subsidiaries globally. The major branches are located in London, Los Angeles, New York City, and Toronto.You can also meet their teachers : Click here.
What does the Kabbalah Center teach?
- Sharing: According to the Kabbalistic wisdom, people can receive fulfillment in their life through sharing. Sharing is also an ideal strategy for overcoming forces of negativity such as ego. When people share, they bond to the force of energy, which Kabbalah refers to as the Light – the Endless Source of Goodness, the Creator, and the Divine Force.
- Awareness and overcoming ego: Ego is a force that causes people to be self-centered, narrow-minded, hurtful, negative, hateful, and irresponsible.
- The presence of spiritual laws: There are numerous spiritual laws in the world that impact on the lives of people. Law of Cause and Effect is an example of a spiritual law that states that what one sows is what one reaps.
- We are all connected: Kabbalah state that every individual has a unique spark of the Creator, which binds everyone into one totality. This concept indicates that every person must be treated with respect.
- Creating miracles by leaving your comfort zone: Sacrificing your comforts in order to help others can bring light and blessing into your life.