Understanding Kabbalah

Kabbalah is a school of thought that has roots in Judaism. Originally it was created in many Jewish traditions. Which is why many Kabbalists use many Jewish sources to explain and demonstrate their esoteric teachings. Kabbalah is not its own religious denomination but is rather used heavily by other denominations.

There are many different traditions and aims to those that follow this religion. Kabbalah is made up of several teachings that are meant to help explain the relationship between the mysterious Ein Sof (infinity) and the finite universe (God’s creation). It teaches that everything, health, relationships, and careers, in our lives, is all connected to each other. Kabbalah is a way of looking at the world that will help you find the life fulfillment that you are seeking. The study of kabbalah is open which means that it does not force one to think in a certain way.

The Kabbalah Centre International is a non-profit organization. It was founded in the United States in 1965 as The National Research Institute of Kabbalah. The U.S. Kabbalah Center had its original headquarters located in NewYork, but nowadays the center is located in Los Angeles, California.

Philip Berg and his wife Karen Berg developed the kabbalah presentations and are the first leaders of the center. Nowadays Their sons, Yehuda and Micheal act as the spiritual leaders of the organization. They provide courses on the Zohar and also offer Kabbalistic teaching through many city-based centers, study groups, and online groups worldwide. There are over fifty branches of the center all around the world, which includes New York City, London, and Toronto.

At the Kabbalah Centre, there is staff is made out of many multi-ethnic and international teachers. That are all trained to offer guidance at its worldwide student community. The teaching method starts with students learning practical methods that do not require them to know Hebrew or Jewish texts to start off with.