In a nutshell, Kabbalah reveals how life and the universe work. This ancient wisdom literally means “to receive.” It teaches its students and followers how to achieve fulfillment in their lives.
The teachings of Kabbalah are largely based on Jewish sacred text called Zohar. The text provides foundational Kabbalistic wisdom and is the main source of reference used by teachers. It decodes the ancient mysteries and spiritual system described in the Torah.
Why Study Kabbalah?
Many people often feel, at some point in their lives, that they are slowly being overwhelmed by their lives. They feel unfulfilled and it seems like the more they try to receive fulfillment contentment, the more it eludes them.
Studying Kabbalah allows one to enter a blissful state of fulfillment on a personal level. This means connecting to energy and maintaining this connection for a considerably long amount of time. Kabbalah teaches that all the different branches and aspects of our lives emanate from a single trunk and root. This means that learning ancient wisdom gives one access to all of life’s secrets.
Understanding how the universe operates at its core level gives one access to unfathomable knowledge permanent fulfillment. What is interesting is that Kabbalah traverses all faiths and religions. Its teachings apply to all people irrespective of their beliefs. It has practical applications that can be used by followers to better their lives and connect to their creator.
The Kabbalah Center
The Kabbalah Center established by Rav Yehuda Ashlag in 1922. Today, it is the largest global organization dedicated to teaching Kabbalah. It aims to give its followers the wisdom and tools they need to not only improve their lives, but also to remove chaos from their environment.
Today, the center has established at least 50 locations globally to disseminate kabbalah wisdom. It has over 5,000 students studying Kabbalah teachings on a weekly basis. What’s more, the center provides an online learning environment that offers DVDs, CDs, prayer services, lectures and books. The center is run by Rav Phillip Berg who is assisted by his wife and two sons. Its headquarters are based in Los Angeles, California.