Kabbalah holds it’s roots in the ancient mystic traditions of the Jewish interpretations of the Bible. The teachings of The Zohar deciphers parts of The Torah to be understood on not just a literal but a spiritual level. Kabbalah was traditionally only available to study by men who were married and had achieved the grand age of 40, when men were considered to be wise. It was at this point that this specific group of scholarly people would be allowed to study Kabbalah.
What The Kabbalah Centre seeks to do is to break tradition so that Kabbalah may benefit a more diverse group of people, so that anyone can study Kabbalah regardless of their race, ethnicity, origin or religion. In the 1980s, some trailblazing people, couple Rav Phillip Berg and his wife Karen, became directors at The Kabbalah Center and did just this. They opened the teachings of the Kabbalah to anyone who wanted to study and improve their lives.
The Kabbalah Centre is a place of education and learning where students have access to this bounty of information that when applied, can help people with their jobs, their relationships, their happiness and safety and to diminish the rocky and confusing times in their lives. Studying Kabbalah can help people to secure that happy family life and secure path in their life that they have always known existed yet had trouble accessing.
There are Centers all over the US, Europe, and in Israel so that whoever seeks to study Kabbalah will have a learning center to attend. There are also web seminars and teachings that are available to anyone who may be studying remotely. Kabbalah is not a doctrine, or a forced religion or anything that someone would feel pressured to adopt. These teachings have simply been made available for everyone to have access too so they may use them in their lives to find better peace and stability.
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