The Kabbalah is an ancient, mystical teaching from Judaism that has been around for thousands of years. The Kabbalah Centre has simplified the teaching, making more relevant and easy to understand for any lay person who wants to learn about it. It definitely provides a lot of interesting things to think about, such as the concept that our senses only allow us to perceive 1% of reality, which is a byproduct of the 99% of reality that we cannot see. The Kabbalah Centre is not looking to convert people; it is just looking to spread some spiritual food for thought in a supportive and understanding atmosphere. What testifies to this is the fact that according to the ideas that it teaches, every religion is a valid offshoot of the one, great, universal wisdom.
Established in 1922 by Rav Yehuda Ashlag, the Kabbalah Centre has crossed national boundaries and now exists in 50 places all around the Earth. They are located in America, Canada, Latin America, Europe, Africa, Oceania, Asia and the Middle East. There are many locations in the United States, with the highest concentrations in the biggest cities like Los Angeles, Miami and New York.
The Orthodox Jewish community is giving some resistance against Kabbalah Centre, saying that the fact that it disregards some compulsory traditions implies that it is not really a legitimate place, and that their teachings are not suitable. Many celebrities would beg to differ. The celebrities who studied the Kabbalah and attended the Kabbalah Centre say that their lives have been improved and made more fulfilling by studying the Kabbalah. Some celebrities have studied at the Kabbalah Centre, only to stop or put it on the back burner while doing other, more “important” things in their lives. However, celebrities in those situations have gained great insights and have spiritually grown.
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