Understanding Kabbalah Tradition and Its Influence in Modern Society

In the past few years, various people including celebrities have been fascinated by a Jewish tradition known as Kabbalah. What seems to be alarming is the fact that most of the celebrities who are attracted to this culture are not Jews and neither do they practice Jewish. Celebrities such Elizabeth Taylor, Britney Spears, and Sandra Bernhard have also found the influence of Kabbalah to be life-changing. According to Paris Hilton, she attributes her positive life to Kabbalah. According to her, when she broke up with her husband Nick Carter, she enrolled herself at the Kabbalah Centre in Los Angeles where she found peace and joy.

The fascination of Kabballah by various celebrities has been attributed to the fact that it has had a positive outcome for those celebrities who have decided to practice it. Apart from this, Kabbalah has been associated with creating joy and long-lasting fulfillment. Preaching to the converted: how Kabbalah keeps on growing. It should therefore not come as a surprise when you see a majority of the celebrities getting involved in the Kabbalah practice.

Apart from helping other people and living a joyful and fulfilling life, other celebrities have had their reasons for practicing Kabbalah and joining Kabbalah center. For example, Marylyn Monroe never saw the fundamental of Christianity that her parents instilled in her as a young child. On the contrary, she was attracted to Judaism. According to those close to her, she needed a “close family life” something that she could only find in Judaism. Though these celebrities have been practicing Kabbalah at an early age, the Orthodox Jewish tradition recommends that anyone interested in Kabbalah should be above the age of 40.

Kabbalah is an ancient Jewish tradition that involves the mystic interpretation of the Bible. Due to its rise in the Middle Ages, many people got interested in the culture and started practicing it. In the USA, Kabbalah centers have been set up in different locations to help different people in understanding the Bible as well as guiding them accordingly in the following: https://www.eventbrite.com/o/kabbalah-centre-los-angeles-5951514001 click here.

The first roots of Kabbalah Centres were planted in the year 1922 by Rav Yehuda Ashlag. Rav passed his Kabbalah wisdom to his student Rav Yehuda Tzvi Brandwein who later passed the mantle to Rav Berg. Over the years, the Kabbalah Centres have continued to grow. As of today, there are more than 40 Kabbalah Centres globally.

How the Kabbalah Centre Increases Awareness About Mystical Judaism

Kabbalah is an often unknown aspect of Judaism. What it really is is the more mystical and hidden teachings that are contained in Judaism. The focal book of Kabbalistic teachings is the Zohar, which has many volumes and is around two thousand years old. Later proponents of Kabbalistic teachings include the Arizal, also called the Ari for short, who founded a group that studied Kabbalah, of which he was the head and teacher. The Arizal lived a few hundred years ago, but his Kabbalistic teachings are widely accepted.

 

In modern America and in other places around the world in the twentieth and twenty first century, interest in Kabbalah has increased. People started looking for books and other resource materials from which they would be able to study those mystical teachings that Kabbalah abounds with. However, not everyone understood the ancient Hebrew and Amaraic that the Zohar is written in, so these Kabbalistic books had to be translated into English.

There were also centers set up for the purpose of studying Kabbalah. One of those centers is the Kabbalah Centre. It was founded in 1965 by Rabbi Philip Berg and his wife, Karen. Later, in 1984, another branch of the Kabbalah Centre was founded in the city of Los Angeles.

 

The formula of Kabbalah that is taught and studied in the Kabbalah Centre was developed by Rabbi Philip Berg. Although he has since passed away, his wife Karen and his son, Michael Berg, act as both directors and spiritual teachers, offering spiritual advice to those who wish to advance in their studies of Kabbalah.

 

One of the things taught at the Kabbalah Centre is its unique approach to certain aspects of the Bible, according to the teachings of the Zohar. Some passages, such as the story of the passing of the Red Sea, are really teachings of how to conduct your everyday life. These messages on how to conduct yourself are hidden in these passages, and Kabbalah helps you unravel the deeper meanings of each passage and apply it to your everyday life. With Kabbalah, it is possible to develop your spiritual levels greatly.

 

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