About The Kabbalah Center
The Kabbalah Centre International is a non profit organization, which helps people understand the Kabbalah principles and their relevance to the day-to-day life. The instructors at the Kabbalah Centre provides students with spiritual tools, which are based on the Kabbalistic principles. The Center advocates for students to use the tools as they deem fit to make the world a better place. Rav Yehuda Ashlag founded the Kabbalah Center in 1922. The Center has globalized with brick-and-mortar locations in over 50 cities and a well extensive online presence as well.
The teachers at the Kabbalah Centre teaches Kabbalah as a universal wisdom that precedes religion or the Bible. This universal wisdom can be studied by anyone regardless of his or her faith. The Center presents the universal wisdom from a lineage of great Kabbalists. The course of study that the Kabbalah Centre provides describes where the creation originated from as well as the spiritual and physical laws of the universe, including the journey of the soul and human existence.
Wikipedia mentions that the Kabbalah Centre primarily seeks to provide students with a platform to help them improve how they live their lives while impacting others’ lives. At the core of the Kabbalah Center, there are five inherent fundamental principles: Sharing, the existence of the spiritual laws, we are all one, leaving your comfort zones creates miracles and the awareness and balance of the ego. Every week, the Kabbalah Center teaches over 5,000 students in all its 50 locations worldwide. Students, who cannot access the Center physically, can utilize the extensive online database of the center. From the online learning system of the Kabbalah Center, students can access downloads, books, prayer services, lectures, CDs, and DVDs.
Kabbalist Rav Berg is the current director of the Kabbalah Center alongside Karen, his wife, and their two sons, Michael and Yehuda. Zohar is the basal sacred text of the Kabbalistic wisdom. The Kabbalah Centre teachings are founded on Zohar and the writings of the greatest kabbalists of the world. The Zohar decrypts the universal spiritual system and mysteries that the Torah (Bible) describes.