Kabbalah Expands Through Kabbalah Centres and the Internet

May 28, 2017

Kabbalah is an ancient universal belief that has existed since the days before the Jewish nation was formed. The layman did not actually study; only the high priests and they practiced and studied individually or in small groups the wisdom and understanding that is called Kabbalah.

Kabbalah is not a religion, but a form of spirituality that the Internet has been able to make available for anyone who desires to learn practical principles to living a spiritual life with the Kabbalah University.

Instructors of Kabbalah teach the principles and the wisdom that is dedicated to finding the joy that is in every human, and the wisdom that is obtained leads the students to make better decisions.

The Internet has made these teachings available to reach students around the world who would not otherwise be able to learn about Kabbalah. The Kabbalah University is broadcast from the Los Angeles Kabbalah Centre, and it offers classes, meditations, speakers and events for the LA Centre as well as internationally.

Up until the 1920s, there were no Kabbalah Centres where people could gather together to study and learn Kabbalah. The first Kabbalah Centre was established in Israel in 1922, and Phillip and Karen Berg studied there for 10 years. They then came back tot heir home, the U.S., and founded the first Kabbalah Centre in New York City in 1965. Though the roots go back to a Jewish background, students do not need to know Hebrew or be Jewish to attend.

The Bergs immediately began classes and translating ancient documents into other languages, so more Kabbalah Centres could be established. Today, there are over 40 Kabbalah Centres around the globe. In the U.S., there are four in New York City, and others including Utah, Arizona, San Francisco, and Los Angeles.

For 40 years, students could only study Kabbalah in Kabbalah Centres, Today, Kabbalah University is the centralized location, but every race, age, and religion gather in Centres to learn the ancient principles. Kabbalah Centres offer classes, books, videos and audio products as well as holding social gatherings and participating in volunteer work.

http://www.newsweek.com/madonnas-kabbalah-disaster-malawi-66447 for more.

 

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