At some point in life, we feel that we are not as fulfilled as we ought to be. Ironically, the harder we try to realize that fulfillment, the more it evades us. Fulfillment does not mean a short-term feeling of happiness or experiencing brief senses of wellbeing but rather connecting to the energy and maintaining that connection to realize long-term fulfillment.
Kabbalah is an ancient model for living that teaches that all the branches of our lives including relationships, career, and health originate from the same root. Kabbalah is an ancient model of how the universe works at the core level. It teaches us to view the world in a way that can connect us to the sort of long-lasting fulfillment we seek.
Kabbalah teaches universal doctrines that apply to people of different faiths, religions, and ethnicities. What pushes most people to study Kabbalah is the fact that everyone has their own way of thinking and Kabbalah does not force anyone to think in a given way. Kabbalah only shares with you the Kabbalistic teachings and it is up to you to apply them to your life with the aim of improving it.
The Kabbalah Centre
The Kabbalah Centre is headquartered in Los Angeles, California. The non-profit organization offers lessons on the Zohar and Kabbalistic teachings online and through its physical centres across the world. This organization helps its students understand and apply Kabbalistic teachings to their lives. The Kabbalah Centre has professional multi-ethnic, international teachers that offer training and teachings to its worldwide student community.
History of the Kabbalah
The Kabbalah Centre International was founded in the U.S. in 1965 by Philip Berg (Feivel Gruberger) and Rav Yehuda Tzvi Brandwein. At the time, Brandwein was the dean of the precursor of the US Kabbalah Centres, Yeshivah Kol Yehuda (founded in1922). Philip Berg and his wife Karen Berg later re-established the U.S. Kabbalah Centre in New York after the death of Brandwein.
Originally The National Research Institute of Kabbalah, the organization has more than fifty branch offices worldwide with main ones in Los Angeles, London, New York City, and Toronto.