What Is Kabbalah?
Kabbalah has been highly romanticized over the years. Thanks to celebrities and the media, people have this idea in their heads on what Kabbalah really is. Usually, what people think it is, has no connection to Jewish mysticism. It is one of the most understood parts of Judaism, because of such disconnections from the Jewish mysticism.
Kabbalah is literally translated as – Receiving/Tradition – and is a method, school, and discipline of thought that originated in Judaism. It is a set of teachings that are meant to explain the relationship between an unchanging, eternal, and mysterious infinity (Ein Sof). It is not a religious denomination but forms the foundations of mystical religious interpretation. It seeks to define the purpose of the universe and the human being, the purpose of existence, and other ontological question. It also provides methods of which one can understand these concepts and obtain spiritual realism.
The Kabbalah Centre
The Kabbalah Centre was established in 1922 by Rav Yehuda Ashlang. It is the world’s largest international organisation that is dedicated to the teachings and wisdom of Kabbalah. The sole purpose of the Kabbalah Centre is to equip followers with the right tools and wisdom, so they can improve their lives and remove chaos from their world.
It has 50 locations worldwide and has more than 5,000 teachings each week. It offers in person teachings and on-line learning that covers lectures, prayer services, books, downloads, CD’s, and DVDs.
The Kabbalah Centre’s teachings are based on the Zohar and the writings of the world’s great Kabbalists. The Zohar is the foundation sacred text of kabbalistic wisdom. The Zohar decoders the universal spiritual system and mysteries described within the Torah.
The Kabbalah Centre is not only supportive, but it’s a community that provides students with the environment to grow spiritly. It allows each to exchange ideas and develop relationships with like-minded people.
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