Kabbalah and its Teachings

Kabbalah does not see itself as a form of competition to other religions but as a supplement to all existing religions. It focuses more in teaching about the essence of God as He is beyond comprehension and so much about God himself. There are stern rules regarding using sexual energy to make oneself more balanced and in touch with the universe. The system aligns with ancient teachings from Judaism. Kabbalah embraces the belief that all individuals have direct energy link to the light known as Klippot, their term for God. Only through teachings of ancient law and meditation can the Klippot be unblocked while negativity and violence only act to block Klippot.

Astrology is a thing that the followers of Kabbalah hold in high regard. It is their belief that astrology was suppressed almost 2000 years ago by the rabbi’s teachings but has always been a part of Jewish teachings. They also believe that for a better understanding of oneself, it is important to understand how cosmic forces work for these cosmic forces impact everything in life.

About Kabbalah Centre

Kabbalah centre is a non profit organisation that offers religious teachings. The organisation is based out of Los Angeles, California. The offer teaching through their several regional centres and also has online lessons as well. Kabbalah centre has study groups also in Europe and across the world. Kabbalah centre also organised a group called team Kabbalah made up of thousands of volunteers who are tasked with spreading the word about Kabbalah across the world. They are also tasked with dispelling the myths which are associated with this belief system.

The Kabbalah centre was founded in 1965 by Karen Berg and Phillip, and it has a large celebrity following. One of the celebrities known to have embraced the religion publicly for many years is Madonna. The centre has had great success in making this religion more acceptable to the masses through their close ties with top celebrities. Kabbalah centre has made attempts to develop a foundation in Africa to help eradicate poverty in children as they also teach them about this belief system. However, several factors shuttered the project to learn more: http://www.nytimes.com/2008/04/13/magazine/13kabbalah-t.html click here.