Kabbalah is an international non-profit religion organization that offers Zohar and Kabbalistic online courses. It is located in Los Angeles, California and was opened in 1984. Apart from providing online courses, it also provides teaching through their city-based centres and study groups. International teachers offer Kabbalistic teachings and guidance.
Philip Berg and Rav Yehuda Brandwein founded the Centre in 1965, as the National Research Institute of Kabbalah. After the death of Yehuda, Philip Berg together with his wife Karen reestablished Kabbalah Centre in New York City. The organization has more than fifty international branches. In their teachings, they refer the essence of God as light. They emphasize that one should be mainly concerned with their affiliation with God and not God Himself.
What people thought about Kabbalah teachings.
The Rabbis assumed that the teachings of Kabbalah were so challenging and furtive. They believed that they could not be taught to fervent students until they attained the age of forty years. Consequently, some conformists had seen the Kabbalah Centre as a distortion of Judaism’s ancient and mysterious numinous custom.
How does Kabbalah organization function?
Their sole purpose is based on dissemination of spiritual information, tools, and knowledge that can help people in improving their lives. Their Physical and online centres provide teachers, books, CDs and prayer services. Zohar translates universal spiritual system designated within the Bible. The organization has received cognizance worldwide. The Kabbalah Centre is a supplement but not an alternative to any religion in particular. It views all widely held divine beliefs as merely distinct divisions of common knowledge.
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