Kabbalah Center is a not-for-profit organization based in United States. It was started in Jerusalem but is currently headquartered in Los Angeles. The organization’s primary service is to enhance spiritual knowledge based on Kabbalistic wisdom and the Zohar.
Kabbalah Center operates more than 50 chapters based in Argentina, Canada, Colombia, Mexico, Texas, Puerto Rico, Germany, Russia, and Israel. The chapters expand Kabbalah Center’s courses to its ever-increasing followers.
Kabbalah teachings use a set of philosophical and psychological tactics to interpret various passages from the Bible that have a real effect in different life situations. In earlier days, Kabbalah was practiced by Jewish people but due to the increasing spiritual demand, Kabbalistic teachings are offered even to non-Jewish people.
To alleviate the initial perception that Kabbalah offers its lessons to individuals with an understanding of the Jewish laws, new teachings do not acknowledge any Jewish text. Most of the teachings are centered on a strong belief in astrology. According to Kabbalistic wisdom, life is controlled by various cosmic forces.
Kabbalah teachings recommend kindness as one of the greatest value. Through unconditional sharing, people receive the light of God. Sharing improves one’s life and that of other people. This is the reason why Kabbalah is focused on supporting various charity works and relief organizations working to improve the living standards of individuals.
Over time, Kabbalah Center has attracted students from all walks of life, some of them being celebrities. Madonna is Kabbalah Center’s known star. After joining Kabbalah, she adopted the name Esther and wore a red band on her wrist to symbolize her affiliation with Kabbalah.
Other celebrities who have joined Kabbalah Center include Elizabeth Tailor, Mick Jagger, Lucy Liu, Nicole Richie, James Van Der Beek, Ariana Grande, Alex Rodriguez, and Britney Spears.
Kabbalah center does not substitute any religion. Rather, its teachings are aimed to increase knowledge of different faiths. Its teachings are drawn from Islamic, Christian, Hindu, and Buddhist teachings. Students who are not close to a Kabbalah Center can enroll in an online class. Some of the learning materials that can be accessed online include books, online lectures, and downloadable texts.