Expansive Thinking and Life Practices can be Learned at Kabbalah Center

The practice of Kabbalah is somewhat of a mystery to many people, but everyone can gain from the wisdom Kabbalah places on connectivity and mindfulness.

This can be seen in a variety of ways- for example, unlike many faiths, Kabbalah does not focus on abstaining from pleasurable activities. Instead, Kabbalists are encouraged to find enjoyment in the activities of life in a balanced way. For example, instead of choosing to not partake of a desired dessert, a Kabbalist would focus more on finding a way to connect with another and enjoy the experience with them.

The Kabbalah Centre (based in Los Angeles, CA) can help a congregant learn how to incorporate the principle of enjoying and sharing an experience without going too far and over-indulging. While choosing clothing for the day is important, it is important not to boast or brag, but to present oneself in a way that stimulates connectivity with others and allows the practitioner to be prepared to serve others as needed.

Kabbalistic teachings are paired with texts from the Zohar to provide courses from the Kabbalah Center now online and in local centers in many areas of the country. The Kabbalah Center curriculum was developed by Phillip and Karen Berg and is taught by a diverse staff proud to offer guidance to students the world over.

Historically the Kabbalah was viewed as only available to Jewish men over 40 with a great deal of education in Jewish doctrine. The Kabbalah Centre has broken down these barriers to offer the wisdom of Kabbalistic teachings to all. Rav Berg, the founder of the Kabbalah Centre, believed in the power of cosmic forces impact on daily life, and wrote many texts on astrology and accessing extra-sensory perception as a way of understanding self and God.

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Kabbalah-Spreading the Good

Kabbalah has been around for centuries and is a way that one can find not only deeper connections with other people, but with the universe, as well. The main focus of Kabbalah is to find a greater meaning in all of our actions and thoughts. Kabbalah is used to connect people in many different ways.Kabbalah places a lot of importance on the afterlife and teaches that the life we live on earth is not that important and it teaches that we should not abstain form our desires or feel bad for having them. Kabbalah teaches that we should feel good without overindulging and that even our clothing has meaning. Kabbalah teaches that even the very act of getting dressed is a way that we can express ourselves and are a very important part of your first impression on others.

The Kabbalah Center was founded in 1984 by Philip Berg and is a non-profit organization that provide many courses on Zohar and Kabbalistic teachings. These teachings are available online, in the Kabbalah regional centers, and through study groups around the world. Kabballah was developed by Karen Berg and Philip Berg and together with their multi-ethnic staff, they are teaching and guiding their student population globally.

The Center is involved in many charitable works such as the humanitarian aid and the financial relief to anyone affected by disasters, whether natural or manmade. They also help to support people who are afflicted by poverty or gender inequality. The Kabballah Center has greatly assisted victims of Hurricane Katrina, 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami, and 2010 Haiti earthquake. They have also partnered with the Red Cross efforts and many other community-based organizations in order to help any and all in their time of need. Kabbalah is all about doing good and being a good Samaritan.