Kabbalah Centre Draws Attention To Jewish Tradition

Madonna found herself so drawn to Jewish traditions that she decided to learn more about the religion. In doing so, she decided to open up multiple Kabbalah Centres so that she could allow other people to share in the knowledge and learning and create  network of learning. She has drawn the interest of other famous people like Britney Spears, Elizabeth Taylor, Marilyn Monrow, and Paris Hilton. Some people are curious as to why these people are suddenly so interested in learning about the Jewish religion. One woman, Sandra Bernhard, attributes her success in life to Kabbalah Centre. She believes that it solved the majority of the issues she was previously experiencing. The Kabbalah Centre center helps her cope with her life and feel better about herself. This is due to the wisdom and support that she was provided within the school.

The Kabbalah Centre is found in Lose Angeles, California and they seek to provide knowledge to their students about the study of Kabbalah. It is a non-profit organization and they focus on Kabbalistic teachings and on the Zohar. The center was created by Philip Berg in 1984 and now they have a group of teachers that come from all over the world and seek to expand their teachings all over the world.

The Kabbalah Centre center takes a unique approach by accepting all types of students and they also accept people who have no previous knowledge on the subject of Jewish or Hebrew books. The Kabbalah Centre is known as a supplement to religion and not a religion itself. They study their relationship with God because they believe that is far more important than what exactly God is. God is beyond human understanding so instead work to strengthen their bond with Him.

The Kabbalah Centre focuses on providing information on Klippot, which is the belief that every person is connected to the spiritual world. First you have to get passed Klippot which blocks you from the Light. In order to rid yourself of Klippot, you must learn more about Jewish law and practice the teaching that are discussed at the Kabbalah Centre.

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