Higher Thinking At The Kabbalah Centre
The Kabbalah Centre is a religious organization that was founded in New York in nineteen sixty-five. The Centre was opened by Philip Berg and Rav Yehuda Tzvi Brandwein by the name The National Research Institute of Kabbalah. The organization was predated of Yeshivah Kol Yehuda based in Israel, which was established in nineteen twenty-two. Following Brandwein’s death, Berg spent some time in Israel but then reopened the Centre with his wife Karen. The main headquarters of The Kabbalah Centre were moved to LA California in nineteen eighty-four, where it is still located today. There are, however, now more than fifty locations in cities around the world.
The Kabbalah was originally a tradition of Judaism past among only the most experienced priests. It was a set of mystical beliefs that helped to tie the practical law of the religion to the more mystical and spiritual aspects. The Kabbalah Centre still incorporates the old Jewish traditions but is not limited to only that. The organization incorporates aspects of other religions as well such as Christianity, Islam, and Buddhism. The Kabbalah Center intends for the teachings to be understood as universal truths of the universe that can be applied along with any religion. Most of the root concepts of goodness can be applied to almost any religion. Rather than focusing on any particular god as being true or right it puts more focus on understanding the essence of god no matter what that god may be.
The Kabbalah Centre teaches techniques to reach beyond the small fraction of the universe available to the human senses. The progressive views of the Kabbalah Centre makes it a popular study among celebrities.
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