Role of the Kabbalah Center in the Society

About Kabbalah Centre

The Kabbalah Centre International is a registered non-profit organization with over 50 branches globally. They provide courses on the Zohar and Kabbalistic teachings online and through study group at regional and city-based centers. Their approach to Kabbalistic teachings does not require students to have prior knowledge of Hebrew and Jewish teachings. Kabbalah Center International was founded in 1965 by Rav Philip Berg and Rav Yehuda TzviBrandwein as the United States’ National Research Center. Brandwein was named the dean of YeshivahKol Yehuda in Israel, a predecessor of the Kabbalah Centers founded in 1922. Later on, Philip Berg together with his wife, Karen, re-established the Kabbalah Centre in the USA. Following Rav Berg’s death, Karen and Michael became the administrators and spiritual teachers of the Kabbalah Center International.

Teachings of the Kabbalah Center

The teachings of the Kabbalah Centre uses the Zohar to decode the mysteries described in the Torah. Their teachings help one to navigate any form of chaos, pain, and suffering. They also explain the complexities of the material and the nonmaterial universe. Furthermore, Kabbalistic teachings describe physical and spiritual nature of humanity. Besides, the facility offers supportive teachings that promote spiritual growth, exchange of ideas, and development of relationships in the society. Kabbalah’s learning resources can be accessed in all its branches and online sites. You can find them in the form of journals, lectures, and downloads. Some of the online sites that provide these resources are Eventbrite and Amazon and more information click here.

The Kabbalah Centre encourages volunteer work to serve the society while gaining industrial experience. Karen Berg, one of Kabbalah Center’s directors, said that one must contribute towards community initiatives to improve the quality of life. According to Karen Berg, lasting fulfillment comes when one’s soul is fed through unconditional sharing. Sharing forms the cornerstone of the volunteer programs at the Kabbalah Centre. As such, volunteering allows one to be part of the society and advance light in the world. Volunteer opportunities are available locally and internationally through the Kabbalah Center’s website.