What exactly is Kabbalah? Kabbalah teaches that the world indeed created. It’s believed that the creator wants everyone to have goodness and fulfillment in life. The Kabbalah teaches each individual about happiness and growth. The individuals are thought about the physical and spiritual laws. It teaches how these two laws can have an impact on how it interacts and influences everyone’s, life. The spiritual rules, according to Kabbalah, have more of a greater influence on people’s lives. The individual learns how the world really operates and how they can live out the life they were meant to have. Kabbalah also teaches that all the love, goodness, joy and happiness people feel comes from the light of the creator.
When people are experiencing good things this comes from the light of the creator. Things such as receiving, tasting and connecting. In Kabbalah there are two natures. The self-alone and the desire to share. The self-nature focuses on ego mentality. The desire to share focuses on giving to others. This connects the individual to the creator of light.
Rav Yehuda Ashlag founded the Kabbalah Centre in 1922. He then passed on the teaching to his student, Rav Yehuda Brandwein in 1955. In 1969 Rev Berg and Karen Berg translated the Kabbalah in many different languages from around the world. There are 50 Kabbalah Centre’s locations worldwide. The Centre offers CD’s, DVD’s, lectures, books, downloads and prayer service. The Kabbalah Centre is a way that like-minded people can share ideas and grow spiritually.
There is also a volunteer program that allows students to share of themselves. They do this by feeding the homeless, clean beaches and visiting the sick. To the Kabbalah student it’s not enough to learn but to make a difference by helping others who really need the help.
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