Origin of Kabbalah Center

Many have been left wondering why most of the Hollywood celebrities have been interested in the Jewish theology and have joined Kabbalah Center for studies. Madonna was the first American star to join the religion and she went further to participate in the center as she studied before being followed by others including; Britney Spears, the late Sammy Davis, Paris Hilton, the late Marilyn Monroe, Sandra Bernhard and the late Elizabeth Tailor. When interviewed by magazines such as Britain’s More magazine, and Los Angeles Times most of them like Sandra mentioned that Kabbalah teachings helped them to eliminate 80% of their chaos in life. Paris Hilton was also quick to say that after her break up with Nick Carter he went to one of the Kabbalah Centers in Los Angeles and there she was given a red bracelet and later her through the teachings her heart found comfort. Nevertheless not all Hollywood stars joined the center for the purpose of peace and comfort, instead, some of them like Sammy Davis only wanted to be a part of the old history and acquire something that was not material and learn more about Kabbalah.

Kabbalah Center is an organization which became in 1922. The Center was founded to protect the Jewish spiritualism for the future generation. The center is a non-profit organization which is located in Los Angeles, California and has been under the leadership of its Director Phillip Berg and his wife Karen Berg. The ancient Jewish center offers its teaching online and through its city-based locations. Kabbalah Center comprises of international teachers and expertise of the Jewish religion that assist the students through the Zohar and Kabbalistic teachings.

The Kabbalah Centre was established in 1965 in the United States of America. The center began as a National Research Institute of Kabbalah by its founders Phillip Berg. In 1984 the Los Angeles Centre was founded being directed by Karen and Michael. Kabbalah Center has been expanding ever since its creations and the Kabbalistic teachings are being taught all over the world with the major branches in locations including; New York, Los Angeles, Toronto, and London. The primary purpose of Kabbalah teachings is to give the world God’s unseen knowledge and read full article.

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