Kabbalah Centres Unite Students of Kabbalah Around the World.

Kabbalah Centres are non-profit organizations where Kabbalah followers can come together to teach students the principles of Kabbalah. There are Kabbalah Centers in 40 cities around the world, and the students study ancient documents in order to understand spiritual laws that will assist them in their lives.

The study of Kabbalah is an ancient wisdom that originated before the Bible when the Earth was young. The first Kabbalah Centre was established in 1922 in Israel by Rav Yehuda Ashlag. Today, almost 100 years later, brick and mortar Centers, the Kabbalah University and online Kabbalah Centre all have a presence in the community and on the Internet where millions are reached every day.

What is Kabbalah?

The Kabbalah Centre, physical or online, provides instructors who have years of experience to teach the principles of Kabbalah. The classes are very practical and can be studied by anyone regardless of their beliefs or faith. Kabbalah is not a religion, but a practical study that develops tools the student can use to improve their lives and bring joy. The heart of Kabbalah is based on the physical and spiritual laws of the universe, the origin of Creation, and the journey each and every soul takes.

The Five Basic Principles Of Kabbalah are:

1) Sharing, which is the basis of life and the way to achieve fulfillment.

2) Balancing the ego, which brings negativity.

3) The existence of religious laws – these are the laws of the universe.

4) We are all one, from the same Creator.

5) Leave your comfort zone for miracles by making yourself uncomfortable for another person.

The Internet offers incredibly more options and information than amazing Centres. The latest expression of the Kabbalah Centres is Spark Magazine.

In each issue, there are articles from the Bergs, current events and projects, and new projects such as the new Kabbalah Youth Initiative. Kabbalah Centres reach those interested close to their location, but Kabbalah.com reaches millions with the basic principles. Improving individuals improves the world.