Kabbalah is a traditional wisdom that has existed for many centuries. It strives to expound how the universe and human life work. The term Kabbalah means, “To receive.” Therefore, it is a detailed study of how people can receive happiness and contentment in their lives. At times, you may feel that you are not happy or contented as you should be. Paradoxically, the more you strive to attain that contentment, the more it escapes from you. Fulfillment is about connecting to the energy of being happy and maintaining that connection until genuine and long-term satisfaction is attained.
Kabbalah focuses on teaching people on how to live a better life free of stress and worries. It enlightens its learners that all branches of their lives (health, careers, and relationships) originate from the same trunk as well as the same root. Kabbalah is a unique way of identifying the world that can link you to the form of long-lasting fulfillment you seek.
Kabbalah teaches common principles, which apply to all individual despite their faith, origin, religions, and ethnicity. The ancient wisdom encourages people to be free thinkers and open-minded- no one will force you to think or behave in a specific way.
The Kabbalah Centre
The Kabbalah Centre is a globally recognized non-profitable organization that specializes in ensuring Kabbalistic are understandable and applicable to everyday life. Its teachers give students spiritual tools that borrow most of their aspects from Kabbalistic principles that student can use to improve their lives and make the world a safer place. Rav Yehuda Ashlag founded the Centre back in 1922, and currently, it spans around the world with bring-and-mortar locations in over 40 locations and an incredible online presence.
Therefore, Kabbalah can be learned by anyone irrespective of his or her religion, faith, or path. Offering the teachings from a lineage of veteran Kabbalists, the Centre delivers a course of study that expounds the origin of Creation, the real and spiritual laws of the world such as human existence as well as the journey of the soul.