Human beings are constantly trying to find their purpose. One way to do that is to follow the teachings of the Kabbalah. It teaches connection with other human beings as well as with the cosmos. The idea is the more people learn the way of the Kabbalah the more connections will be available to the adherents.Unlike most religions of the world where desire must be killed for one to find Nirvana, heaven or true freedom, Kabbalah teaches its followers to yield to their desires. The idea is that in yielding to desire, one may find that they are better connected to those around them. In the same breath, the Kabbalah teaches restraint. One should not gorge themselves with food or any other thing they may desire but be content.
How Kabbalah keeps on growing and teaches that life on earth is as important as life after death. Kabbalists must endeavor to help those around them and find fulfillment in that they have made a fellow human being’s life easier. The student also learns that they must make an attempt to do their best to ensure their group’s success than work on their victory. It also teaches that there is meaning in all things.
About the Kabbalah Centre
The Kabbalah Centre was formed in 1984 by Philip Berg and is situated in Los Angeles, California. It is a not-for-profit organization and has more than 50 branches in the world today. It provides teachings on the Kabbalah to students within the center and the web. The teachers are of different cultural, racial and national backgrounds.Besides its religious roles, the center is involved in philanthropy and donates to various charities through Charitable Causes; an initiative of the Kabbalah Center. It has made donations to The American Red Cross, Habitat for Humanity and Partners in Health. Some of its followers include Naomi Campbell, Ashton Kutcher, and Sandra Bernhard