According to the Kabbalah Centre, Kabbalah contains the secrets of the universe and is the key to understanding the mysteries of the human heart and soul. For those who struggle with past hurts and progressive blockages, Kabbalah can help. Within every human live the potential for greatness. Kabbalah unlocks that greatness.
Perhaps the most unique aspect of Kabbalah, and what sets it apart from many religions is that it is not meant simply as a series of texts to be read and remembered, but rather as a tool to improve one’s very life, bringing clarity, understanding and freedom, and in the end, escaping death. Learn, Transform, Connect: The Kabbalah Centre’s three pronged approach to discovering the Kabbalah encourages those interested to first learn as much as they can through online resources and written texts, and then to connect with others through the Kabbalah Centre’s 40 physical centers and/or hundreds of study groups.
Students can enhance their understanding of their spiritual journeys by embarking on physical guided tours of Sacred Spaces such as Israel and Morocco, with highly qualified teachers whose sole purpose is to help their students stimulate their senses and awaken their souls.
The Kabbalah Centre states, “Kabbalah is not a philosophy. Kabbalah is work to be done.” Nowhere is this more clear than in their impressive breadth of charitable initiatives. Those at the Centre have done much good work, helping to heal the hurts of natural tragedies such as Hurricane Katrina, Superstorm Sandy, and the unfortunate man-made tragedies of poverty, gender inequality and hunger.
If you are interested in learning more about Kabbalah, consider exploring the many options offered by the Kabbalah Centre. A non-profit organization founded in 1922 by Rav Yehuda Ashlag, the Kabbalah Centre serves by providing an education to those who seek a greater understanding of kabbalistic principles and how they can be utilized in their own lives. Teachers guide students in using the spiritual tools to benefit themselves, while leaving a better world behind. Students who are unable to afford the education are encouraged to apply for a scholarship. Follow the Kabbalah Centre on Twitter @kabbalahcentre to learn more.
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