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Los Angeles, CA may be the home of The Kabbalah Centre International, but the roots and reach of the Zohar and the ancient teachings of Kabbalah are virtually limitless. There are so many different ways to receive the impactful knowledge of The Kabbalah Centre, regardless of where you are. The Kabbalah Centre is a place for students and teachers to gather together to learn and to help the world around them. The first teachers of Kabbalah would be very proud to see how far their work has come. It’s important to maintain a connection to the source of where these teachings derived from, and this is why Rav Berg and his wife Karen Berg began hosting spiritual pilgrimages for their students. For over three decades, students of The Kabbalah Centre have been able to go on Energy Tours that were designed to raise their senses and to stir their souls. During these Energy Tours students are able to walk in the same paths that the master teachers before them have walked. The guides take them into areas where miracles were performed, communities were built, and sacred texts were uncovered and taught. Since the makeup of The Kabbalah Center students is so diverse there are different language translators who also come on this tour for easier interpretation of the information being shared. Meditation, tapping into the sacred energy of the surroundings, and spiritual learning are all a part of this excursion. The Kabbalah Centre is a wonderful place to learn about these sacred teachings, and it’s a true gift to be able to visit the roots of where this wisdom came from.

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A New Celebrity Trend or a Calling? – Celebrities’ Fascination with the Kabbalah

More and more non-Jewish celebrities are becoming increasingly fascinated with the Kabbalah ever since Madonna exhibited great interest in it. Considering that the Kabbalah is a spiritual (some would argue religion) teaching, this new rising trend among celebrities who are not known for spirituality is raising eyebrows.

What is the Kabbalah?

Kabbalah is an ancient set of Jewish wisdom teachings that are considered the soul of the Torah. These teachings are claimed to connect their learners with the creator and give a clearer perspective of how the world and the universe work.

The Kabbalah was once accessible only to practicing Jews aged at least 40 years. However, the late Rabbi Philip Berg made it accessible to everyone when he set up the Kabbalah Center in Hollywood.

An Enticing Mystery

Many celebrities haven opened up about studying the Kabbalah for its alleged wisdom mysteries. The list includes notable names such as Madonna, Britney Spears, Paris Hilton, Sammy Davis, Elizabeth Taylor, Paris Hilton, and Marilyn Monroe. Some celebrities have become so fascinated that they have converted to Judaism while others have strengthened their Christian heritage.

Each celebrity has had a different experience after studying the Kabbalah. For some celebrities such as Paris Hilton, studying the Kabbalah has been a way to cope with hardships such as her breakup with Nick Carter. For others, however, it has had a much deeper effect.

Sandra Bernhard, for instance, said that studying the ancient teachings helped her eliminate about 80% of the chaos in her life of fame. The late Sammy Davis, on the other hand, said that the Kabbalah was a way for him to connect with the 5000-year-old Jewish history and heritage. He felt that he connected with the Jewish people’s suffering over the years owing to his heritage as an African American. Elizabeth Taylor shared just as much passion for the heritage and became a vocal supporter of Israel when she became interested in the Kabbalah.

Criticism

Conservative Jews and rabbis have been critical of non-Jewish people’s, and particularly celebrities’, interest in studying the Kabbalah. They have been skeptical of the celebrities’ intentions considering the cases of celebrities such as Britney Spears who viewed the teaching as a shelter only for tough times.