Kabbalah Centre refers to a not-for-profit organization that is working hard to make Kabbalah understandable and become relevant in the normal everyday life. Teachers at the Kabbalah Centre offer students with a number of spiritual tools that adhere to the kabbalistic principles that can be applied by the students as they see fit in order to improve their lives and this will go a long way in making the world a better place. This centre was founded in 1922 by Rav Yehuda Ashlag and has since extended globally with locations span in over 40 cities and a mammoth online presence. Its funds are utilized in funding research and developing new methods aimed at making Kabbalah understandable and accessible.
What does it do?
At Kabbalah Centre, there are a number of things that are done to ensure that Kabbalistic principles are made understandable and accessible. The centre translates and publishes kabbalistic online lectures, texts, classes, audio products, books, develop courses as well as offering one-on-one instructions. Kabbalistic principles emphasize on sharing and hence there are volunteer programs provided to enable students participate in a number of charitable causes.
How are students taught?
Every student has access to a teacher who ensures that they support them thoroughly in their studies. Mentors and teachers form part of Kabbalah’s educational infrastructure. The centre has over 300 teachers based worldwide and there is a study program that is aimed at continuing their development. The teachers offer instructions to students in their physical locations around the globe, study groups, by phone, online via webinars as well as supporting those who prefer self-directed study that is available online or in audio.
What is taught?
At the Centre, students are taught the key Kabbalah Principles which are aimed to ensure people live fulfilled lives. Students are taught that sharing is life’s purpose where people connect to an energy force referred to as the Light when they share. Another principle taught is the awareness of ego which directs people to be selfish, limited, addicted, narrow-minded and irresponsible. Thirdly, students are taught that everyone is equal or one as we all have a spark from the Creator. The other teaching is about people leaving their comfort zones as it creates miracles.