The ancient belief of Kabbalah has been practiced since the Jewish population was formed in Israel over 5,000 years ago, but Kabbalah is not a religion. It is a spiritual mysticism, which has had a second awakening since the first Kabbalah Centre was founded in Israel by Rav Ashtag. Up until this point, the study of Kabbalah was only shared by the high priests and rabbis of the Jewish religion. When the Kabbalah Centre was opened in 1922, it allowed anyone to study and pursue the principles for their lives.
Now, almost a century later, there are many movie stars in Hollywood who are finding satisfaction and joy from participating in this spiritualism. Marilyn Monroe, Elizabeth Taylor, Madonna, Brittany Spears, and Paris Hilton are only a few who have found strength in the practical principles of Kabbalah.
Kabbalah is not a religion; it is a study of the ancient principles that have improved peoples lives for centuries. Madonna says that she feels a release of 80 percent of the chaos and stress that is in her life, and many say that they find joy when they go to the Los Angeles Kabbalah Centre on a regular basis.
The Centres are also a place of fellowship where students come together for coffee or dinners that are held regularly. One of the most important parts of following Kabbalah is being a part of volunteer days to help those less fortunate than yourself in the communities. This practice also teaches the student the power of giving into another’s life.
The Los Angeles Kabbalah Centre is the central Kabbalah Centre for all of the Centres around the world, and an online Kabbalah Centre is streaming 24 hours a day from L.A. I