The Kabbalah Centre is a not-for-profit organization that teaches the doctrines of Kabbalah to enroll students. The teachers at Kabbalah Centre provide learners with spiritual tools founded on Kabbalistic doctrines that learners can then apply as they deem fit in order to improve their individual lives — in doing so, improve the world. Rav Yehuda Ashlag was the founding father of the Centre in 1992. Today, the Centre spans internationally with physical locations in over 40 cities and a widespread online presence.
Interested persons can enroll at any nearby Kabbalah Centre to study Kabbalah. So, what is Kabbalah? Well, it’s an ancient knowledge that provides applied tools for creating happiness and eternal fulfillment. Essentially, we always want good health, financial security and happy relationships. Unluckily, many people are resigned on a given level to the travails of life. One day, you are happy; the next day you are feeling sad. Can situations start well and continue to get better every day rather than fluctuate? Indeed, there’s a way. By studying Kabbalah, you will learn how to negotiate the travails of life and get rid of any form of pain, chaos, and anguish.
At any Kabbalah Centre, students are taught 5 key principles of the Kabbalah wisdom. First, students are encouraged to share in order to receive life fulfillment. Secondly, understanding and balance of the negatives and positives propagated by the ego are emphasized. Third, the existence of spiritual laws that influence people’s lives. Next, the understanding that all humans are one and must be treated with utmost dignity. Lastly, rising from your comfort zone in order to help others enhances positivity in life.
The Kabbalah Centre employs different ways to help learners understand the key Kabbalistic principles. For example, the Centre creates courses, classes, books, audio products as well as online course and lectures. The Centre also organizes spiritual retreats and trips to energy sites, closely associated with renowned Kabbalists. Additionally, the Centre also engages in volunteer initiatives that emphasize sharing including feeding the poor, visiting the sick and cleaning the beaches. Last but not least, the Centre has a mentor program that provides new learners with an experienced tutor or mentor to help them effectively understand the Kabbalistic doctrines and teachings.