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Understanding the Kabbalah Teachings

Philip Berg, his wife, and two sons are the current spiritual leaders of Kabbalah Center. Kabbalah Center is a religious non-governmental organization with its head offices based in New York City, Los Angeles, London, and Toronto. They have other offices in 50 regions in Asia, Middle East, Europe and other parts of United States.

The organization offers spiritual courses based on the Zohar and Kabbalistic teachings to its students. The Kabbalistic teachings are not based on Hebrew or Jewish foundations and neither do they substitute any religion. Instead, they add more religious knowledge to students from different faiths. Click Here for Kabbalah News.

The Kabbalistic teachings are based on five main principles.

  1. The first principal recommends that sharing is the only way that one can receive fulfillment. Generous sharing overpowers all negative forces and gives one a chance to connect with the divine power, Light.
  2. Ego is the main source of all evil acts like selfishness, irresponsibility, and hatred. However, ego motivates one to work either righteously or in an evil way, it is one’s duty to choose the direction of his actions.
  3. There are spiritual powers that control every aspect of life.
  4. Every man has a spark of the creator that unites us into one. For this reason, you must treat every human with dignity since you cannot acquire the infinite source of goodness while others are suffering.
  5. Giving ourselves to help others is a source of goodness and fulfillment to our lives.

The teachings are mainly designed with an aim if improving life by teaching values that can be used to improve the status of their lives alongside those of other people. Due to its unifying teachings, many notable personalities have joined the movement to improve unity relations and peace across the world. Some of the public figures in the movement include Madonna, James Van Der Beek, Donna Karan, Kyle Richards, Ariana Grande, Jerry Hall, Alex Rodriguez, and Sandra Bernhard.

Kabbalah Center gives its followers vital insights that eliminate hatred among all people in the world. Kabbalah educational materials can be accessed online in the form of eBooks and downloadable texts. for more.


Ashton Kutcher and Mia Kunis among Celebrities who attended Philip Berg’s Funeral

Philip Berg was the chief dean of Kabbalah Center International, a not-for-profit organization that spread the teaching of Kabbalah throughout the world. He was among the key figures of the organization since 1956 enabling it to grow in size and reputation.

Rabbi Berg’s funeral was held in Safed, Israel. His burial brought together more than 5000 people dressed in white who came to give final respect to the rabbi. Berg died from a stroke that has been affecting his well-being since it first struck him in 2004. His age according to the medical records 84 years but the Kabbalah Center stated that he was 86 years old at the time of his death.

Berg expanded the traditional view of the Kabbalah Center on who could receive the Kabbalah teachings and their philosophy. While he believed that only a few selected scholars should receive the teaching, he maintained that the few should utilize the knowledge instilled in them to share the wealth of wisdom with all humanity.

Rabbi Berg had gained popularity over the years and influenced many people to adopt the Kabbalah teachings. The charismatic teachings of the center attracted many people to the Kabbalah teachings including renowned celebrities such as Madonna and Britney Spears.

Phillip Berg’s influence had a wide reach that saw a Hollywood couple, Ashton Kutcher and Mia Kunis, leave their busy schedule for September 18th to travel to Israel to offer their last respect to the rabbi. They were also accompanied by a renowned designer, Donna Karan.

Rabbi Berg was married to Karen who helped him in developing and running the Kabbalah Center. Together they had two sons, Yehuda and Michael. The two sons will continue with the leadership of the organization. With centers throughout the world, Yehuda and Michael have a lot of work ahead trying to fill the shoes of their late father.

The Kabbalah Center was founded to facilitate and spread the teaching of the values of Kabbalah. It succeeded in its cause and spread to reach many parts of the world. It established centers throughout Europe, South America, and North America.

The center enjoys the services of different international teachers that come from different cultural backgrounds who can relate to different people from various parts of the world.