For many years now celebrities in Hollywood have become intrigued with Jewish mysticism. By learning old Jewish traditions, and some have even converted to Judaism in the process. Various celebrities have chosen the path, but their reason for doing so varies. By studying the Kabbalah teachings, one can grasp in practical ways that bring joy and fulfillment in their lives. Madonna started the trend for most of them. Taking an interest in Jewish mysticism and was inspired to disseminate the word of Kabbalah globally, believing people were put on earth to help others in need. Madonna has even opened her Kabbalah.
Sandra Bernhard joined the Kabbalah Centre with the intention of eliminating the chaotic elements in her life to bring herself inner peace. Paris Hilton joined the Kabbalah when she was facing a tough break the Kabbalah Centre helped her cope with the situation. Sammy Davis felt the need to be part of the ancient history the connection between the oppression of the Jews the constraints faced by African American people over the years drew him to Judaism and learn more about Kabbalah.
Elizabeth Taylor on the other hand first supported Simon Weisenthal Centre, later becoming an Israel advocate and converted to Judaism. Some celebrities like Marilyn Monroe and Britney Spears did not, however, stick to this belief which has met criticism from the Orthodox Jew society believe that the teachings are meant for Jews over 40 years. However, before the death of Rabbi Philip Berg, he noted that the incorporation of the Kabbalah teachings and aspects of modern life relevance is acceptable and Kabbalah’s Website.
Kabbalah Centre is a global organization established in 1922 by Rav Yehuda Ashlag in Jerusalem. The whole concept of the Kabbalah was to spread the ancient wisdom of the Jewish tradition globally. Its objective is to help people adopt knowledge that will aid them in improving their way of life and do away with the chaos they face. Basing its teachings on Zohar, it unlocks mysteries in the Torah.
Kabbalah Centre located in Los Angeles equips students with spiritual growth, gives them an opportunity to exchange their ideas with like-minded people. Rav Yehuda Ashlag passed the Kabbalah teaching to his dedicated student Rav Yehuda Tzvi Brandwein who was succeeded by Rav Phillip Berg. Currently, there are approximately 50 locations of Kabbalah Centers which offer 5,000 studies in a week. The teachings can be either physical or reviewed online and Kabbalah’s lacrosse camp.
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