Holly Wood Stars Take on Kabbalah

Many Holly Wood stars, who are not of Jewish descent, have decided to take on the kabbalah teachings as a way of improving their lives. Despite their positive intentions, the old Jewish leaders have criticized the move, saying the Kabbalah teachings are only meant for Jews who are over 40 years old. Moreover, they claim that the knowledge is meant to be sacred and not shared with the public. Nevertheless, the Kabbalah center founders Berg and Karen believe that the teachings should be shared to enlighten people.

Many Hollywood stars took on the kabbalah direction as an influence of Madonna. Madonna not only took kabbalah classes but also started several such centers with the intention of enrolling more people and spreading the good news. Consequently, she influenced a person like Britney Spears, who says Kabbalah gave her peace when it was rainy in her life. However, Britney dropped the teachings and says that she would pick them on another rainy day and more information click here.

Paris Hilton, another celebrity, says that the teachings helped her cope with the breakup with her boyfriend. She says that she went to the Kabbalah center in LA and confessed to the class. She was then given a coping bracelet, which has so far helped her cope with the situation. Sandra Bernhard, another celebrity, also purported that Kabbalah eliminated 80% of her problems and Kabbalah’s Website.

Kabbalah Center

The Kabbalah Center was established in Jerusalem by Rav Yehuda Ashlag in 1922. Later his student Rav Yehuda Brandwein became his successor. Brandwein then passed the button down to Rav Berg, who is the current director alongside his wife Karen Berg and their two sons Yehuda and Michael. The Kabbalah Center is the largest international learning institution that is meant to disseminate the Kabbalah wisdom. The institute has a vision of giving people the wisdom as well as the tools that help them improve their lives and eliminate chaos from their world.

The center provides physical locations to the users as well as online classes. The curriculum mainly consists of prayer services, lectures, downloads, books, DVDs, and CDs. Kabbalah teachings are mainly drawn from the Torah or Bible and it helps its students to grow spiritually.

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