Facts about Kabbalah and the history of Kabbalah Center

Kabbalah is a practice that has been in existence for centuries. It is based on ancient wisdom, and seeks to reveal how life works. It establishes a connection between the human life and the universe. According to information collected from so many years ago, the practice focuses religion on helping people to receive fulfilment in their lives.

It is all about receiving fulfilment

Kabbalah focuses majorly on revelations that people feel less fulfilled all the time. Loosely translated as “to receive”, it is based on the understanding that no matter how happy a person is, there is a time on their lives when they feel unfilled. This is the time that they should know how to find that elusive fulfillment by first overcoming the feeling. One of the most baffling teachings under this practice is that as people seek fulfilment, it becomes even more elusive.

Connecting to the energy

It also teaches that fulfilment is more than the simple things that make people happy. Just because one is in high spirits at one point does not mean that they are fulfilled. In fact, that feeling is most of the time temporary and so, it is important to look for a more permanent solution. It is important for every individual to focus on connecting to the energy. Real long-lasting fulfilment depends on how long one can stay connected to this energy.

About the Kabbalah Center

Before being established as a non-profit organization in various parts of the world, the Kabbalah center started in Israel although it went by a different name. In the United States, the center was founded in 1965 by Phillip Berg together with his wife Karen Berg. It was a re-establishment of the Israel chapter after the death of one of the founders Yehuda Tzvi Brandwein. They decided to start the center again in New York City by convincing people to join them and learn about fulfillment.

Form New York City, they opened another center in Los Angeles in 1984. Although Phillip Berg Died, Karen still runs the center as a spiritual teacher. Today, there are over fifty other Kabbalah branches including in Toronto and London.

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