The international Kabbalah Center is a Los Angeles-based non-profit organization that provides Kabbalistic teachings and courses in Zohar through the city-based regional centers and online. Dr. Philip Berg, and his wife Karen Berg, is the philosopher who developed the Kabbalah presentation the international Kabbalah Center has an international, Multi-ethnic staff of teachers that offer the Kabbalistic guidance and study to its universal student community.
In the past, Rabbis believed that the mysteries of the Kabbalah religion were so complicated for the conventional understanding of a human being. Therefore they only misunderstood that the teachings would only be taught to the most religious students aged 40. For this reason, some traditional Rabbis continue to judge this religion as a perversion of its true Judaism secretive and ancient mystic tradition.
In 1965, the International Kabbalah Center founded in the United States as the Kabbalah Institute of National Research by Rav Yehuda and Philip Berg. The Yeshivah Kol in Israel was in turn led by Rav Yehuda. This was the most prominent prosecutor in the United States Kabbalah Centers founded in 1922. When Rav Yehuda dies, Philip Berg and his wife Karen Berg re-established the United States Kabbalah Center in New York after several years in Israel.
The Los Angeles Kabbalah Center was opened in 1984. Karen Berg and Michael, after the death of Rav Berg, acted as the spiritual leaders and directors of the organization. This is a non-profit organization with more than 50 branches in the world. New York City, Los Angeles, Toronto, and London are among the many branches of the religion.
The Kabbalah teaching approaches the education from a critical point of view. Students start the etchings from the Jewish and Hebrew knowledge texts for clear understanding.
According to the stakeholders of Kabbalah, all the widely-held religious and spiritual beliefs are the branches of universal knowledge. The Kabbalah Wisdom is the root of all wisdom. This religion has a close resemblance to Islam, Christianity, Judaism, and Buddhism. According to this belief, the International Kaballah Center does not present its knowledge and beliefs as an alternative to any other religion. However, it is a supplement.