The Teachings of the Kabbalah Centre

For many years now, the multi-ethnic and multi-faceted teaching team at Kabbalah Centre International has made it their mission to bring the ancient and mystic teachings of Kabbalah and the Zohar to any who choose to seek it. With offices spread all over the globe, the Kabbalah Centre has grown to be one of the largest teachings of the Kabbalah in the world.

The approach to teaching the Kabbalah adopted by the Kabbalah Centre has always been begin with the lessons that require no or little knowledge of previous Hebrew or Jewish texts. This unique approach has made the Kabbalah Centre International popular among followers of all religions and walks of life.

There are several different aspects and points of the Kabbalah Centre’s unique approach to the teaching of the Kabbalah and the Zohar. Astrology plays an important role in the teachings of the Kabbalah Centre. The belief is astrology is and has always been an important part of Judaism. Throughout the Middle ages, astrology was studied by Jewish scholars and forward-thinkers. The Kabbalah tradition of a cosmic force affecting everything and the belief that understanding this cosmic force can be powerful for an aspiring Kabbalist.

The concept of Klippot is a Kabbalistic concept taught by the teachers and rabbis at the Kabbalah Centre International. Klippot represents a blockage between us and the spiritual world of Light. Acts of violence and negative behavior will add to this Klippot. It is only through the study and practice of Kabbalah teachings and Jewish law that one can clear this Klippot and reach a more clear connection with the Light.

An overall message of inclusion is incorporated into the Kabbalah Centre and its teachings. Instead of attempting to take over any religious belief, the Kabbalah Centre prefers to be a supplement to the student’s personal religious and spiritual beliefs.

Accessing the Gifts of the Sabbath at the Kabbalah Centre

Each week, people spent time doing lots of things that may feel quite rushed. People get up the morning, fuss with their kids and then run out the door. They do not always have the time to spend time thinking about important spiritual matters. This is why so many people in the world have chosen to spend at least one day each week thinking about something else besides their busy lives. Taking the time to refresh and reconnect with the needs of the soul is an important task. Those at the Kabbalah Centre know just how much it makes sense to take time out each week during the Sabbath in order to let go of the cares of the week and find a time to relax and stop being so busy and so full of worry. Their aim is to help each person who studies with them discover just much they can learn from a single day of quiet in their lives. The Sabbath is not just a chance to do nothing.

 

A Spiritual Time

During the Sabbath, those at the Kabbalah Centre teach their students to learn to look inside of themselves in order to find a sense of peace that might be otherwise lacking. They know that a day that is devoted to love, prayer and looking after the soul is one that allows people to time to reconnect with all that is around them. Time that is spent in prayer is time that they know they is devoted to god and time that is about being with the soul. The soul needs some time to rest just as much as other parts of the body. When the soul has the opportunity to be allowed to recharge, the soul can have time to grow just as surely as the body does. Each Sabbath they teach all of their students to learn what it is that they can do once a week in order to honor their soul inside and watch as it grows ever stronger at all times. With help from the Kabbalah Center, the soul can grow.

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