What is Kabbalah and why it is so popular

Kabbalah is a popular way of life yet to many people it remains a mystery. Kabbalah was established in 1922 by Rav Yeshuda Ashlag. It was established to instill knowledge on people, to endow them with wisdom, and to help them acquire the tools they need to make their lives better and the lives of other people. Rav is the spiritual leader of Kabbalah.

They established a center in Los Angeles that serves as the world headquarter for the organization. The organization has more than 50 offices that are spread out across the world. The offices serve as centers of teachings.

With about 500 to 1000 employees, the organization serves more than 5000 students weekly. Kabbalah employs international staff that serves all ethnic groups. It is described as a way of life rather than a religion.

The organization also delivers its teachings through the use of DVDs, literature and other forms of communication. The teachings that are delivered at the Kabbalah Center are based on the principles of Zohar which is its foundation.

Kabbalah popularity has risen due to several factors. Their tolerance to other religions and support to the community has seen it supported by top celebrities and leaders. Kabbalah helps people understand the meaning of life and the existence of people. It helps people understand why things happen the way they happen in life and people’s behavior in life.

Kabbalah teachings are against ego; ego revolves around the small world in the inside the person. If people follow the torching and lower their ego, they open up themselves to new things and new knowledge that world has to offer.

Humanity through their ignorance has led to the world problems that we are experiencing, people thinking only for themselves have created a huge gap between them and the rest of the world. In turn, everyone focuses on themselves hence creating an individualist spirit.

Kabbalah teachings are so complex and take a lot of time to understand fully. As a result, in the traditional Jewish communities, the deep teachings are only offered to men who are over 40 years old. By following the teachings of Kabbalah, humanity can end modern-day problems such as depression, drug abuse, and terrorism.

 

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