The ancient Jewish teaching of Kabbalah has long been shrouded in mystery, but The Kabbalah Centre has made a major impact for the last half century in bringing this form of mysticism into the light. In many ways Kabbalah is all about connections and making sure each individual who builds a strong connection to their fellow human beings throughout their life by allowing them the chance to explore the connections they make with other humans and the universe as a whole.
The key to Kabbalah in the view of The Kabbalah Centre is not to obtain happiness, but to develop such a deep understanding of the universe that we are able to see the greatest level of interest in the everyday tasks and actions from the simplest to what may seem to be the most important. The studies undertaken with The Kabbalah Centre focus on ensuring the afterlife we pass along to will be successful and understood by those who follow these ancient Jewish teachings as followers attempt to live their lives in a way that makes sure life is as successful as possible at all times.
The teachings of Kabbalah are said to have first been handed to Adam in the Garden of Eden by the light that surrounds everything in the world, and has been passed down along the patriarchs of Judaism ever since to keep this oral tradition alive; before the work of The Kabbalah Centre only Jewish males over 40 were even considered to follow this teaching as it was deemed to complex for the ordinary mind to understand.In the 21st century there are many ways to follow and learn from the teachings brought to the everyday attention of the public by Rabbi Philip Berg and his wife Karen through The Kabbalah Centre, including attending one of the ever increasing physical locations of The Kabbalah Centre or exploring the many Online courses now available.