Kabbalah is an ancient wisdom that originated at the beginning of time, and those who study it, study the universe and apply it to their lives. Throughout history, Kabbalah has been studied only by rabbis and priests of the highest order.
That all changed in 1922 when the first Kabbalah Centre was founded in Israel by Rav Ashtag. When he opened the doors, he invited everyone who was interested in taking classes and talking with the other Kabbalahists. Rav and Karen Berg were two of these early members, and they spent a decade studying under the sage instructors. When they completed their studies, they returned to the U.S. and established the first Kabbalah Centre in America in New York City.
In the 1980s, they founded another Centre in San Francisco and one in Los Angeles, which today is the largest and central Centre of all the Kabbalah Centres in over 40 cities around the globe.
Many celebrities have found Kabbalah to be very helpful for their lives. Years ago, Liz Taylor and Sammy Davis Jr. were members, and Liz Taylor was so involved, she later converted to Judaism, though Kabbalah is not a religion.
In the past decade, Madonna has become a regular member of the L.A. Centre, and she has donated three Kabbalah Centres as gifts. Britteny Spears, Paris Hilton, and Sarah Bernard are a few of the celebrities who joined after Madonna made known her belief. Sarah told the L.A. Times that when she attends the L.A. Kabbalah Centre regularly, 80 percent of the stress in her life is eliminated.
Paris Hilton shared with the Great Britain News that it was the L.A. Kabbalah Centre that helped her to cope when she and Nick Carter broke up. She says she went to the L.A Centre every day and talked about the breakup, and when she goes regularly, Kabbalah helps the members make better decisions. The L.A. Kabbalah Centre holds classes daily as well as streams 24-hours a day on the Internet.
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