In our modern lives, living with so much technology, it is increasingly easier to feel some level of disconnect, feeling as though we are not as fulfilled as we feel we could be. Kabbalah recognizes that there is a spiritual world much larger that the one we are usually able to access as human beings. Some of that feeling of disconnect can be that we as humans are not tapped into that spiritual world of light that we could be. The universe holds many secrets that are sometimes hard for humans to decipher leading to confusion, pain and suffering. Kabbalah teaches it’s students how to unlock those complexities, bringing understanding and clarity to their lives.
The teachings of Kabbalah are meant to share and impart these wisdoms with the hope that students will apply these teachings to better their lives. It is not a religion in itself, it does not promote blind faith, the teachings only provide students with the tools they can use to apply to their lives to deepen their understanding of the universe. The study of Kabbalah can be applied to each students life on a personal level and can be applied to any existing religion of life.
All races, genders and religions are accepted to the Kabbalah Center to study. Although Kabbalah used to be restricted to older Jewish men who had reached a certain age to be deemed wise enough to take the teachings of Kabbalah into their hands, the modern Kabbalah Center has opened this study to any race, religion or gender. Anyone can get started studying Kabbalah because there are teaching centers in most major cities throughout the USA and Europe. Kabbalah is open to anyone globally and if one of the global centers cannot be accessed there are many online courses that one can take like a modern online study course.
The Kabbalah Center has its roots planted in 1922. Rav Yehuda is the individual that brought about its revitalization. He is the first person to reveal this close wisdom to the people. He has struggled to make it accessible over the years. He passed the mantle of publishing and leadership of enlightening sources to his followers. The history of the Kabbalah stems from this lineage.
The veiled wisdom of Kabbalah
The Kabbalah religion was revealed thousands of years ago. The focus of Kabbalah Center r is to show the concealed knowledge of God. However much the religion is shown, it is considered as a secret wisdom known to the Jewish people. The Kabbalah knowledge was reserved for the elect group because it was presented to Moses from God. For a fact, the Kabbalah study is not limited to global law. However, most Jews viewed it as a general reference to approving dissemination.
According to the tenacious Jews, the reality is that people at the age of 30 could be selected to learn the secret religion. Manuscripts and written material would be used to impart this knowledge to elect. In the future, most of the teachers believed that this wisdom would be taught to many. While the religion was taught to men and women of high integrity in the Jewish community, ignorant people were cast out of the teachings.
In the 19th century, the religion became more profound when unexpected members of the society were prohibited from accessing this knowledge. When the printing press made mass production of the manuscripts, many Jewish written scripts require interpretation since they are written in the native language. Some texts in the manuscripts were coded and written in symbols. Therefore, only the knowledgeable could interpret the teachings.
Because Kabbalah dealt with matters concerning the creator, the main reason was to forbid it from popularity. While the Jewish literature that featured the author, likened God to be seated on a throne setting ethical conduct and setting rules. This wisdom reveals to us the true nature of God and his spiritual teachings to humanity. The book of Zohar is the secret knowledge presented in the purest form.