Jewish mysticism has turned out to be quite intriguing, and many people; including celebrities have expressed their interest in it. The infamous Madonna found the Kabbalah so riveting that she opened up multiple kabbalah centers. She also made huge investments in an attempt to study and understand this Jewish tradition.
Madonna was not in this alone. Others like Paris Hilton, the late Marilyn Monroe, and Sandra Bernhard exhibited a similar attraction to Jewish Kabbalah.
What exactly draws people to this tradition?
It helps people survive their bad days
Everyone has had their bad days. Most people have talked about finding peace in a Kabbalah Centre when their minds were just about to explode. Sandra Bernhard revealed to the Los Angeles Times that kabbalah quietens the chaos in his life.
When Paris Hilton decided to part ways with her ex-husband, Nick Carter, she only found solace when she visited Kabbalah Centre located in Los Angeles.
It helps people understand the world and life itself
Chabad emphasizes the fact that Kabbalah is the “soul of the Torah.” It provides coherent plan and structure for the universe hence enabling individuals to understand different aspects of life.
The foundation of The Kabbalah Centre was laid by Rav Yehuda in 1922. He was the first master kabbalist who guarded the tradition and made attempts to make it accessible to people. He was then succeeded by Rav Yehuda Brandwein who was one of his students.
The Kabbalah Centre
The teachings of the Centre are found on the Zohar. It decodes all the mysteries involved as well as the spiritual system that is found in the Holy Bible.
The Kabbalah Centre is a community that offers students a supportive environment to grow spiritually develop relationships with other people with the same opinions and interests. It also runs a volunteer program which allows people to share with others in a way that improves the quality of life and betters the world.
It is this program that makes the foundation of the Kabbalah Centre.
Under normal circumstances, only Jews past the age of 40 are supposed to study Kabbalah, but its fulfilling impacts has drawn other people, regardless of race and religion.