The Kabbalah Centre is based in Los Angeles, opened in 1984, and operates as a nonprofit organization. There are also over 50 different branches world-wide.
People interested in learning about religion and way of life can visit the Kabbalah Centre in order to study the practice and different belief systems, as well as receive guidance from the group of on-site staff.
Kabbalah is a way of life that can be traced back at least to the 1300’s, and by the 1900’s it had grown in both popularity and number of people that follow this way of life. This includes everyone from your devout Jewish member, to huge celebrities. Madonna is one such celebrity, and not only does she follow Kabbalah way of life, but she fell so in love with it that she also opened up Kabbalah Centres and heavily invested time and money into the religion.
Madonnna isn’t the only celebrity infatuated with the resources that the Kabbalah Centre has to offer. Stars like the late Elizabeth Taylor and Paris Hilton can also be Kabbalah found in attendance.
When asked why they have become so heavily involved in the religion, their answers spoke to the core concept of what founded Kabbalah Centres. They were drawn to the strength of the overarching culture and to the idea of helping people. Afterall, that is traditionally what the Kabbalah stands for.
Jewish people are long known for their oppression, and the ability to overcome that. It is understandable to want to learn more about a way of living encourages such strength.
While traditional Kabbalah is intended for study by Jewish members over the age of 40, certain members of the religion see no harm in introducing others to the way of life much earlier than that.
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