Kabbalah is an ancient strain of mysticism. This form of esoteric thinking originated within the Jewish tradition. Although it remains a feature of Judaism, Kabbalah has also been adapted by Christian, New Age, and other groups.


One key text for those who study Kabbalah is the Zohar. This is a mystical commentary on other foundational Jewish texts. The authorship of the Zohar is a question that is still debated today. Throughout Western history, from the Middle Ages to the present day, the Zohar has been studied and interpreted by intellectuals.

The ideas within Kabbalah are complex. Although Kabbalah proclaims the oneness of God, there is some tension with this idea. A sort of dualism exists, wherein good and evil are seen as separate. In that way, God is seen as the opponent of another force of similar power.


The modern study of Kabbalah has evolved a great deal. In the past, study of the Kabbalah was typically restricted to men of middle age or older.

In 1965, Rav Philip Berg founded The National Research Institute of Kabbalah. Berg and his wife Karen revolutionized the way Kabbalah was taught. One indicator of their break with past methods is that they did not require students to have prior knowledge of Hebrew.


The Kabbalah Centre in Los Angeles was founded in 1984. Its accessibility and spirituality have held great appeal for many in the city. Students include a number of high-profile celebrities from the worlds of music and film. People who have studied at the Kabbalah Centre include Ashton Kutcher, Madonna, and Naomi Campbell.


Teachings at the Kabbalah Centre include a focus on astrology. Tenets include that human senses can only perceive 1% of the world around us. This means 99% of reality is unknown to humans.


By studying Kabbalah and by following Jewish law, Klippot can be removed and the connection widened. This is the important service the Kabbalah Centre provides to its members.


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