Kabbalah Centre and its Philanthropic Work for the Betterment of the World

Rav Yehuda Ashlag started the first Kabbalah Centre in 1922, but today has physical centres in many major cities around the world and has good online reach as well. The teachers at the Kabbalah centre equip the students with the spiritual tools that are based on the kabbalistic teachings and which can be applied to the real life not just to improve their lives but to make the world a better place for everyone. They do not teach Kabbalah as a scholarly study but as a way of life.

The organization also offers video courses to those who are unable to attend their classes physically. For those who want to start, the basic Kabbalah Level 1 course is appropriate for all the new students. This course forms the foundation of the teachings at the Kabbalah centre. Some of the topics that are included in the course are the purpose of life, power of sharing, the big picture of life and much more. Once a person registers, they are provided with their username and password via mail which they can use to access their video course online. People can also order books on the wisdom of Kabbalah from their website and get them delivered directly to their homes.

Many people think that the teachings of Kabbalah are ancient, but in reality, the teachings of Kabbalah can be easily applied in today’s life and different situations one face in life. The Kabbalah centre aims to provide individuals with clarity on their life issues and share ways to help them overcome them. They also upload their teaching videos and discussions on their website on topics ranging from parenting, meditation, reincarnation, steps to prosperity and much more. Anyone with a desire to learn can approach them and increase their knowledge through their online or offline courses.