The history of the Kabbalah Center traces back to 1922 when the pioneer of the institution, Rav Yehuda Ashlag started making the first steps to modernize the ancient wisdom and make it accessible to the outside world. Since then, the mantle of the leadership has been passed down to different leaders over the years, all who have remained committed to the goals and mission of the first Rav who founded the Kabbalah Center. As the teachings of the Kabbalah have been made more available and accessible to the outside world, an unlikely group of people has become attracted to the practice and take it up as part of their daily routine. This group, consisting mainly of Hollywood superstars, has professed to have attained significant benefits from Kabbalah teachings and practices.
American superstars’ dalliance with the Kabbalah tradition started when mega pop star Lady Madonna started engaging in the practice, going to the extent of funding a Kabbalah Center herself. Since then, many stars have followed in her footsteps, among them Lady Gaga, Paris Hilton, Sandra Bernhard, Britney Spears and the late Elizabeth Taylor, Marylyn Monroe, and Sammy Davis. All these American celebrities have attested to Kabbalah’s transformational power and its ability to accord those who practice it internal peace. Sandra Bernhard testifies that the practice of Kabbalah practices and teachings had helped eliminate over 80% of all the chaos in her life. Britney Spears intimated that it was the Kabbalah Center that helped get over a nasty break up which had taken a toll on her peace and emotional stability. Each of the superstars involved with Kabbalah testifies just how practical the teachings are and how effective the practices are in enhancing personal peace and happiness and learn more about Kabbalah.
Kabbalah is often defined as a secret wisdom and part of Jewish mysticism. It is understood among many as wisdom which seeks to establish an understanding of God and his designs over both the seen and the unseen world. It is an old wisdom, passed from one generation to the next through word of mouth. Kabbalah was traditionally preserved only for a few members of society, comprising mostly of married men of 40 years and above. The knowledge has now been made public through the Kabbalah Center, and many attest to its transformational power and more information click here.