Kabbalah Center International is a non-profit organization that offers courses on Kabbalistic teachings online, through its city-based centers, and various study groups worldwide. The organization has its headquarters in Los Angeles, California and the development of the center was initiated by Philip Berg and his wife, Karen Berg. The center consists of an international staff of teachers who offers training and guidance to the multi-ethnic student community.
Kabbalah has many meanings that have developed over time. It is an ancient wisdom that includes revealing one’s life work and universe. The goal of the center is to teach the universal wisdom that predates the Bible or religion which can be studied by people with different religious practices. The center has a course of study that teaches the origin of creation, human existence, the journey of the soul, and physical and spiritual laws of the universe. It was founded in 1922, and the teachings have now been diversified in over 40 cities in the U.S. and extensive online presence for the rest of the world.
The mission of Kabbalah Center is to help students improve their lives. To achieve its goals, the center offers all its students spiritual tools based on set principles. The students are then allowed to use the principles to apply as they see fit to make better decisions to benefit their lives. The course aims at helping the students use the tools to create a positive difference in their lives and the society as a whole.
For people who love Madonna and mysticism, the Kabbalah Center could be one of the opportunities they are looking for. Even better, you don’t have to travel all the way to the headquarters in Los Angeles. Kabbalah Center has expressed commitment to reopen a branch in Clayton on September 29 with a grand reopening event. The branch will also offer beginner’s guide to the popular mystical culture and tradition for them to play catch-up with other more experienced students.
The center was initially closed for renovations several weeks to separate the classroom from the bookstore. During the re-opening day, the center will offer short seminars on issues such as relationships and astrology. The study of the Jewish tradition is one thing the center has expressed commitment to make it something universal.
The counselors at the center are highly qualified and experienced to teach the courses. One of the instructors Dr. Rachel Glik based in Clayton has studied Kabbalah for 13 years. According to Glik, Kabbalah helped her overcome life insecurities through making her relationships stronger, her marriage happier, she felt empowered professionally.