Kabbalah Centre is a nonprofit organization headquartered in Los Angeles that teaches on the Kabbalah spiritual wisdom. In this center, followers are taught by Kabbalistic sages on how to activate the potential for greatness. Rav Yehuda Ashlag established the center in 1922. The center boasts that it is largest organization that disseminates Kabbalah wisdom.
Phillip Berg and his wife were the initiators who open up the way for the Kabbalah presentations. Though the center, its followers are taught how to understand complexities of the universe either material or non-material. Consequently, they are shown the details of elimination of pain and suffering as well as chaos. Though it does not rely on paid workers, the Kabbalah Centre relies on the valuable contribution of volunteers.
From the center, its worldwide locations are facilitated to study Kabbalah teachings every week. The teachings are mainly online and provide lectures, prayers, downloads and books among others. Founded on the Zohar, the teachings from Kabbalah help in decoding (Torah) biblical spiritual system as well as mysteries. Kabbalah Center has also been influential in the advancement of scholarly studies through its aim of better life and world.
To stand out in a true way of life, Kabbalah.com teaches students who are then set free to implement them. Through self implementation of the teachings, the followers believe that they holistically improve the world standards. The global expansion of Kabbalah Center’s physical locations is believed to come from the advancement of its teachings. According to Berg, the mission of the center is to “reveal a critical mass of light in the world.”
According to that, it has charitable causes that support needy people both materially and collaborating with other organizations. The center mainly targets people disadvantaged by disasters, poverty and other inequalities such as gender.
In line with this, it has participated in charitable causes such as the Hurricane Katrina and the Indian Ocean tsunami. As a result, it has managed to sponsor over six thousand students globally.