The Pillars of the Kabbalah Center’s Teachings
Religion shapes the lives of many people regardless of whether they chose their religion or followed their parents’ or guardians’ religion. Many people adopt the religion that they are born in or introduced by their parents or mentors. Kabbalah News Here.
Kabbalah stands out due to its uniqueness; it is often associated with Judaism but the Crusaders of Kabbalah say that it is more of a supplementary to any of their followers’ religion. It is taught in simple modern forms of learning that are simple and do not require the student to understand Jewish or Hebrew language.
The Kabbalah even acknowledges some of the events that are mentioned in the Bible. For example, the story about the crossing of the Red Sea in the Bible is reflected on in the teachings of Kabbalah. The Kabbalah followers acknowledge the crossing of the Red Sea as a historical event that happened.
The Followers of Kabbalah students are taught to believe that the Bible is a wise book that instills wisdom on its readers. The stories in the bible are meant to instill the codes to life. The Bible offers moral guidance and acts as a reference to the universal law.
The Kabbalah teaches that every being has a connection to an upper authority. However, this connection is not accessible to us directly because it is blocked from us by klippot. The klippot prevents the energy of the spirits from gaining access to our bodies.
The Kabbalah believes in astrology with its teachings explaining that astrology has always been part of Judaism. Staunch followers of the religion, like the founder of the Kabbalah Center, has written several books about astrology.
The teachings of Kabbalah also have several teachings and references about sex. The teachings recommend that masturbation is a bad practice because the semen ejaculated during the activity are shed without an intention to make love.
The Kabbalah Center International is a teaching center for Kabbalah that is located in Los ageless. The center facilitates teaching through its chapters and online platforms. The center has international teachers who are multi-ethnic.
The nonprofit organization was founded over 50 years ago by Rav Yehuda Ashlag. It has many branches worldwide with major offices in North America and Europe.