The number of celebrities visiting The Kabbalah Centre and converting to Judaism has been on the rise in the recent past. Madonna was the first to join and study the Jewish belief and tradition, and even opened multiple Kabbalah centers. Many celebrities have since joined, including Britney Spears, Paris Hilton, the late Marilyn Monroe, and The late Elizabeth Taylor among others. Kabbalah is believed to be wisdom that aids in creating happiness and fulfillment.
Reasons for joining Kabbalah
According to one of the celebrities are preaching to the converted: how Kabbalah keeps on growing and joining Kabbalah helped her deal with life uncertainties. She was able to overcome a breakup by visiting the Kabbalah Centre in Los Angeles; something fellow enthusiasts conquer with. Another noted that he joined to be part of the strength associated with the Jews Coming from thousands of years of oppression. Kabbalah offered him honesty and spiritual peace. One of the central doctrines of the faith is that humans were put on earth to help people. This led some like the late Elizabeth Taylor to become an adept Israel advocate where she even offered herself for the release of Israelis who were held hostage by terrorists. Other celebrities like the late Marilyn Monroe joined Kabbalah because she could not identify herself with Christianity. Due to her difficult upbringing, she was looking for a close-knit family that the Kabbalah Centre provided. Watch amazing videos at Kabbalah Centre International – YouTube channel.
Orthodox Jews who believe that the lessons should only be given to a person who has already converted to the Jewish faith have criticized the issue of studying Kabbalah. People under 40 years should not be taught Kabbalah. Kabbalah revolution leader, the late Rabbi Phillip Berg, noted that he intended to make accessible the struggles of biblical persons by simplifying Kabbalah.
About The Kabbalah Centre
The Kabbalah Centre offers Kabbalah teachings online and through regional centers. The organization is situated in Los Angeles and operates on a non-profit basis.
The Kabbalah Centre first started as The National Research Institute of Kabbalah in the United States in the year 1965 but later rebranded to the current name.