Kabbalah is an organization that was started by Philip Berg and his wife, Karen Berg. Kabbalah is a nonprofit organization offering religious courses for free. Kabbalah courses can be accessed both online and offline. The organization has a website that provides the classes for the people who can’t make visit Kabbalah center physically. For people who can visit Kabbalah centers, there are kabbalah teachers across the world who offer the courses in study groups. The people who teach Kabbalah are multi-ethnic, and they are dedicated to offering the training to their students across the world. Kabbalah Centre’s website https://www.kabbalah.com/
Kabbalah has a strong connection to Judaism, this scares people to learn Kabbalah because they think understanding Judaism as a Pre-requisite which is not. People wishing to learn Kabbalah are not required to know anything related Jewish or reading the Jewish texts. The only thing that is needed for one to start learning Kabbalah is commitment.
According to the Kabbalah leaders, Kabbalah is not an alternative to any of the religion. It is not a religion although it shares beliefs with Muslims, Christianity, Judaism and Buddhism among others. Kabbalah is a supplement to these religions since it cannot stand on its own.
The teaching of Kabbalah is related those of the Bible. The related teachings include passage of the red sea. The teachings of the Bible are taught in Kabbalah and Zohar course. The spiritual leader of Kabbalah and who is also the son of Karen Berg, Yehuda Berg has compiled teachings from the bible for the Kabbalah course.
Since Kabbalah was started 1914, Kabbalah has continued gain popularity and reaching more and more people from different religions across the world. People thinking that Kabbalah is a religion has been a major setback for Kabbalah growth.
Kabbalah has it organization headquarters located in Los Angeles which was set up in the year 1914 as the organization was launched. During the organization’s early days, Philip, Karen, and their sons operated from the Los Angeles offices before they expanded. Today Kabbalah has over 50 physical branches across the world. The major branches of Kabbalah are located in New York City, Toronto, London and Los Angeles.