Theoretically, Kabbalah teachings are believed to have sprouted from the Jewish religion and only became popular with the setting up of the first Kabbalah Center in Los Angeles, California by Phillip Berg. The teachings, most of which are passed on online or through regional centers, have nevertheless taken global root with subscriptions and setting up of centers all across the world. But what do you stand to learn by enrolling to the Kabbalah teachings?
- How to unravel life’s mystery
Traditionally, the Kabbalah teachings were regarded with utmost secrecy and only taught to devout Jews past the age of 40. Kabbalah teachings are complex and involve decoding life’s true meaning as well as the human being’s relationship and interaction with other forces within the universe. The study lays particular emphasis on astrology holding onto the concept that there exist cosmic powers that control life. The Kabbalah scholars thereby teach individuals how to understand these powers and use them in an attempt to unravel life’s hidden meaning and Kabbalah’s lacrosse camp.
- How to stay in touch with God
Most people consider Kabbalism as a form of religion, but its scholars have consistently published statements to the contrary and only term the study as a complement to the learner’s specific religion. In this regard, unlike most religions that teach the establishment of a direct connection among their believers with God, Kabbalah scholars emphasize that God is beyond human comprehension and only explain the importance of establishing a connection with the essence of God that Kabbalah refers to as light and resume its.
- The teachings about the Klippot
The Kabbalah teachings argue that every individual has a clear and direct connection to a metaphysical-spiritual being whose connections promotes fulfillment in life. They then introduce the concept of the Klippot referring to an imaginative blockade that hinders this connection thereby limiting fulfillment in life. According to the Kabbalah scholars, the study and practice of the Kabbalah teachings and Jewish laws weaken the klippot and in effect promote fulfillment in life. On the other hand, negative thoughts, behaviors, and violence add onto the Klippot thereby leading to confusion in life.