In a world marked by numerous challenges, self-doubt and dissociation with divinity are common occurrences. When faced with misfortunes and failures, many people often resort to questioning their capabilities and the existence of a divine controlling the universe. One of the fundamental challenges to environmental conservation is the lack of understanding of the interconnectedness of the various elements in our environment including plants, animals and the water bodies. Therefore, there is need to bridge this information gap to ensure that humans find solutions to their problems in a holistic manner that takes into consideration the interconnectedness of our universe. Kabbalah Centre has over the years played a critical role in bridging this gap through its spiritual yet non-religious programs aimed at helping individuals achieve self-fulfillment by using their higher consciousness.
Kabbalah Centre has molded its programs based on the premise that humans only use as little as 1% of their consciousness under normal circumstances. This has led to inadequate understanding their inner self and hence difficulties in developing all spheres of their lives. In addition, such partial access of consciousness leads to lack of understanding of the interconnectedness of the various components of the universe. Therefore, adherents are taught value ethics, their role in the universe and levels of soul among others. Kabbalah teachings incorporates and supplements various religious teachings including Buddhism and Judaism. This expands their consciousness and therefore they end up living a more self-fulling life. By understanding the cause-effect of human actions, adherents have managed to overcome life challenges including insecurities and professional progression.
Modus Operandi and Expansion
Kabbalah Centre works on a voluntary basis: adherents volunteer to join their programs while some kabbalah teachers and staff at the center work on voluntary basis. Moreover, the center has a non-discriminatory policy during admission and throughout their programs. It does not discriminate based on religion, gender or sexual orientation. The traditional mysticism teachings offered at the center is also supplemented with other subjects offered to youngsters who are given scholarships. This mode of operation has seen the organization open several centers across the country including Los Angeles, Boca Raton AND Dupont Circle among others while also attracting even celebrities such as Madonna.