Kabbalah is referred to as wisdom that seeks to reveal the relation to the universe and life itself. For so long, Judaism has kept the mysteries of Kabbalah secret. It was practiced in the traditional days. Since the teachings of the Kabbalah seem complicated and often misunderstood by many students, only those entrusted to teach can advise on the practice. Only those with a strong understanding of the Jewish law were deemed fit. As a result, many traditionalists saw the Kabbalah center as a way of mimicking the traditions of ancient Judaism. The Kabbalah Center was formed to enhance knowledge and practice of Kabbalah.
The center began back in 1965 in the United States as a research institute and has grown ever since. Rav Yehuda Tzvi Brandwein was among the founders and became a dean of Yeshivah Kol Yehuda in Israel. Kabbalah centers, however, were in existence in the United States since the year 1922. After the death of the Dean- Yeshivah Kol Yehuda, it took several years to reform the United States Kabbalah Center in New York. The headquarters in Los Angeles become operational 1984, and the sons of the founding family serve as directors and spiritual leaders in Non-Profitable Organization. Kabbalah has very many branches around the world as a forward-thinking charity organization.
The lessons are offered either online, or through the various centers that have been established in various cities and different regions. The Kabbalah center in the US is a brainchild of Philip Berg and Karen Berg. Together as a family, they envisioned the center as a home for training and offering guidance to a wide group of students worldwide. A large staff of teachers, who come from diverse backgrounds, mainly offers Training and Guidance. Since Kabbalah is more of a religious teaching center, people tend to study it with the primary goal of achieving spiritual guidance. That is why it is more of a wise decision to participate in the teachings offered.