Kabbalah Center is a non-for-profit organization based in Los Angeles. Kabbalah is the ancient wisdom that provides practical tools for creating lasting fulfillment and joy. The teachings are available online as well as through Kabbalah’s regional centers and study groups around the world. Kabbalistic teachings also include Zohar.
Kabbalah dates back 1922. It was founded by Rav Yehuda Ashlag who modernized the practice and made it more accessible to people all around the world. He passed down his leadership to his apprentice, Rav Yehuda Tzvi Brandwein, who eventually apprenticed Rav Berg. This lineage roots the history of Kabbalah Center.
Many celebrities from Hollywood have been enthralled about this practice. Madonna was one of the first celebrities to practice Kabbalah. She was so fascinated by this Jewish way of life that she opened up several Kabbalah centers in the country. Many other celebrities have followed suit and are openly getting the spiritual peace they have been yearning. Some of the famous figures who embraced this culture include Sammy Davis, Britney Spears, Elizabeth Taylor, Sandra Bernhard, and Paris Hilton.
Sandra Bernhard has had a very troubling life in Hollywood. From ugly break ups to controversial hook ups, Sandra has seen it all. However, according to the Los Angeles Times, she stated that she is a regular student of the Kabbalah Center and it has really helped her get rid of her chaotic life. Paris Hilton also confessed that after her nasty breakup with her longtime partner, Nick Carter, she sort refuge at a Kabbalah Center which did her good. She says that she still frequents the place for guidance.
Britney Spears agreed with the other celebrities by stating that the practice is peaceful. She believes in the need for helping others in the society and Kabbalah concurred with her beliefs. Her long-time friend, Madonna, introduced her to it. On the other hand, Sammy Davis joined Kabbalah because he wanted to be part of the history which was about 5,000 years old. Apart from the giving him inner peace, he also appreciated the strength that the Jews showcased over the years to make Kabbalah what it is today.