Some people went to a religious house of worship growing up, and came out dry and unfulfilled. Why? The teachers there did not make their instruction relevant for the daily grind. Nice stories from religion are interesting, but sometimes the application is less than obvious. Kabbalah is different. Kabbalah takes very practical life wisdom from Jewish tradition and makes it accessible to everyone, regardless of their ethnic background or affiliation.
In Kabbalah, you learn basic functional principles that make your life much easier, such as the Golden Rule, compassion, generosity, humility, and courage. All of these character traits are strangely absent from many who regularly attend a place of worship. The Kabbalah Centre deeply regrets this common phenomenon. As you develop your life plan, your teacher at the Kabbalah Centre will show you the basic virtues, and then help you design a program for improvement. You will see heightened efficiency, lower stress, and more wealth as a result of following it.
The principles practiced by the ancients are very relevant for today. The sad fact is that most people are unwilling to consider that they need help. And if they know it, they are too proud to seek it. The Kabbalah Centre tries to preserve a diverse and inclusive environment where every person can feel at home. Our teachers know that every person wants acceptance.
As you consider whether to join a Kabbalah Centre, you might have some questions or concerns. Common ones we get are, “Is this like weird sorcery?” The answer is no. Kabbalah is very practical wisdom that you can take with you throughout your life. The misconceptions that people have often choke their growth, and keep them from learning from those who are different than them.
The wisest people always consider the possibility that they could be wrong. They seek help from those who are more experienced and effective in areas where they are weak. Having a circle of mentors who are devoted to adding to your life can make you a very fulfilled and influential individual. People like it when you listen to them. They hate it when you do not. If you are one of those rare people who like to listen, you will find an unending supply of followers who like you.
The Kabbalah Centre is international and very diverse in its student population. We look forward to hearing and learning from you.