Celebrities at the L.A. Kabbalah Centre Reduce Chaos and Stress in Their Lives

The study of the ancient wisdom of Kabbalah is attracting more non-Jewish celebrities in Los Angeles who are attending the L.A. Kabbalah Centre. Kabbalah is not a religion, but it is a study of the principles of the universe and how they apply in everyday life.

Until 1922, when the first Kabbalah Centre was founded in Israel, Kabbalah was only studied by rabbis and priests who then passed it down to the next generation. When Rav Ashtag opened the first Centre, the spiritual teachings became available to everyone.

The L.A. Kabbalah Centre was formed in the 1980s by the Bergs who had studied for 10 years under Rav Ashtag. Today, the L.A. Centre is the largest in the United States. By 2017, over 40 cities around the globe have Kabbalah Centres established, and the L.A. Centre is the central location; all of the information, events, and teachings worldwide come through the L.A. Centre.

Karen Berg and her son lead the L.A. Centre, and there is also The Kabbalah Centre online 24 hours a day. When someone is interested, they can begin by taking online classes and learning about Kabbalah. When they decide they want to meet in a brick and mortar Centre, simply go to Kabbalah.com and find the closest Centre. Everyone is welcome.

There are many celebrities who attend classes and meetings at the L.A. Kabbalah Centre who are not Jewish, but they find that the principles they learn help them to make better decisions. Britteny Spears, Paris Hilton, and Sarah Bernhardt agree that when they attend the Centre regularly, the chaos from their hectic lives is greatly reduced.

Elizabeth Taylor and Sammy Davis Jr. were loyal followers and attendees of the L.A. Centre. Sammy Davis found that studying Kabbalah allowed him to come to terms with himself, so he could find acceptance, and Liz Taylor was so involved with Kabbalah that she converted to Judaism later in her life.

Kabbalah originated thousands of years ago when the Jewish population became a nation in Israel. Those who study these principles of the universe have found that it leads to self-fulfillment and discovering joy from within.

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