Values taught at the Kabbalah Centre

The Kabbalah Centre is a non-profit organization which finds its roots back in 1922. It was established by Rav Yehuda Ashlag, who was succeeded by Rav Yehuda Tzvi Brandwein, one of his students. Rav Yehuda later handed over to Rav Berg. Kabbalah centre has grown widely across the world with over 40 capitals plus a broad online capacity. The centre has instructors whose aim is to impart its learners with Kabbalistic values. The doctrines learn from the Kabbalah Centre assist its students to develop their lives, thereby improving the society and the world at large.

 

Kabbalah Centre aims at teaching five main values. The students are taught the virtue of sharing what they have with the less fortunate. Sharing is a source of joy and satisfaction. When people share, they become selfless and connect to The Deity. Kabbalah Centre also aims at enabling its students become mindful of their ego and how to balance it. The ego, if not well attended to, can be harmful to other people since one is made to believe that s/he is better than others. However, if one is able to balance his/her ego, one is inspired to act and know how to do so.

 

The other value taught at Kabbalah Centre is the existence of natural laws that have an effect of people. For instance, our lives are as a result of our actions- whether positive or negative. Another value instilled at Kabbalah center is the value of oneness. This means that no one is self-sufficient. Everyone has a role to play to avert global issues like poverty and conflict. This means that people can’t have a meaningful life if others are in anguish. Finally, Kabballah Centre coaches on how to get out of our comfort zone, become selfless and assist those in need.

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