Kabbalah is a group of esoteric teaching, which explains the relationship that exists between the invariable, everlasting, and mysterious Ein SOF (infinity) and the worldly and finite universe. Although many religious denominations use Kabbalah wisdom, it does not subscribe to any religious denomination. Instead, Kabbalah creates a solid foundation of mystical religious interpretation. It aims to explain the nature of the world and the human beings, the purpose of existence, and provide answers to many other ontological questions.
Origin of Kabbalah
Kabbalah borrows many of its aspects from Jewish tradition, and Kabbalists usually utilize classical Jewish sources to offer explanation and demonstration of its mysterious teachings. These teachings are usually held by Judaism’ followers to explain the deeper meaning of both Rabbinic literature and Hebrew Bible as well as their previously secret transmitted dimension. They also define the relevance of Jewish religious observances.
Application of Kabbalah in real life
Kabbalah is a feature of Torah, which means “instructions” or “guidance.” Every teaching in this ancient wisdom specializes in offering instructions that can help people to live a better life. The purpose of Kabbalistic teaching is to provide the learners the necessary inspiration they need in their daily lives. It offers them practical guidance and direction.
Is it possible to get creative with Kabbalah?
A received wisdom offers no room for creativity or originality. The Zohar says that creating new ideas and calling them Torah is like creating an idol. The new idea is just like representing God in a false way.
The Kabbalah Center is a California-based non-profit organization that offers courses on Kabbalistic teachings via an online platform and its city-based, regional centers, and study groups across the globe. Rav Yehuda Ashlag founded the organization back in 1922. The mission of Kabbalah Center is to equip people with necessary tools for bettering their lives and make the world a peaceful place. As a trusted provider of Kabbalistic teaching, with 50 locations globally and over 5,000 studying each week, the Kabbalah Center offers physical locations as well as online learning.
The teachings are disseminated through lectures, prayer services, books, CD’s, download, and DVD’s. The Kabbalah Center teaches its student the Zohar, which is the foundational divine text of Kabbalistic knowledge and writings of great Kabbalists in the world. The organization avails a favorable environment in which students can grow spiritually, learn new ideas, and forge meaningful relationships with goal-oriented and ambitious people.