The tradition of Hollywood celebrities turning to Kabbalah has spanned several decades. Madonna’s interest sparked a chain of other A-listers to follow. But just what exactly is motivating these stars, most of which are non-Jewish, to become so interested in the 5,000 year old Jewish mysticism of Kabbalah?
The is the question that a feature article on Jerusalem Online seeks to answer.
The piece took an in-depth look at why stars seek out the teachings of Kabbalah and what they hope to gain in the process. The article opens with a few snippets from celebrities on why they chose to go to the Kabbalah Centre. One celeb says that Kabbala removed 80% of her life’s chaos. Paris Hilton notes that she drove straight to the Kabbalah Centre to get a new red string bracelet after a breakup. There is even a quote from Sammy Davis on how Kabbalah made him feel a part of something everlasting and learn more about Kabbalah.
The Kabbalah Centre is a non-profit organization that was founded in 1922 by Rav Yehuda Ashlag. The Centre now spans the globe.
The Kabbalah Centre in Los Angeles is one of the premier destinations where celebrities turn to learn Kabbalah. The Centre prides itself on being open to anyone who wants to learn about the ancient wisdom of Kabbalah. The school teaches Kabbalah, but it does not do it in the traditional way of making it a scholarly type study. Instead, they approach it as a means to create a better life for yourself and a better world for others.
The Los Angeles Kabbalah Centre teaches from the Zohar and offers teachings every week of the year at no cost. There are also many events and open groups and discussions that bring a sense of true community to the Centre. There is a full multi-ethnic staff at the Kabbalah Centre there to welcome newcomers and facilitate learning and Kabbalah’s lacrosse camp.
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