The Kabbalah Religion and The Kabbalah Center International In Los Angeles

Kabbalah is the form o Judaism in a mystical way. In plain language, it is referred to as the Jewish mysticism that dates back to the era of the second Temple. This is approximately four decades before the coming of Jesus Christ. For many years now, the Kabbalah religion has been in existence as a carefully safeguarded mouth tradition before it became dispersed and systemized in the middle era ages. The world view of the Kabbalists was most importantly expressed by Yalkut Re’uveni in 1960 by Reuben Hoeshke. The religion has also made way into the prayer books, ethics, and popular custom books.

The Kabbalah focus is the immanence and the simultaneous transcendence of God. With the latter in the description regarding the sefirot which are the man attributes of God. In total, ten main sefirot come from God, and they are the ones he used in creating the universe. Each of the sefirot has a very correspondence in the life if a human being. This is the hidden aspect of God and his religion to humanity, and that can better be understood by revelation and speculation. The hidden side of God is often referred as the feminine side of God which complements the external and masculine in the Tanach. This aspect or rather the female side of God is also called the Shekhinah which is traditionally referred to the divine presence as well as the light that is associated with it.

In addition to the divine and modern Kabbalah, it includes the magic, astrology teachings, numerology as well as an incorporation of eastern ideas like the chakras and the auras. Hebrew was formed by the infinite being and has intrinsic holiness and meaning. Every letter that is in the Kabbalist religion is a reality that God created.

The Kabbalah Centre International is a nonprofit based organization that has its headquarters in Los Angeles, California. It provides courses in Kabbalistic and Zohar teachings through online and the city based center for the teachings and the study groups.

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