The Kabbalah Centre Aims to Make a Better World for All

Kabbalah originated as an integral part of Judaism but has found its place in many different belief systems and cultures of today. It seeks to teach the connection between the physical, mortal universe and infinite, eternal and unseen universe. Kabbalists of the past and of today focus on taking action and bettering themselves so they can make a better world.

The Kabbalah Centre has been bringing Kabbalistic teachings to students around the world for nearly a century. The organization was founded in 1922 by Rav Yehuda Ashlag and offers many resources for those seeking to learn the core tenets of Kabbalah and how to apply it to everyday life. In doing so, students have the spiritual tools necessary to change their lives and the world around them in a positive way.

The organization has translated and published many Kabbalistic texts in more than 40 languages, making the teachings more accessible. The Zohar Project prints and donates the Zohar, which centers around imparting the wisdom necessary to end pain, suffering and death, to thousands of people in many different countries.

Students can take advantage of many free resources on the organization’s website. Courses, classes, online lectures and videos, physical locations around the world, and the translated Kabbalistic texts provide a vast selection of material to aid in better understanding Kabbalah.

Kabbalah emphasizes the importance of sharing. This core belief led to the Kabbalah Centre’s volunteer program, Kabbalah Centre Charitable Causes (KCCC). This program allows students to participate in charitable initiatives. The KCCC partners with other charitable organizations to provide humanitarian aid to many causes, including man-made and natural disasters, poverty, and inequality.

Membership is also available for a fee and offers access to weekly advanced classes, live streaming events, community gatherings and their closed Facebook community.