Many people have become aware that numerous Hollywood superstars are Kabbalah followers. Kabbalah has been gaining popularity in the last two decades. As a result, more high profile individuals are consistently drawn into its way of life.
This may prompt many people to ask what Kabbalah is. Kabbalah was first introduced to USA and the world out of the Jewish community by Rav Yehuda who opened the first center in Los Angeles. Kabbalah’s definition is “that which is received” and is the knowledge passed to the people through its teaching that gives people the wisdom to deal with life
To receive the wisdom, one has to open his or her heart to new ways and be accommodative of others. When Rav Yehuda began the center, his aim was to offer a center of knowledge for the Jews that were living in US.
Little did he know that several decades later, Kabbalah centers would have spread out throughout the world and the teachings spread out far beyond his thoughts through the books and several media tools.
Ashton Kutcher, Paris Hilton, Madonna, among other well-known people throughout the world, have been linked to Kabbalah after making their support for the practice public. Ashton Kutcher even took time off and traveled to Israel to attend the burial of a Rav. These supporters of Kabbalah are known for wearing red strings on their hands.
A former FBI agent, who is a follower of Kabbalah, says that it helped him find himself and get the answers he has been seeking about life. Don Ellis runs a law practice and a company that specializes in the provision of bodyguards.
Don says that he tried teaching on different religions and forms of worship, but none of them seemed to work out for him until one day he tried a series of Kabbalah teachings from a CD. He claims that he has never looked back. Since there are no Kabbalah centers in his neighborhood, he relies on media devices to follow the teachings.
The Kabbalah centers serve people from all walks of life. Their staff is also culturally diverse to help appeal to people from different parts of the world.