The Kabbalah Religion

Kaballah is the form of Judaism that is mystical. In plain language, Kabballah refers to the mysticism in Jewish that dates back to the times 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 one of the most carefully guarded mouth tradition before it was first dispersed and systemized in the Middle Ages. The Kabbalistic view of the world was expressed as the most important in the Yelkut Reā€™uveni in 1660 by Reuben Hoeshke. It also made its way into the prayer books as well as the ethics and customs books.

The Kabbalah Centre’s focus is one that is very simultaneous in immanence as well as transcendence of the Creator. With the latter and formerly described in the sefirot, it gives its attribute to God there are ten sefirots in the entire universe, and it is with these sefirot that God used in creating the world. Each human being has a fraction of the sefirot. Each human being has a similar quality. Speculation and revelation re the ways that can best describe the aspect of the human being as well as his relationship with God. The hidden side of God is also referred to as the feminine side of God. This complements the fact that there is a masculine r external side of God according to Tanach. There is also a female side or the aspect of the female side of God. It is also called the Shekinah which is traditionally referred to as the divine presence and is often associated with the light.

To add to that unique insight of the divine nature, the modern Kabbalah also includes the teachings in astrology, magic as well as neurology that also incorporates the eastern ideas like the chakras and the auras.

The Kabbalah Centre international is a nonprofit organization that has its headquarters situated in Los Angeles California. It is an institution that provides the teachings of the religion online as well as the city-based centers that are located in most parts of the world.