Celebrities are Gravitating to Kabbalah, Read on to Find out Why

Kabbalah is a religion that has captured many people all over the world. Once upon a time it was a carefully guarded religion for men over 40. Rabbis believed that the messages of Kabbalah were too complex and complicated for anyone to understand, thus keeping it away from prying eyes. Things have changed since then and people from all over the world regardless of gender, age, or situation are studying Kabbalah. Even Hollywood celebrities are fascinated with this ancient religion.

Why are these celebrities drawn to Jewish mysticism? The Kabbalah Centre in Los Angeles has many celebrity devout followers from the likes of musicians, actors, and comedians. Paris Hilton, heiress and socialite, found solace in it when she was going through her breakup with boy band singer Nick Carter. She went to the Kabbalah Centre in Los Angeles. She now goes there regularly help deal with life. Comedian Sandra Bernhard spoke to the Los Angeles Times and said it removed at least 80% of the chaos from her life. Sammy Davis wanted to connect with a part of very ancient history. He was emotionally tied to Judaism because he could relate to the type of oppression as a African American to the Jewish people. Elizabeth Taylor converted to Judaism and was a strong advocate for Israel. She even offered herself in trade for 100 Israelis that were being held hostage at the Entebbe Airport by terrorists in 1976. Taylor participated in the documentary called “Genocide: The Story of the Holocaust” and more information click here.

Kabbalah is religion that gives people the skills and tools to remove chaos from their lives and to improve them. It was modernized by Rav Yehuda Ashlag in 1922. He was the first master kabbalist to share the wisdom if this highly guarded religion and learn more about Kabbalah.

In 1984 Philip Berg and his wife opened up the doors to the Kabbalah Centre in Los Angeles, CA. Teachers from the Kabbalah Centre offer the teachings and teachings of Kabbalah. The teachers come from all over the world are a multi-ethnic, diverse group of people who are passionate about teaching the wisdom of this religion. The Kabbalah Centre in Los Angeles is open five days a week, and closed on the weekends and Kabbalah’s lacrosse camp.

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