The Kabbalah Centre is looking to continue its amazing growth in the 21st century after bringing the ancient writings originally found in Judaism to the attention of people from a wide range of belief systems. Kabbalah has always been hidden by teachers of Judaism who believed it too complex for the uneducated to explore; however, the growth of new age mysticism in the early 20th century brought The Kabbalah Centre a new range of students who were looking to become closer to the wonders of the universe that can be explored with the aid of these ancient teachings.
The history of Kabbalah can be traced back to the dawn of Judaism and the figure of Adam from the Garden of Eden; the teachings of Kabbalah were handed down from Adam through to Moses who is thought to have encoded much of the information in the Zohar in stories of his life. Zohar, the book of teachings of Kabbalah, has a number of books based on the commentary on the writings of Moses, among other subjects like the nature of God and how this figure is reflected in the universe.
Zohar has always been a difficult piece of writing for students to uncover and understand after it was written in a form of Hebrew commonly used in the 2nd century. These works were later published is Spain during the 13th century by the writer Moses de Leon. Students entering the study of the Kabbalah are often looking for a closer relationship to God, which is referred to as the light that brings a wisdom of the entire universe.
People of all belief systems are welcomed into The Kabbalah Centre as the writings they are looking to use for a greater understanding of all aspects of the universe have been developed without a specific religion in mind.
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