Many people have been asking themselves why several non-Jewish Hollywood celebrities take interest in the Kabbalah. Here are some supporting explanations as to why this has been a growing and constant trend over the years.
Many Hollywood celebrities have shown interest in the Kabbalah. Madonna is very keen on this Jewish mysticism and has opened Kabbalah centers. Many other celebrities including pop and fashion icons such as Britney Spears, Paris Hilton, and Sandra Bernhard were Kabbalah followers. It is also important that other celebrities that are no longer among us such as Elizabeth Taylor, Marilyn Monroe, and Sammy Davis Jr. were also Kabbalah followers.
Many celebrities have told the public that Kabbalah helps them restore order in their lives. The Kabbalah is said to be ancient wisdom that supplies practical instruments that help establish joy and fulfillment that lasts. The Kabbalah changes the way its followers view the world. The Kabbalah is intended to be studied by Jews that are at least 40 years old, but many Hollywood celebrities believe in simplifying the Kabbalah and relating some of its aspects to modern life and make it relevant to contemporary situations in life and learn more about Kabbalah.
A very important place to learn about the Kabbalah is in Los Angelis, California. As an NGO (non-profit organization), the Kabbalah Centre International, offers courses that focus on the Zohar as well as Kabbalistic guiding and teachings that are featured online and also in study groups that meet up in city based cities that are regional. The Kabbalah is also studied in worldwide study groups with the Kabbalah Centre. At the Kabbalah Centre International, their Kabbalah presentation was developed by Philip Berg, who is the director and by Karen Berg, who is married to Philip Berg. The Kabbalah Centre International’s teachers are part of an international, multi-ethnic staff that offer studies and guidance to better understand the Kabbalah and how it can help its students worldwide and more information click here.
It is a traditional belief, that many Rabbis support, that the Kabbalah’s mysteries are so complex that they were to be studied exclusively by dedicated male Jews that were at least 40 years old. The Kabbalah Centre does not endorse this belief and believes that it is able to help all kinds of people understand the valuable teachings of the Kabbalah.