The Kaballah Center Attracting Those Who Want Answers

Modern man has been searching for the meaning of life and an answer to complex questions about the creation of the world, space and time. In antiquity, the only place to look for such answers was among religious scholars. Before the impact of standardized religion, in a time of pre-history, there is speculation that the concept of the shaman served to answer the deepest questions and fears of the common man. There has always been a need for answers and when there is a need a business oriented world supplies the answer to that demand.

The Kaballah movement provides the answers to those seeking the deeper meaning of life. This movement has been a part of the Jewish faith for millennia. Those in the synagogue felt that the answers to such questions could only be given to men who had reached 40 years of age. Now the Kaballah movement is being offered to anyone who wishes to do the required study to understand the complexity of the Kaballah.

Religion is changing in America and around the world. Many in America are turning away from Christianity whose adherents are the old and conservative. This new Kaballah movement has created interest in the young and religiously unaffiliated population in the United States of America.

The Kaballah Center is located in Los Angeles. It was founded in 1922 by Rav Yehuda Ashlag but has grown in size and covered the world with locations in over 40 countries. The Kaballah movement has utilized the Internet as an important form of teaching the Kaballah to all who have an interest. This Kaballah movement is a part of the Jewish faith but being Jewish is not a pre-requisite to begin the study.

The interest in Kaballah may be due to the rising number of recognizable personalities joining the movement. Madonna, Mick Jagger, Britney Spears, Roseanne Barr, Sandra Bernhard, Ashton Kutcher, Demi Moore, Lucy Liu, Alex Rodriguez, Rosie O’Donnell, Naomi Campbell, Donna Karan, and Paris Hilton have all been members of the Kaballah movement.

Explore the Kaballah movement at their website http://www.kabbalah.com/about

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