Kabbalah, which originated in Judaism, is esoteric school of thought and the definition of the discipline may vary depending on followers. The discipline has evolved through ages from being an integral part of Judaism to getting incorporated into Christianity and occultist adaptations. Kabbalah is made up of esoteric teachings, which seek to explain the relationship between mysterious infinity and the infinite and mortal universe (the creation of God).

Jewish mysticism
Traditional Jewish understanding directs that Kabbalah originated from Eden and was passed and preserved by the privileged few. The Talmudic Judaism offers records that reflect a proper protocol that confirms the teachings and concepts contained in the discipline. Other scholars suggest that different Jewish schools of esotericism began at different periods, so each came up with a reflection that not only incorporated earlier beliefs, but also the cultural milieu relevant for that period of time.

Linguistic mysticism
Kabbalah has also supported details in both Midrashic and Biblical teachings that God is the sole creator. This information was done in Hebrew language and later translated after incorporation into certain religious teachings by different communities. Jews believed that canonical texts and Torah were presented in encoded messages, which had several meanings. This relationship was broadened through different religions after the emergence of Kabbalah.

About the Kabbalah Centre
Kabbalah Centre is a not-for-profit organization that is based in Los Angeles, California. The organization offers both online and centre-based courses on Kabbalistic teachings and the Zohar. The Kabbalah Centre International was established by Philip Berg and his wife Karen Berg as a multi-ethnic international community.

The Kabbalah Centre was launched in the U.S. in 1965, then working as The National Research Kabbalah Institute. The organization later spread to other parts of the world like Israel, where similar beliefs were present from the ancient times and has since grown into a well-established community available in over fifty countries across the world.

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