Despite the common notion that Kabbalah is meant for Jews, more non-Jews are joining the Jewish mysticism. One of the most famous Hollywood stars to join Kabbalah was Madonna. Her interest in the ancient Jewish tradition has seen her invest heavily in knowing about its teachings. The pop star has also been involved in the opening of more than one Kabbalah Centre. In addition, other notable personalities, including Paris Hilton, Britney Spears, the late Elizabeth Taylor, and late Marilyn Monroe have all studied Kabbalah. Many people seek to know why non-Jewish celebrities are interested in the Jewish Kabbalah.
Sandra Bernhard asserted that by studying Kabbalah, 80 percent of the displeasure in her life ended. For Paris Hilton, joining Kabbalah Centre in Los Angeles helped her to cop with her breakup with Nick Carter. These claims are in line with the information available on Kabbalah Centre’s website. According to the site, studying the ancient wisdom provides students with practical tools that can help them to have joy and a lasting fulfillment in their lives. This information was originally mentioned on Jerusalem Online.
Some Hollywood celebrities joined Kabbalah because the teachings would give them more than material things. For Sammy Davis, studying Kabbalah gave him the inner strength. He noted that studying Kabbalah has enabled the Jews to remain strong despite centuries of oppression. Sammy noted that as an African America, he experienced persecution and many obstacles. Through Kabbalah, he overcame the odds and focused on his career.
Madonna was intrigued by the quality of Kabbalah teachings. She points out that Kabbalah teaches that humans were put on earth to help others. This information has encouraged the pop star to help other people through donating her resources to various causes. She is also spreading the message of hope.
About Kabbalah Centre
Kabbalah Centre International is a Los Angeles-based non-profit organization. Over the years, this entity has been providing Kabbalistic and Zohar teachings through online platforms, study groups, regional centers, and city-based centers. In 1965, Rav Philip Berg and Rav Yehuda Tzvi Brandwei founded the organization in the US. The center was reopened in 1984 in Los Angeles. Karen and Michael are the leaders of the institution. The two serve as directors and spiritual teachers at the Kabbalah Centre.