Students of The Kabbalah Centre know that the best way to reveal Light in the world is to give of themselves. Whether it be their time, their money, their energy – Kabbalah Centre students actively seek out ways to share with the world.
Diana Torres, a student of the Miami Kabbalah Centre for two years, will run in the Miami Marathon this year on February 2nd. Three other Miami Centre students will run half-marathons as well. Similar to David Bernstein’s New York Marathon run, Diana’s goal is to raise funds and...Read More
Kabbalah Centre volunteers often look for creative ways to reveal Light in the world. This fall, one student developed a particularly inventive way to raise funds for the Zohar Project. David Bernstein, a student and Zohar Project team leader, decided he would complete a life-long dream by running in the New York City Marathon – and raise awareness and money for the Zohar Project in the process.
David had been fascinated with the New York City Marathon since he was a child, and entered the lottery to run in the race on a...Read More
In the summer of 2012, the Mexico Kabbalah Centre launched a special outreach program in an effort to provide powerful kabbalistic tools to people living in correctional facilities in Mexico City. Proyecto Ser, which literally means ‘Project To Be’, is named for its acronym in Spanish, Proyecto Socio Emocional de Reintegración, or the ‘Social and Emotional Reintegration Project’. Since the program’s inception, 1,585 inmates have been reached. This year, Proyecto Ser has undertaken the teaching...Read More
On October 26th, Zohar Project volunteers in Boca Raton, Florida organized a special distribution outing to coincide with the American Cancer Society’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer 5K Walk. The event was held in order to raise awareness for breast cancer, as well as to raise funds for breast cancer research, education, programs and advocacy efforts.
Around 20 volunteers, mainly students at the Boca Raton Kabbalah Centre, came together on a beautiful day to disseminate Zohars...Read More
Kabbalah Centre students across the world make concerted efforts to share with and improve their communities. Through activities such as providing food and basic necessities to those in need, visiting the sick, cleaning up public areas, mentoring new students, and constantly seeking out ways to be of service, Kabbalah Centre students volunteer their time and energy to help make the world a better place.Read More
The Kabbalah Centre is excited to announce the release of the digital online version of the latest SPARK Magazine, in Spanish as well as English!
SPARK Magazine provides our donors and community with current news, ongoing project updates, and in-depth insights into the worldwide activities within The Kabbalah Centre.
The Fall 2013 Edition of SPARK is teeming with insightful articles about topics that are relevant to students of Kabbalah. Explore the transformative activities of the Zohar Project in Mexico and Peru; relive the Centre’s Israel Energy Tour through the eyes of students who were there, and much more. Please join us as we inform, update, and celebrate our amazing Kabbalah Centre community...Read More
According to the kabbalists, the holiday of Rosh Hashanah – which marks the New Year – is a time when students of Kabbalah can transcend space and time to remove judgments they’ve incurred with their words and actions throughout the previous year. Each individual’s personal movie script for the entire upcoming year is determined by that individual’s connection to the Light available on Rosh Hashanah. As one of the most powerful days of the year, Rosh Hashanah merits a global celebration and connection to the Light of the Creator.
The Kabbalah Centre hosted the annual Rosh Hashanah connection in Anaheim for the second year in a row. Over 3,500 students were in attendance, representing dozens of different...Read More
On March 28th, 2011, Karen Berg traveled to the state of Chihuahua, Mexico to meet with Governor César Horacio Duarte Jáquez and discuss the economic development of his district. Chihuahua is one of poorest states in Mexico and has been, in recent years, home to one of the highest homicide rates in the Western world.
After witnessing the extreme violence and poverty faced by the people of Chihuahua, Karen invited a team of Kabbalah Centre volunteers to travel to Mexico and spread the Light of the Zohar to people in need. A group of 14 Zohar Project volunteers from...Read More
Kabbalistic Astrology is the oldest and most profound application of astronomy and astrology known to mankind. It serves as a guide to our personal transformation, deepening our connection to ourselves and others. The purpose of kabbalistic astrology is to give us the ability to rise above the influences of the cosmos and take control over our own lives.
In mid-March of 2013, world renowned kabbalistic astrologer, Yael Yardeni, visited South Africa to give a series of seminars. Yael’s trip marked the first ever visit to South Africa by a kabbalistic astrologer. Currently, there is a study group in the country’s largest city, Johannesburg, as well as a small study group in Cape Town. Both are composed of a group of dedicated...Read More
Those moments in history that come to us as catastrophic shocks often shape the decisions we make into the future – as we did yesterday in response to the devastation and pain that took place in Boston. We move through a range of feelings: empathy for the victims and their families, gratitude about our own lives, a decision to be better, a vow that it will never happen again, and a desire to change the world. We feel it all. We seek to find the perpetrator and bring them to justice. And yet it happens again somewhere by someone else. What is our lesson here? What can we really learn from such sadness and suffering? What was the moment that turned a...Read More
The Kabbalah Centre Blog is a place where you can find the latest Kabbalah Centre news from around the world, including stories of students transforming their life and the lives of others through sharing. Every day, thousands of students contribute to our projects and charitable initiatives as a way of creating a better life and a better world.