We're happy to announce the launch of a new monthly video series aimed at engaging our supporters with updates about how their contributions are making a difference in the world. In this month's video update, Michael Berg discusses the mission of The Kabbalah Centre, and shares a snapshot of the global impact we’ve made through programs like Kabbalah Centre Teacher Training, Rav Berg Legacy Project, and more. Take a moment to watch the video and learn more about how you can get involved.
The energy of the Zohar has always been the beating heart of all we do at The Kabbalah Centre. Rav Berg believed that there was no greater way to manifest blessings than to share the Zohar with others. In the early days of the Rav’s work, the very notion of welcoming people from every walk of life to study Zohar was revolutionary and, in many circles, quite controversial. Undaunted, the Rav went on to create The Zohar Project; it wasn’t enough to invite people in, the Rav wanted to bring the Zohar to the people.
Habitat for Humanity of Greater Los Angeles (Habitat LA), in partnership with The Kabbalah Centre, will raise the walls for a new neighborhood in Downey, CA that will bring six affordable homeownership opportunities to the city. The wall raising and build day will take place on Wednesday, December 14th and also marks the beginning of a new, meaningful partnership between Habitat LA and The Kabbalah Centre.
A nearly thirty-year war in Sri Lanka left Rasina and her family huddled in a temporary shelter made from sticks. With six people in such a small space, there was no privacy and little protection from the elements. Snakes and scorpions were regular visitors. Rasina lived in constant fear that her children would be bitten or fall ill due to the flooding during monsoon season. Hundreds of families faced the same challenges upon returning to Sannar Village after years of being displaced by the civil conflict.
Rav Berg brought the wisdom of Kabbalah to the masses, inspiring countless people to improve their lives and to change the lives of others in turn. Certain of its power to eliminate chaos and create lasting peace, The Rav worked tirelessly to share Kabbalah with all who sought it.
Nenad Popovic is a Bosnian refugee living on a disability pension. He had been interested in learning about Kabbalah for years, but it was not until he connected with the Kabbalah Scholarship Fund that his studies could really begin.
Welcome to the new Kabbalah Centre blog where supporters can follow the progress of our charitable projects with weekly updates, stories and videos. Watch our latest video to see how your support is changing the world.