It has become definitely a super trendy word that is used by many.
However, when I ask; what Kabbalah means to you and whether you can give your own definition, there is mostly silence on the other side.
My relation to Kabbalah is an interesting adventure because very often I have that when some recognition comes to me, I solve another riddle of life, I peel an additional layer of the onion, at the same time I am coming across a lecture or passage of the book in which Kabbalah explains the law attached to my discovery. I know and feel that these teachings are very close to my soul. I am currently studying the third level of Kabbalah at the Center in Berlin and I felt that this might be a good opportunity to share some information with you. What do you think about it?
First of all, it is important to understand what Kabbalah IS NOT :
- Kabbalah is not a religion. Religion is based on belief or tradition, while Kabbalah is based on knowledge of the laws of cause and effect.
- Kabbalah is not for the chosen ones. It’s a collection of transforming tools for everyone – regardless of gender, faith, or race. If you think you must be a Judaic believer – please read again.
- It is not a new Madonna CD. Madonna, like everyone else, has the right to study the science of Kabbalah and visit the Kabbalah Center.
- Not a sect, the Kabbalah center is a school where you can learn about life.
What is Kabbalah then?
- is a collection of wisdom that is over 4,000 years old.
- Kabbalah can be found in religions, in modern sciences such as quantum physics, psychology, and philosophy. Moses, Jesus, Mohamet as well as Pythagoras, Plato, Shakespeare, Freud, and Jung used it.
- For me personally is the user manual of life on Earth, a kind of technology for the soul.
- It helps to understand the world we live in and thus improve the quality of life – when I know what I play – I have an influence on how I play.