What is Kabbalah and How is It Different from Religion?

It seems like we live in a world where more and more people are looking for spiritual fulfillment. Our schedules get more hectic and our jobs grow more demanding and it becomes easy to grow disconnected with our spiritual source.

That is why many people who are spiritually hungry are turning to Kabbalah. Kabbalah is not a religion. Rather, it’s a series of spiritual teachings that relate to the mystical interpretation of Judaism.

The Kabbalah Centre accepts people of all religious and ethnic backgrounds to learn more about this ancient wisdom. With more than 40 locations worldwide, the Kabbalah Centre offers workshops and seminars that can help you reach a more spiritually fulfilling life.

The ultimate goal of Kabbalah is to bring a sense of spiritual purpose to one’s life. Kabbalah teaches us to shed our ego and superficial desires in order to find our true spiritual purpose. We discover that we are in fact ageless souls inhabiting a series of physical bodies and that God has given us each a unique purpose in this lifetime.

According to Kabbalah, there are universal principles that we must strive to apply to our everyday lives. These principles will help us let go of anxieties and past regrets and shed our egotistical perspective. By studying Kabbalah, we can become more grateful for what God has provided for us. In turn, we feel more fulfilled and whole.

Kabbalah has been around for over 5,000 years. The teachings reveal secret codes in the universe that give us answers regarding how to live our lives. Think of Kabbalah like a toolbox for all of life’s unpredictable problems.

Unlike religion, Kabbalah is rooted in education, not rituals. Teachers strive to share this wisdom with their students so that students may live a more peaceful and fulfilling life. People from all spiritual backgrounds can join the Kabbalah Centre and unlock the ancient secrets of universe.

Adam Milstein among the most influential Individuals in Israel and the World

The Jerusalem post recently recognized Adam Milstein as one of the 50 most influential Jews in the world. Milstein has been impacting the world with his knowledge as well as humanitarian activities and was elected no 39. His election was purposely for his leadership as the Chairman of the Israel-America Council and his participation as a philanthropist, activist as well as an influential leader in other Jewish organizations. Some of these agencies include the Israel on Campus Coalition, Stand with Us, Hasbara Fellowship, Birthright Israel, Stand By Me, and AIPAC National Council.

Adam Milstein was elected among other influential leaders including, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, the United Stated Senator Charles Schumer, the Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader, Elena Kagan, humanitarian Sheldon Adelson, Haim Saban, Ron Lauder, Mathew Bronfman, Lynn Schusterman, and the list could not end without including other Jewish leaders including Malcolm Hoenlein, Natan Sharanksy and Jewish entertainers that include Sara Silverman and Gal Gadot.

Adam Milstein mentioned that he was honored to be among the leaders who were elected by the Jerusalem Post list among so many remarkable leaders. Milstein also appreciated his wife Gila for her unending support, to the IAC and several other Jewish organizations that have partnered with his organizations to release his dreams and goals.

Adam Milstein has a foundation known as the Milstein Family Foundation that has its mission founded on two pillars that include making strong the Jewish people and their country Israel and the state of Israel. The mission can only be achieved by embracing productive humanitarian activities, financing of the projects as well as building interactions among the other organizations. The Milstein Family Foundation is devoted to ensuring that the people of Israel are united, and their relationship is strong.

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Adam Milstein was born in Haifa Israel to a mother who was a homemaker and a father who was a real estate developer. After High school, Adam joined the Israel Defense Forces, and he was among the soldiers who served in the Yom Kippur war in 1973. After the completion of his services in the army, he enrolled in Technion Institute to study Bachelors of Science Degree in Business and Economics. Adam married Gila, and they moved to the United States where he continued his education and studied Masters in Business Administration from the University of Southern California Los Angeles. He has worked in the real estate industry, and he is passionate about uniting the people of Israel.