Getting Fulfillment by Learning the Kabbalistic Wisdom

Kabbalah is compared to the proverbial ‘tree of life.’ Kabbalah is a study of living and just like life it cannot be studied through a book but through living itself. It is effective through the practicability of its teaching in everyday life. Studying Kabbalah through a book is similar to studying ‘love’ but never experiencing it yourself. Kabbalah is a prehistoric wisdom that explains how the world and life work. The word Kabbalah implies ‘to receive.’ It entails studying how to get fulfillment in our lives.
At some point in our lives, some people may have been overcome with the feeling of dissatisfaction. Normally we try everything we can to achieve that fulfillment and the more we search for it, the more it eludes us. Fulfillment is not the temporary happiness or experiencing momentary senses of wellbeing. It means connecting to the energy and preserving the connection to long-lasting fulfillment.

As an ancient paradigm for living, Kabbalah teaches the branches of life such as health, careers, and relationships. It teaches that they originate from the same trunk and the same root. It is the knowledge of how the world works at the hub level. It is an avenue of looking at the universe that can link you to the sort of permanent fulfillment you seek.

The Kabbalah Centre is a renowned institution that provides courses on Kabbalistic teachings and the Zohar. It is the largest global organization that is committed to teaching the wisdom of Kabbalah, according to wikipedia.  Students, in turn, use this as a tool to help them enhance their lives and eliminate chaos from the universe.

The Kabbalah Centre provides brick and mortar locations across the world and more than 5, 000 studying every week. Apart from physical locations, the Centre also provides lectures, books, prayer service, CDs and DVDs and downloads. The physical locations comprise of regional and city based centre as well as study groups. Students get to interact with similar-minded people in a supportive community while at the Kabbalah Centre.