Kabbalah Sees a Rise in Popularity Among Celebrities

Kabbalah has been getting increased popularity, ever since Madonna first decided to get involved with the Jewish mysticism. According to the Kabbalah Center website, Kabbalah teaches practical tools to find peace and fulfillment in life. For those interested in its teachings, they will find sanctuary at the Kabbalah Center. Much like how Paris Hilton and Sandra Bernhard have found sanctuary in the Kabbalah Center and its walls in their times of need. When Paris Hilton was going through her breakup with Nick Carter, her first stop was at the Kabbalah Center in L.A. It was there that she was greeted kindly and given a new red Kabbalah bracelet for troubles. She has claimed that the Kabbalah Center is somewhere she goes regularly in order to cope with daily life.

The same goes for Sandra Bedford, who has said that the Kabbalah Center has helped her with eighty percent of life struggles. A number of other celebrities have also found interest in the mystical side of Judaism and many who became interested in Kabbalah have actually converted to the Jewish faith. This can be attributed to Chabad has stressed is the “Soul of the Torah” through this incredible system that completely changes the way that one looks at the world they live in. Chabad described it as deep insight into the essence of God himself, as well as his interaction within the world and the root that lies at the purpose of creation. Not only does it offer a detailed plan for the overall structure of the universe, but it also offers those students of Kabbalah and at the Kabbalah Center a more detailed understanding for the particulars in our lives.

Naturally, not everyone who was attracted to Kabbalah but not of Jewish origin were brought to the teachings in order to help with daily struggles. Sammy Davis is one example of a celebrity who was merely interested in becoming a part of a 5,000 year old teachings due to feeling a strong connection with Judaism. He decided to learn Kabbalah and eventually converted to Judaism due to it falling in line with his personal code.

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