Helping Your Finances Grow

The Kabbalah Centre can help you financially. How? By giving you ancient tools that will cause your wealth to increase. Many people regret that they have small bank accounts. They are loaded down with debt that leaves them barely paying their mortgage each month. This is not a happy life. The Kabbalah Centre has outlined a fundamental theme that will set you free from the cycle of bondage to debt. “Suffering increases wealth.”

 

This law of wealth creation comes from the writings of the ancient Jewish guru Solomon. Solomon identified that pleasure causes poverty. The opposite is also true. Suffering increases wealth. Identify the things in your life that are pleasurable. Some of these things might be leisure, entertainment, sweets, drinking, easy, fast, luxury, popularity, lots of money, convenient, safety, comfort, and partying. All of these behaviors will drain your wealth if pursued like most people pursue them. To increase your wealth, seek the opposites of those variables. Working, advice, bitters, fasting, hard, slow, poverty, unpopular, no money, inconvenient, dangerous, painful, and focusing. If you pursue most of the variables on that list, you will find that your wealth will grow. You will be doing the things that your competitors are afraid to try.

 

The Kabbalah Centre has seen these ancient principles work time and time again. We look forward to helping you find the fulfilling life that you were made to have. If you are struggling in a certain area, than it is necessary to seek help and accountability. Going it alone is not the route to happiness. If you want to grow your life’s future, you must do what others refuse to do. Being controversial may not be popular, but it is what opens up doors of opportunity. Your friends will ask you why you are so unusual. You will point out the blessings of walking the narrow path of wisdom.

 

The Kabbalah Centre looks forward to hearing more from you. Be sure to contact us with any questions or concerns you might have. We have helped many people find the fulfilling life that they need. Our teachers are ready to assist.

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Never far From Home

Adam Milstein is a self described proud Israeli American and an active philanthropist. He also falls into the pro-Israel activist category. He is a co-founder of the Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation.

Ultimately, his focus is to strengthen the Jewish nation and the state of Israel. His other top priority is to help improve relations between the United States and Israel. He achieves this goal through a variety of ways. These methods include charitable and consulting services that help to develop new programs. Milstein does all this to raise awareness for the Jewish community, its continuity and Israeli advocacy.He operates on three simple principles. These principles are active philanthropy, life path impact and philanthropic synergy.

Active philanthropy means that Adam and the staff working within his foundation put time and energy, not just money, into the programs and organizations they start and support. Life path impact translates to a commitment from the Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation to find and steadily fund organizations that stay in contact with community members.

They like to see relationships hold strong between clients and organizations in childhood, adolescent and the changing stages adulthood. Philanthropic synergy works out to be cooperative support of programs, NPO’s and NGO’s that also focus on maintaining a sociopolitical emphasis geared for Israel and its people.

Adam does all this as a native of Israel who now lives and works in the United States in real estate. He is a long way from his homeland in the flesh but ever present in spirit.

 

Kabbalah Centers Teach the Way to Receive the Light of God

Thousands of years ago, Kabbalah was passed down first through oral tradition, then written down by a select succession of Rabbis, then published and disseminated to the public through books and Kabbalah Centers of Learning.

The Kabbalah is an interpretation of the Bible, the Zohar, that contains the deepest secrets of Creation. The teachings hold that God is unknowable, but has revealed 10 stages called Sefirot or Tree of Life by which we can make a connection between God and our physical universe. It is through this connection that we are given the pathway for redemption and become Divine Light.

To bring the teachings of Kabbalah from a primarily secret, elite group of scholars to a worldwide movement took hundreds of years. We can point to the key movers in this evolution. Very early, Rav Abba and his son Rav Elagar spent 13 years in a cave and through Divine Inspiration gave us the wisdom of Moses and Elijah.

In the 16th Century Rav Luria brought a deeper understanding of Zohar. He proclaimed that our transformation depends on the healing of self- destructive tendencies and egoism. He further believed that our souls are disconnected from God and we must heal the parts and return them to God.

Building on Rav Luria’s teachings, Rav Yehuda Asklag sought to bring the religion teachings of Kabbalah to a wider audience. In 1885 he established a Kabbalah Center in his native Warsaw Poland. In 1921 he moved to Israel and devoted his life to teaching Kabbalah. In 1922 he established a yeshiva and continued his teaching. He believed that each one of us must take action to repair ourselves and the larger world. He also held that individuals will not be judged by race, religion or nationality. Each person must reach for affinity with God.

Rav Brandwein followed Rav Asklag’s teaching in Israel. He had a small following and limited resources. He published a key work entitled The Ladder in which he gives an individual the pathway from Earth to a heavenly realm.

Moving to the United States Rav Philip Berg, born in Brooklyn, became a passionate follower of Brandwein. He traveled to Israel and studied under his mentor. He and his second wife Karen started publishing a wide range of books on Kabbalah. He returned to the United States and founded several this Spirituality Centres around the world. In 1970 he established the National Institute for Research of Kabbalah. The name was later changed to Kabbalah Centre. These Centres were formed much like a Kibbutz. Students shared housing and meals together and received a stipend to further their studies. Today there are 40 Kabbalah Centres throughout the world.