The Kabbalah was founded in 1984, in Los Angeles, by Philip Berg and is a non-profit organization. They are teachers of Kabbalistic and Zohar and work from regional centers with study groups and online on a global plane. Their multi-ethnic staff members help and guide the global student population.The centers work on various charitable issues helping with humanitarian aid. They also work with people who have suffered disasters, both natural and man-made by providing financial aid where needed. Gender equality and abject poverty also fall in their range of work. They have been instrumental in helping victims of the 2010 earthquake in Haiti, Hurricane Katrina here in the U.S., and the Indian Ocean Tsunami in 2004.
Their teachings have been passed down through the ages and provide a way to connect with the universe on a deeper level as well as with people. They aspire to give a spiritual experience that will let their students find a greater understanding and meaning in all their actions and thoughts.The Kabbalah puts a lot of importance on the afterlife, but they also stress that they should be committed to being the best person they can be while they live. This teaching shows them the importance of working with their colleagues and going beyond what is expected to help a fellow worker who needs more encouragement for the job they are doing.
They also believe that you should not abstain from your desires, but embrace them and to not punish ourselves for having desires. Finding a deeper relationship with family members by possibly having a good dinner with dessert. Share your feelings and thoughts with the people who are most important to you.They teach that it is alright to eat and feel satisfaction from the meal but not to overindulge. Finding pleasure in eating is not wrong but people should not turn to eating as a crutch during a crisis in their life.