Before Madonna took an interest in Kabbalah, it is true to say that this Jewish mystic practice was only a reserve of the few Jews. This, however, has changed over the few years Madonna has been involved in the popularization of this practice. For a number of reasons, many Hollywood stars are being involved in the practice with some of them even taking a notch higher and converting to Judaism because of the belief.
According to Kabbalah Center, Kabbalah is an ancient Jewish wisdom tasked with providing individuals with practical solutions for creating their own joy and fulfillment in life. Ideally, great teachers of Kabbalah stress on the fact that the ancient wisdom helps people change their view of the world by teaching them the deepest hidden secrets and essence of God, his interaction and purpose on his creation.
Kabbalah has fascinated a number of individuals by the fact that it provides them with solutions to their problems. Sandra Bernhard and Paris Hilton are just a small representation of the large population that agrees with this fact. Inasmuch as the above sentiments are true, the likes of Sammy Davis joined the practice to be part of the great Jewish history and also get a source of inner strengths for his struggles.
Talking of emotional attachment, the late Marilyn Monroe fascination with Kabbalah was because of its emotional connection that lacked within the strict Christianity her foster parents brought her up with. This saw her overcome her troublesome childhood and achieve the tremendous fame that later characterized her life.
Kabbalah continues being a fascination of many and more so the western world. This is not going to stop soon thanks to the many Kabbalah Center being built across the world including the Kabbalah Center based in Los Angeles.
Kabbalah Center, Los Angeles is located in S. Robertson building and helps the Los Angeles residents connect with the great Jewish mystic wisdom. The center opens on Mondays to Thursdays from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. and on Fridays from 9 am to 3 pm and closes on the weekends.
The Los Angeles Kabbalah Center was one of the many centers that were stared in the 1990s to help spread Kabbalah teachings by Rav and Karen.