Rav Yehuda Ashlag was the one who planted the roots of the Kabbalah center back in 1922. Rav Yehuda Ashlag was the first to revolutionize the wisdom that had been closely guarded for years. He strived greatly to make the knowledge accessible to more people in his lifetime. This knowledge which was so closely guarded by the Jewish culture that it was thought mystic was entrusted only to Master Kabbalists.
Upon his death, Rav Yehuda Ashlag left the mantle of the Kabbalah Center leadership to his student Rav Yehuda Tzvi Brandwein. Brandwein later on handed down the leadership mantle to Rav Yehuda Berg. Forming the lineage from which from which the Kabbalah Centre originates. Since the revelation of the Kabbalah millenniums ago, it has been primarily focused on the acquisition of concealed knowledge of God. This is inclusive of both the physical and emotional universes.
What makes the Kabbalah so closely guarded is the belief that it was passed down from Adam in Jewish culture. It was then passed down to individuals such as Abraham and Moses through oral tradition. Initially, it was meant for a particular group of learned and married men over the age of forty years.
Human limitations never limited the knowledge of the Kabbalah; it was by general preference that the Jews disapproved its dissemination. The Kabbalah Center, however, was made as a center where the wisdom can be accessed. The Kabbalah had been so intimately guarded by both Rabbis and Master Kabbalists because it dealt with attributes of God that had been only implicitly revealed in the Torah.
The Kabbalah contains knowledge and wisdom that made people focus more on the inner qualities of God rather than his Physical attributes. The main idea is that the spirit of God is enigmatic and surpasses human understanding. Its rich content explains why it had been so guarded by both Rabbis and Master Kabbalists.
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