The Kabbalah Center was founded in 1922 by an individual known as Rav Yehuda. Yehuda is known to many as the master and specialist of the Kabbalah teachings. His main aim was to modernize the closely guarded wisdom. The Kabbalist did his best to ensure that the knowledge is accessible to every generation. He led the center for several years before passing the leadership mantle to one of his best students, Tzyi Brandweon. Later on, Tzyi handed the leadership to Rav Berg.
The Kabbalah wisdom has been in existence for several decades, and its primary objective is to help humans to understand God, the universe, and other supernatural activities. Some individuals, however, believe that Kabbalah wisdom is a Jewish mysticism and secret wisdom. The knowledge is passed from one generation to the other through word of mouth. In the past, the Kabbalah wisdom was reserved for the elite group of married males who were above the age of forty. The group were scholars of Jewish law, and they could not give the information to the rest of the individuals in the community.
The Jewish men who were in their thirties or twenties chose to learn the Kabbalah Centre teachings directly from a trained Kabbalist. Pursuing the study alone was not encouraged in the community. It was not easy to access written materials such as manuscripts and books. These materials were a scarce and costly commodities in the region. The elite team of Kabbalist also believed that the wisdom should be taught, and few of them decided to share the information with the people outside the Jewish religion. The wisdom was, however, not taught to women, children, and unlearned men in the community.
The spiritual teachings were not disseminated to everyone because it specialized in matters about God, and they were considered sacred. The wisdom has been accepted in the recent times, and many people from different parts of the globe can access the information through online course, books, and the Zohar.