Kabbalah Fills Void for Celebrities that Fame and Wealth Cannot

By all outside appearances, superstar Madonna had it all: fabulous wealth, an exciting jet-setting lifestyle, millions of adoring fans and world renown for her physical beauty and more information click here.

And yet, Madonna felt a great emptiness in her life. She encountered an internal void that could not be filled. With a yearning that bordered on desperation, Madonna sought greater meaning in the form of something money could not buy.

That’s why she showed up one day at the Kabbalah Centre. It changed her life. There she began a spiritual quest that led her down a path she never expected. More than material wealth and fame, Madonna discovered comfort and peace for her soul. The ancient teaching of the Kabbalah gave a kind of meaning to life she never imagined possible.

The high-profile embrace of Kabbalah by Madonna did a tremendous amount to raise the profile and educate the public on the power of spiritual path that has been tested by thousands of years of time — and remained a powerful force for millions of people.

Other celebrities followed Madonna’s lead. Fellow singing star Britney Spears also became involved in Kabbalah, as did film star Sandra Bernhard. These celebrity luminaries are by far not the first to seek comfort, wisdom and spiritual guidance from Kabbalah.

Some of the biggest names in Hollywood, such as Elizabeth Taylor, Marilyn Monroe and Sammy Davis Jr. were all raised in Christian households but turned to Judaism later in life. Davis, for example, said he was attracted to a tradition with 5,000 years of history to back it up. He was looking for a philosophical pathway with a foundation tested by millennia and learn more about Kabbalah.

The Kabbalah Centre has its main headquarters in Los Angeles and more than 40 location around the U.S. and world.

The Kabbalah Centre also maintains an extensive Internet presence and website which makes it easy for anyone to sign on and access droves of Kabbalah teachings and programs, most of which is free for anyone who is seeking not just spiritual guidance, but practical, usable tools for coping with the daily challenges of life.

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