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An Introduction to the Kabbalah Centre

There’s an old saying, “what’s done is done.” Is it really though? Think about it for a second. Say you said something unkind to someone. Now you might have been forgiven and the event might be done and over with, but it will follow you around.

What does this mean?

At the Kabbalah Centre you learn that for every action, there’s going to be a very specific reaction. It might be good. It might be bad. The point it, you have to be careful. That one bad thing you said will come back to you.

At the Kabbalah Centre we learn that there’s no time frame for this to happen. All good and bad deeds tend to come back when you least expect it. It might be in this life time. It might take a few lifetimes for these actions to be realized. All this is to say that the past, present and future are inter-twined.

There could be something you did during one lifetime that needs to be corrected. In the next lifetime you might get the chance to correct it. The way you correct it will have a profound effect on the future you live. Any choice you make will have a profound effect on your future.

This is what it means to have all three connected. We have lived out past. We learn from our past and our mistakes in the present. We make choice which will have an outcome for our future. All good and bad choices will have an impact on where our future road takes us.

The more highly and spiritually evolved we become as people, the more we tend to make better choices for ourselves. When this happens we erase more of the bad debt that our souls have built up over our various lifetimes.

The Kabbalah Centre and the study of Kabbalah pays tribute to this detail in a very big way. If you want to make better choices, you have to find out where your soul has failed in the past. It’s only through spiritual correctness that we can shine a bright light on our future, thereby erasing all our past debt and accepting who we are.

To learn more about this, please visit the center online now.