The International Kabbalah Center is often identified as the spiritual arm of Judaism and is perhaps the best known offering of Kabbalah teaching to the general public.
The Kabbalah itself is thousands of years old and best known through the Zohar. The work of Isaac Luria, from the sixteenth century, is also a foundation of modern kabbalah teaching.
I'm interviewing Karen Berg, the co-founder and co-director of the center. We'll be discussing her new book, ...to be continued..., reincarnation and the purpose of our lives.
I think you'll be fascinated by the teachings of the center which are based on the writings of the originators of Kabbalah hundreds of years ago. The idea of reincarnation isn't currently very popular among organized religions.