Michael Berg (Kabbalah Centre)
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Michael Berg (born June 29, 1973) is the co-director of the Kabbalah Centre, alongside his mother Karen Berg. He is the son of Philip Berg, the founder of the Kabbalah Centre. Michael edited an unabridged English translation of the Zohar. He is also a cofounder of Raising Malawi.
Michael Berg is the author of several books on Kabbalah. Included among them are Secrets of The Zohar, Becoming Like God, The Way, The Secret, Well of Life, What God Meant, and Days of Connection.
In 2010, Michael launched an online learning platform called UKabbalah aimed at making the study of Kabbalah more accessible to the wider public.
- McMullan, Patrick (June 11, 2010), "Live-Aid", Slide show, WSJ,
Kabbalah University: UKabbalah, launched in September by Michael Berg, the 37-year-old rabbi at the helm of L.A.'s Kabbalah Centre
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- 2. A-Rod: Kabbalah, Table for Two!, TMZ.com
- 3. What's Behind Hollywood's Fascination with Kabbalah?, ABC News
- 3. Madonna Finds A Cause, TIME Magazine
- 4. Madonna and friends raise awareness for Malawi, USA Today
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