Yehuda Berg

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Yehuda Berg, 2012

Yehuda Berg is a former co-director of the Kabbalah Centre, which was founded by his father Philip Berg.

Yehuda Berg is an author. His book, The Power of Kabbalah, became an international best-seller[1] as did another of his books, The 72 Names of God.[1] In February 2009, Berg launched a radio show on Sirius XM's Stars Channel entitled The Life You Create.[citation needed]


In 2014, a former Kabbalah Centre student brought a lawsuit against Berg alleging Sexual assault. She claimed that Berg offered her alcohol and Vicodin then made sexual advances.[2] In November 2015 a Los Angeles Superior Court jury found that Berg had acted with malice and was liable for intentional infliction of emotional distress and was ordered to pay $135,000, which included a punitive damages component.[3][2] The Kabbalah Centre itself was also ordered to pay $42,500 for being negligent in it's supervision of Berg, who was one of it's co-directors at the time of the assault.[2][3]


In 2007, Berg was named Number 4 in Newsweek's list of America's Top 50 Rabbis.[4] In 2009, GQ magazine's The Gentlemen's Fund honored him for being an Agent of Change in the field of Education.[citation needed]


  • Yehuda Berg, The 72 Names of God: Technology for the Soul. Kabbalah Publishing, 2003. ISBN 1-57189-135-8
  • Yehuda Berg, The Power of Kabbalah. Kabbalah Publishing, 2004. ISBN 1-57189-250-8
  • Yehuda Berg, The Red String Book: The Power of Protection. Kabbalah Publishing, 2004. ISBN 1-57189-248-6

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