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A bestselling author and luminary authority on Kabbalah, Yehuda Berg is part of a long line of kabbalistic masters, and the son of Rav and Karen Berg. In 2007, recognized by Newsweek as "the world's leading authority on the Kabbalah movement," the magazine named him as one of the top five rabbis in the United States.
In 2009, GQ magazine's The Gentlemen's Fund honored him for being an Agent of Change in the field of Education. A progressive voice on spirituality, Yehuda is a prolific author of more than 30 books on topics ranging from self-empowerment, depression, sex, and the Bible.
His bestsellers are The Power or Kabbalah and The 72 Names of God, which have been translated into 20 and 14 languages respectively. His daily and weekly Tune-Ups are sent to more than 200,000 fans, and he contributes regularly to Huffington Post.
Yehuda speaks internationally visiting small cites like Indianapolis as well as European, Asian, and Latin American metropolis such as Barcelona, Manila, and Sau Paulo. He teaches thousands of people including dignitaries, celebrities, and prisoners, and believes strongly in the power of human consciousness as a means to create personal and global change. Utilizing Kabbalah as a wisdom of transformation, he simply delivers deep and complex concepts in a way that is applicable to daily life.
Yehuda is co-director of Kabbalah Centre International, Inc. Founded in 1922, KCI is a non-for-profit organization leading the way to bringing Kabbalah to everyone who wants to learn. As co-director, Yehuda develops programs for more than 20 Centres and 50 study groups, oversees teacher training, and directs Kabbalah Publishing. Yehuda lives in Los Angeles with his wife and five children.
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