Rabbi Yehuda Berg
Biography & Resources


Rabbi Yehuda Berg is associate director of communications for the Kabbalah Centres, making the wisdom and tools of Kabbalah accessible to millions of people worldwide. He has developed programs for students designed to heighten spiritual awareness and facilitate growth, including at-home study programs, spiritual retreats, and community experiences. As religious director of The Kabbalah Children's Academy, Rabbi Berg guides the curriculum and teaching methods used by the school, and he also acts as a spiritual advisor to the many rabbis and teachers at The Kabbalah Centre.

Berg is the editor of the first Kabbalistic Daily and Shabbat Prayer books, and is completing the first-ever Chumash, or Pentateuch (Five Books of Moses) with Kabbalistic commentary. He is also the author of Power of Kabbalah, an international best-seller that provides an introduction to Kabbalah, and The 72 Names of God, a Kabbalistic tool for meditation, healing, and spiritual growth.

Berg graduated from the Yeshiva Rabbinical Seminary of America in New York, studied at the Yeshivat Shaar Ha Torah, and was given his rabbinical ordination at the Yeshiva Knesset Israel in Jerusalem.

selected books

The Red String Book
(Kabbalah Publishing, 2004)
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The Dreams Book
(Kabbalah Publishing, 2004)
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The 72 Names of God: Technology for the Soul
(Kabbalah Publishing, 2003)
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The Power of Kabbalah
(Jodere Group, 2002)
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organizational affiliations

The Kabbalah Centre

articles & interviews

Broadcasts on WIE Unbound

72 Names for God