|Date of Birth||May 23, 1972 (Age: 50)|
|Place of Birth||Jerusalem, Israel|
Yehuda Berg was born on May 23, 1972 in Jerusalem, Israel. Author who rose to prominence with a series of self-help books centred on the Kabbalah spirituality and the treatment of depression, notably his work published in 2004, titled The Power of Kabbalah. Because of his work as a rabbi, which included helping to co-run the Kabbalah Centre, Newsweek ranked him as the fourth best rabbi in the United States out of the top 50 rabbis.
He began studying Kabbalah spirituality at an early age. It was in New York that he received his diploma from the Yeshiva Rabbinical Seminary of America. In 2009, GQ Magazine recognised him as an educator who is a change agent in the field. In 2003, he had the book The 72 Names of God published, which quickly became a best-seller. His wife, Michal, and he are the parents of two sons.
Yehuda Berg is an American author and teacher of Kabbalah, who has written several books on the subject, including “The Power of Kabbalah,” “Kabbalah for Dummies” and “The 72 Names of God.” Berg’s books offer a clear and concise introduction to this ancient wisdom tradition, making them popular among those who are new to the study of Kabbalah. Berg’s work also provides insight into how Kabbalah can be applied to modern life, offering readers practical tools for improving their health, relationships and overall well-being.
Wife and Family
Malka is the wife of Yehuda Berg, and together they have three children. Malka is a stay-at-home mom who is very involved in her children’s lives. She is also active in her community, and is a member of the local synagogue. Malka is a devoted wife and mother, and is always there for her family.