Kabbalah for Everyone Kabbalah is a universal wisdom not specific to Jews, says Michael Berg. His new book explores how to use it to connect to God. Interview by Rebecca Phillips Michael Berg, along with brother Yehudah, is heir to the Kabbalah Centre dynasty. The Centre, famous for popularizing Jewish mysticism and attracting non-Jewish celebrities from Madonna to Paris Hilton, was founded in 1969 by Michael's father Philip Berg. The Kabbalah empire now includes learning centers throughout the world, a charitable foundation, a full product line, a children's education program, and a publishing arm. The latest offering from Kabbalah Publishing is Michael Berg's "Becoming Like God," which promises, like Berg's other books, to explain how kabbalah can transform readers' lives. Berg is also the author of "The Secret: Unlocking the Source of Joy & Fulfillment," and "The Way." Beliefnet's Rebecca Phillips spoke with Berg recently about what it means to "become like God" and why he believes Kabbalah is a universal philosophy, not specific to Judaism. What do you think about the article and the concept (linked above)?