The Writings of Rabash (3 volumes) by Rabbi Baruh Ashlag

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We are delighted to offer you a new edition of the writings of the Kabbalist, Rabbi Baruch Shalom HaLevi Ashlag, the Rabash, the eldest son and successor of Kabbalist, Rabbi Yehuda Lieb HaLevi Ashlag, “Baal HaSulam,” author of The Ladder, a commentary on the Book of the Zohar.
We are delighted to offer you a new edition of the writings of the Kabbalist, Rabbi Baruch Shalom HaLevi Ashlag, the Rabash, the eldest son and successor of Kabbalist, Rabbi Yehuda Lieb HaLevi Ashlag, "Baal HaSulam," author of The Ladder, a commentary on the Book of the Zohar.

The series includes:

The Rungs of the Ladder (vol. I, II) - a collection of articles written by the Rabash between 1984-1991. The articles detail the states a person undergoes during all of the levels of preparation prior to entering the spiritual world. In this edition, the articles have been reorganized in chronological order, and some additional articles have been added.

The Rabash Manuscripts (vol. II) - a number of letters sent by Rabash to his students, containing advice and guidance towards the love of friends and the work of God, along with explanations of the different holidays and more.

The Steps of the Ladder (vol. III) - a collection of short articles and notes which Rabash wrote to himself over the years, some in outline, others in preparation for later writings and still others in the form of answers to his students' questions. Often first drafts were jotted down on pieces of paper, alongside outlined ideas and short summaries, which adds to the unique character of this collection. On his dying bed, Rabash gave these notes to his closest student and personal assistant and successor, Rav Michael Laitman.

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Edition: Hard cover
Number of Pages: 352
Date Published: August 2008
ISBN #: 978-965-7065-70-9