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Bnei Baruch

After the demise of the Rabash in 1991, his student and personal assistant, Rav Michael Laitman established a group of Kabbalists that he named after his teacher—“Bnei Baruch,” or “Sons of Baruch.” The group’s goal is to continue on the Rabash’s way and disseminate his method in the masses.

Bnei Baruch has now become an international movement with hundreds of thousands of students in Israel and the world over. These students study Kabbalah from authentic sources and spread the wisdom to all who wish to learn, free of charge.

Rabbi Baruch Shalom HaLevi Ashlag was unique. He was a hidden Kabbalist whose vocation was to educate a new generation of Kabbalists by nurturing a new spiritual method that was appropriate for contemporary students. He was convinced that if he could adapt the method of Kabbalah to our time, it would be his greatest contribution to humanity.

Rabbi Ashlag wanted to promote a brighter future for everyone in the world, and he succeeded. All we need to do is to use this failsafe method he developed. When we do, we will be rewarded with the revelation of the complete, true, and eternal reality, discovered by every Kabbalist throughout the generations.