The departure from this world of a great sage, teacher, and spiritual mentor is a special day. After all, he rises another degree higher and shows us that we should follow him.
We see that each of the great Kabbalists has taken a step forward in his own special way and brought the science of Kabbalah, the revelation of the Creator, the methodology, understanding, feeling, merging with the Creator and unity closer to people.
I think Rabash took the last step after everyone. He stands on the shoulders of all Kabbalists who lived before him, from Rabbi Akiva onwards, to Ari, Ramhal, and Baal Shem Tov. Rabash summed up everything they discovered for humanity, and he gave us this methodology in a ready, sorted form, which we can use and implement.
We need to hold on to the instructions for spiritual work he left as stated in his articles. Rabash did not want to go beyond the inner work of man in his explanations. He does not engage in philosophical or historical clarification and does not discuss the general development of mankind. He was very wary of presenting himself as a great Kabbalist, like Baal HaSulam, Ari, and Ramhal, and he tried modestly to keep a low profile. And so it went on throughout his life.
We have yet to reveal the essence of his contribution and his true height, and to see who our teacher really was.
From the Daily Kabbalah Lesson 9/30/22, “Rabash Memorial Day (Yahrzeit)”