Friedhelm B.- Germany

Knowledge for me is a practical way to feel secure and centered within. It is a possibility to experience life and to witness a sense of inner growing. Life becomes worthwhile in itself. A sense of urgency exists to get rid of frustration and boredom and to replace them with inner fulfillment.

Before being shown this experience, I was having a great time in England. I had a well-paid and interesting job, enough leisure time, and a nice girl friend. Everything was really fine. I still remember one evening sitting in a pizzeria, enjoying, and yet feeling an inner ache as if something were telling me: “This can’t be it. You are squandering away your time and your youth.”

When I received the techniques of Knowledge, I felt really exalted. Here was something worthwhile to explore. Here was a teacher, Maharaji, not only giving me these techniques, but also helping me on this way with his inspiring speeches and his own example. The only thing that bothered me was the thought: “This is too easy! I should have come upon this by myself.”

Before Knowledge, I had looked for freedom by changing my address at least once a year, moving from town to town within Germany, France, and England. The sense of excitement and freshness it gave me withered the more I did it.

Now I have found a way to the constant “new.” The more I get to it, the fresher and better it gets. Life seems to come alive.

— Friedhelm B.

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Millions of people have been touched by Prem Rawat's message of inner Peace and contentment. He addresses people from various walks of life. Whether he speaks to uneducated farmers in remote villages in India or to business leaders and government officials, his message remains same and directed to each individual. Expression from people in different walks of life, inspired by the message of Prem Rawat: