Rajesh Kumar Rai- India

I was never a serious searcher for inner peace or God whatsoever. On the outside, I was quite happy and satisfied. I had a good job, a nice and beautiful wife, nice kids, enough money to live easily, and reasonable respect in society due to my job. We always felt that God had been very kind to us. But at some stage, I felt that there was something more. There was a quest inside that did not seem to be quenched through worldly pleasures. I started looking for more. At first, I started looking for it in books. I went through a lot of scriptures, but they did not satisfy me. Rather they confused me, and my quest for that "something more" increased.

At this stage, a friend of mine mentioned an experience within that he said was very simple, but very profound. He also mentioned Maharaji. I became interested, and when I listened to Maharaji, I found his message so soothing. It affected me deep within. I did not understand why, but something inside was touched every time I listened to him.

Maharaji offered Knowledge to me, and accepting it has transformed my life. I feel complete. I know that what I was looking for was so close to me. It is simple to practice Knowledge. Nobody asks me to follow a particular set of rules or regulations or rituals. I am free in the truest sense of freedom. When I get in touch with my inner self through the practice of Knowledge, I dwell in the realm of peace, contentment, joy, and love.

— Rajesh Kumar Rai

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