The Heart of the Matter
July 15, 2015
Prem Rawat in Baltimore

Prem finger in air.jpg

A few people asked me for a report on what Prem Rawat talked about, on July 12th, in Baltimore. Since I did not take notes, I cannot share any excerpts. That being said, here are some impressions of mine:

1. He is a very happy man.

2. His main message: everything you need is inside you.

3. If you want to experience "heaven" later in life, experience it now.

4. He is neither religious or spiritual. He is free.

5. He has an extraordinary ability to uplift, inspire, and awaken.

6. He has an extraordinary sense of humor.

7. I think the reason why he seems to move so quickly between humor and seriousness has best been described by Peter Ustinov who said: "Comedy is simply a funny way of being serious."

8. He is, at once, extremely modern and extremely ancient.

9. It's up to each one of us to experience peace within ourselves. It's not about going to a mountain top or monastery or pilgrimage. It's about accessing the gift we already have.

10. The people I met on the street who attended the event were all radiant, present, and exceedingly alive.

Prem Rawat video (not from Baltimore)

Posted by Mitch Ditkoff at July 15, 2015 04:30 PM

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