The "Satsangs" of Prem Rawat aka Maharaji aka Guru Maharaj Ji

The major and virtually only source of teachings, doctrines, etc in Prem Rawat's career as a "Master" are his speeches. These are mainly extemperaneous though they are very repetitious and have evolved greatly since he first began speaking to audiences as the empowered incarnation of God - Prem Rawat (Maharaji) speaks in 1966. However, they maintain one constant idea, Prem Rawat is the only source of real peace and happiness in the world today and he is the last and greatest in a line of "Masters" - Prem Rawat (Maharaji) speaks, he formerly called "Perfect Masters - Prem Rawat (Maharaji) speaks", that includes Jesus Christ - Prem Rawat (Maharaji) speaks and Krishna - Prem Rawat (Maharaji) speaks who taught the same "Knowledge - Prem Rawat (Maharaji) speaks" he now teaches. The language has evolved (though when in India he uses the same concepts that are no longer discussed in the West) but the message remains the same. Whether that is deliberate deceit or a growth and maturing in exposition is a matter of debate though it is difficult for most people to accept that claims of being the Ultimate Ruler and Supreme Divinity - Prem Rawat (Maharaji) speaks can be laid aside while maintaining any shred of credibility.

This is the beginning of a collection of his speeches or excerpts from his speeches listed according to date. They are named by some of his unsung heroic followers who wade through the turgid banalities to try to extract a meaningful and inspiring title for each speech. In Rawat's early speeches he openly proclaims Himself to be the Perfect Master, God Incarnate on the planet, come with more power than ever before and about to initiate the Golden Age of humanity but he always avoids answering a direct question like "Are you the Perfect Master?" Go figure.


1986 - 89

Excerpts from the Thank You CDs 2001 - 2007

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Prem Rawat's "Knowledge" has three parts: regularly listening to his speeches, doing voluntary work for organisations serving him or donating money and daily meditation correctly practicing the four techniques he recommends. The techniques are so simple it's hard to see how they could be practiced incorrectly. First technique ("Divine Light") involves sticking your thumb and middle finger on your eyeballs (NB: with eyes closed) and your index finger between your eyebrows. Second technique: ("Heavenly Music") poking your thumbs into your ears and listening. Third technique: ("Holy Name") thinking about your breathing (NB: continue to breathe). Fourth technique: ("Nectar") curling your tongue backwards and tasting. Rawat's father taught slightly different techniques but either way it's difficult to see how these could produce the benefits claimed for them especially as Rawat claims His Knowledge is the only method of attaining real happiness and love in this life.