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Maharaji Know thyself has echoed through the ages This simple statement has been revised and updated but has never lost its charm or intrigue We all in our own ways want to better ourselves be it in our career our family our friends our skillswhatever our chosen endeavor may be So we should and to this end many avenues are available to us However one cannot forget ones self Knowledge of the self is importantto some indeed paramount Knowledge of the self begins with the self Your universe resides within you waiting to be discovered What does it take It takes a sincere desire an earnest thirst Understanding is a wonderful surprise That which didnt make sense all of a sudden does My efforts have always been to help people understand and feel the feeling within People through the years have tried to place me in a mold and from the very early years I have not been able to oblige them When I was very young people were looking for the old silver-haired Guru with flowing white robes I was only eight When people were flocking to India for their search I was in the West When people were looking for sophisticated discourses I spoke of simple things When people wanted nirvana I said You need peace When people said Tell us of the scriptures I said Look within you When people asked What is your qualification I said Judge me by what I offer To this day some people see me the way they want to After all I guess it is rather inconvenient to see things as they really are I have evolved but my message stays the same Externally I have changed but within me something stays the same Maharaji was born sometime in 1958 Although back then he was known as Prem Pal Rawat He along with his father mother stepmother three brothers and half sister lived together
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