Prem Rawat: Endorsements


Prem Rawat has been talking to people about inner peace since he was a child.  As time goes on, more and more individuals from all walks of life are hearing his message and enjoying his presentations.  From radio personalities and show hosts to key political figures, Prem Rawat's message has found a home in the hearts of human beings from all cultures and walks of life.  Here is a random sampling of some of the introductions and allocades given at Prem Rawats international engagements.


“What intrigued me in Prem Rawat’s message is that he speaks of the possibility for every person to find within themselves a peace and happiness that is not dependent on circumstances.

Peace, he says, is within, and it can be felt; we just have forgotten how to get in touch with it. What I also find interesting is that he sees peace not just as the absence of war, but rather as a feeling within to get connected with, to cultivate for oneself.

I see his message as pointing out to us that everyone must find peace for themselves first before helping to bring peace in the world—as sorely needed as it is. I am glad he is with us today.”

Emilio Colombo, former President of the European Parliament
and former Prime Minister of Italy

“Many people in this world speak of peace from different angles. Some speak of peace as a result of good socioeconomic policies or of a sound distribution of wealth. Prem Rawat speaks of peace from a perspective that is both original and intriguing. Rather than looking only to institutions or policies for creating peace, he speaks of a peace that, he says, each person is personally responsible for finding. His message is directed at each individual who comes to hear him, and the people who enjoy his message come from all walks of life.”

Dr. Pages, Rector of the University of Cataluna and Chief Executive Officer of the Universal Forum of Cultures, Barcelona, Spain


“The charter of UNESCO says, ‘Since wars begin in the minds of men, it is in the minds of men that the defence of peace must be constructed.’ While everyone agrees on the philosophical truth behind this statement, little progress has been achieved towards making this vision a reality. No one really knows where to start or how to go about it. Prem Rawat brings a message of peace. He speaks of a peace that is more than the absence of war. A peace that institutions cannot bring. A peace that needs to be established by each individual. To establish peace on the outside, he says, peace needs to be established first on the inside. He brings a remarkable message of hope.”

Richard Patten, Member, Provincial Parliament of Ontario, Canada