That's a great list but here are a few other things Rawat teaches, sometimes tacitly, worth mentioning:
That children are pure and closer to "Truth" than the rest of us. As we grow up and start to think, we drift further away.
That "truth" is not in ideas or words. In fact, words and ideas are misleading traps and questions even worse. The best "answer" for questions is to stop asking them.
That Maharaji is here to answer all our questions.
That Maharaji is not here to answer all our questions but rather to show us an experience.
That it's wrong to relax and feel good or satisfied about one's experience of Knowledge because that's the sign of complacency and a recipe for disaster.
That premies should relax and feel good and satisfied about their experience of Knowledge and not worry all the time.
That no one can ever know or judge how well they or anyone else understand or have progressed along the path of Knowledge.
That people who leave Maharaji obviously never experienced anything legitimate in Knowledge.
That Knowledge is a path.
That Knowledge is not a path.
That we should love each other as we are all, after all, the same thing.
That we are all individuals and no one can ever really know another person so we should mind our own business.
That we are here to pursue excellence in all our endeavours.
That nothing in this world matters.
That Maharaji is God incarnate.
That Maharaji is not God incarnate but a normal human being like anyone else.
That Maharaji is the one who controls this process and only he can lead us to the destination we may or may not be on a path to.
That Maharaji is not a leader and never said he was either.
That people are all too serious about things.
That everyone thinks life is just a big joke when it's really deadly serious.
That Maharaji leads a selfless life of extraordinarly dedicated work and an extremely taxing schedule.
That Maharaji's no martyr and knows how to enjoy life to the fullest.
That Maharaji is here for us.
That we are here for Maharaji.
That Knowledge is at the heart of all religions.
That Knowledge has nothing at all do to with religion.
That one can and must meditate on the Word a/k/a Holy Name of God, 24/7/365
That one should only meditate on that technique a bit
That one should meditate with a bragon
That one should not meditate with a bragon
That Knowledge is the real meditation
That Knowledge has nothing to do with meditation
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5 Brighter than 1000 suns as seen through night vision goggles
4 As bright as the lights on Maharaji's jet
3 As bright as a 60 watt light bulb
2 As bright as a pile of burning ghi on a swinging arti tray
1 As bright as the inner light as seen by the third eye
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Prem Rawat's House of Maharaji Drek
Quirky Trivia Relating to Maharaji
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