Prem Rawat and Ancient Wisdom
Prem Rawat is too lazy and disorganised to put his teachings onto paper. During his career his teaching has always been by mainly impromptu speeches or at least the same basic speech that he regurgitated. It has gradually changed as time went on … until it no longer resembled speeches of earlier incarnations.
Beginning in 2007 to 2011 the Ancient Wisdom Series contained 9 different downloadable pdfs. It consists of some Indian folk tales retold by Rawat and edited by the indefatigable Ole Grünbaum. They feature the standard Rawatism team use of strong colors and large fonts to accent sections of his teachings that are presumably considered the most important and are formatted as "poetry." Along with the stories are included sections from some of his current speeches. Despite his beliefs in his own Renaissance creativity, Rawat is a very limited story-teller. Therefore he has even had to resurrect some of the stories he used in satsang as a child 50 years ago, folk tales from the Panchatantra. He includes the old chestnuts, the Sugar Ant and the Salt Ant and the Magic Stone among others and the versions can easily be compared.
Rawat's worker bees try for maximum exposure of Rawat's "wisdom." The Perfume of God speech, for example, is on Youtube, sold on Magcloud and ISSUU, quoted on The Young Peoples Initiative website, on Pinterest, on Words Of website and anywhere else they can find a spot.