Inner peace available on campus

Inner Peace Club Victor Kamont poses for a photograph at Botanical Garders Located at Pierce College Woodland Hills Calif. Monday March 12, 2012. Photo: Jose Romero
Inner Peace Club Victor Kamont poses for a photograph at Botanical Garders Located at Pierce College Woodland Hills Calif. Monday March 12, 2012. Photo: Jose Romero

 

 

Inner peace can now be attainable by Pierce College students thanks to the newest club on campus the Inner Peace Club

The Inner Peace Club is the newest club on campus and their goal is to help students learn and experience peace within oneself.

The club is based on the peace teachings of Prem Rawat, who according to club founder Victor Stephen Kamont, teaches inner peace by exploring inside of oneself.

Kamont stated that Rawat gives the gift of knowledge and free of charge.

“The reason why it’s free,” Kamont said “is because it is priceless. You would not be able to [put a price on] it.”

The club currently does not have a meeting place, but they do have 20 or more members according to Kamont. The club does have a website where members and new members can visit to watch videos on the teachings of Rawat.

Kamont stated that he would like for the club to meet on Monday nights at 5pm, but due to the members conflicting schedules and depending on what the ASO states, no location has been determined yet.

Kamont plans to open a Facebook page for the club so that he can post weekly videos for the members to watch.

“The most wonderful experience you can have,” Kamont said “is to know that everything you want is on the inside and not the outside.”