Prudence Farrow,  younger sister of actress Mia Farrow, was the inspiration behind The Beatles song "Dear Prudence"

Prudence Farrow, younger sister of actress Mia Farrow, was the inspiration behind The Beatles song "Dear Prudence"

The Beatles “Dear Prudence”: A Portrait of Prudence Farrow Bruns, Maharishi and TM ~ Ken Chawkin ~ "Enjoy this video portrait of Prudence Farrow Bruns, the inspiration for the Beatles song “Dear Prudence”. Prudence discusses her personal journey, meditating with the Beatles in India, the transformation her generation tried to bring about in the world, and the change that can only come from within.."

The Beatles “Dear Prudence”: A Portrait of Prudence Farrow Bruns, Maharishi and TM

SOULJOURNS - PRUDENCE FARROW BRUNS, HER LIFE WITH TM AND MAHARISHI MAHES...

From the very beginning Prudence Farrow Bruns recognized an added layer or texture to her life, a spiritual dimension that would take her deep within.

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Prudence Farrow (Bruns) the sister of Mia Farrow and the muse for the song "Dear Prudence" (Written by John Lennon )

VIDEO: Dear Prudence- An Interview With Prudence Farrow Bruns - YouTube

Prudence Farrow Bruns grew up with her ultra-famous sister Mia Farrow and they both accompanied The Beatles on their spiritual quest to Rishikesh, India, whe.

Prudence Farrow Bruns, subject of famed White Album song, recalls heady days with Maharishi and the Beatles.

The Real 'Dear Prudence' on Meeting Beatles in India

Cynthia Lennon, who married John Lennon when he was a struggling musician and was there when he rose to fame with the Beatles, died Wednesday.

After completing Rosemary’s Baby, Farrow wanted a break from the movie industry and went to India with her sister Prudence, to study transcendental meditation with the Maharishi. While there, the sisters encountered the Beatles, who wrote “Dear Prudence” for Prudence Farrow.

The Beatles in India with Mike Love, Mia Farrow, Donovan and Marianne Faithfull - 1966

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