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Prem Rawat - Maharaji - Prem Rawat in Miami (Jan-07) Prem Rawat in Miami (Jan-07) [55:00 min] Maharaji in Miami, Florida, USA- January 28, 2007.
Prem Rawat - Maharaji - Staying Focused Staying Focused [63:23 min] Prem Rawat focuses on the stark difference between the dust and elements that make up a human body and the life that makes that body into a human being.
Prem Rawat - Maharaji - Living Beauty Living Beauty [73:00 min] The video is a complete excerpt of the event which took place in Hamburg, Germany. It was held in the year 2006.
Prem Rawat - Maharaji - University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur [36:04 min] Vice Chancellor, Captain Dato’ Professor Dr. Hashim Yaacob, describes Maharaji's message to be intriguing. The University of Malaya (Abbreviation: UM; Malay: Universiti Malaya) is the oldest university in Malaysia. The university motto, Ilmu Punca Kemajuan (Malay: Knowledge is the Key to Success), reflects the philosophy of the University in its constant endeavor to seek knowledge in all fields to produce successful graduates and a successful nation.
Prem Rawat - Maharaji - Canary Islands- The Voyage Canary Islands- The Voyage [58:03 min] Prem Rawat speaking at an event in the Canary Islands in 2006.
Prem Rawat - Maharaji - An Experience Inside An Experience Inside [27:00 min] The truest happiness is within, says Prem Rawat, and when a person feels the contentment within, things seem to fall into place. He goes on to say that understanding this fact is a key strength that every human being can possess.
Prem Rawat - Maharaji - Solitary Traveler Solitary Traveler [58:00 min] Maharaji spoke at Brighton, England in the year 2006. The video is a complete excerpt of the event.
Prem Rawat - Maharaji - Prem Rawat in Knoxville- Life is calling Prem Rawat in Knoxville- Life is calling [69:09 min] It's a pleasure to be here. Talk to you about something which is so simple and yet so profound. Some people may think what will I talk about, this time. Well, I will talk about the same thing. I want to remind people of something they already know. It is amazing how in our life, we keep all that is good, and we save it for the last. Who came with this idea! It is the stupidest concept. To take the best, and save it for the last. Maybe it started from deserts, I can understand that! Because maybe the food is so pathetic, that a sugar at the end is all you need. Life is not like that. Life is a beautiful journey that takes place every single day, which is dancing and calling you. It wants you to actively participate with it. Recently, somebody was driving me who was having a bad day. Every single way that he took me was a wrong way. Next day we started again, and started talking. He said it was a perfect disaster. I said no it was not. You were alive, it was beautiful. I had to go to funeral once. In fact I knew this person, and knew that it is time for him to leave. I had said him goodbye before taking a long trip to India. But still it was shocking. People get shocked when someone has to leave, and yet you know that everyone has to leave. In the cemetery, there are a lot of headstones. What do they represent? They represent someone who died, but it also represents history. History of a person who had good days, and bad days. And what is the different between that headstone and me? If I don't awaken to being alive, and if I don't awaken to a moment that came into my life, and that will be the value of that moment? I am concerned about all the things that is happening around me, and least concerned about something that is so important. The only difference between the headstone and me, is that b.r.e.a.t.h.

It is so fine that we cannot even take photograph, cannot paint, cannot make a statue of it, or even give, buy or trade it. And it is all the difference that you are. And because it comes, you are intelligent. Because it comes, you are Mr. or Ms/Dr/Captain/Professor so and so. Because of this gift of breath you have the capability to understand, to question, to reason, observe, to learn- Thanks, thanks this gift of breath that comes into you. People say "I've had my job for 27 years. I have been flying for 11,000 hours."" I said that to somebody! that I have 11,000 hours of flying. And I started thinking, that I do not remember how many breaths I have taken. Every hour that I flew proudly is by the courtesy of this breath. Why do I forget what is so important. What am I saving for the last? The possibility of being in peace, am I saving it for the last? If so, change of plans are required. I need to experience that every single day that I'm alive. For real, not an abstract concept.
Prem Rawat - Maharaji - The Truest Celebration The Truest Celebration [28:00 min] A nature of a human being, Prem Rawat says, is to search, even if what we are searching for is undefined. But when we know what we are searching for, we can begin to accept that it is within us. And then, Rawat says, that is the day a human being can truly begin to live life as a celebration.
Prem Rawat - Maharaji - What is your echo? Ipoh, Malaysia What is your echo? Ipoh, Malaysia [65:17 min] Ipoh, Malaysia had the opportunity in April 2014 to host an event with Prem Rawat for the first time. In this fun and insightful address, he spoke about the importance of finding the value of being alive in the midst of constantly changing circumstances.
Ipoh, Malaysia. Wednesday 2 April 2014