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Prem Rawat - Maharaji - Asli Khwahish Asli Khwahish [19:29 min] Khwahish Anand Mein Rehne Ki. The urge to be in joy. Many people say that we're just puppet. The orchestration is done by someone else. If you think so, it really is!
kabhi mann rang turang chadhe
kabhi mann sochat hai dhan ko
Prem Rawat - Maharaji - National Institute of Technical Teachers Training, Chandigarh National Institute of Technical Teachers Training, Chandigarh [21:48 min] International Peace speaker & Ambassador of Peace Prem Rawat has been invited by National Institute of Technical Teachers Training & Research, Chandigarh to speak to the faculty members and other guests. Few of he excerpts from the event presented here. If you're compared to a bird- don't forget to fly. Flying is a symbol of bird's freedom.
If you're a flower, don't forget to bloom.
You're the most beautiful.
Prem Rawat - Maharaji - Samay Seemit Hain Samay Seemit Hain [05:23 min] Your time is limited. 25th March 2018
What is the real attraction in your life? What are you attracted to? We, in our lives, need equilibrium. Of feeling good. There are certain things for you that work. Feeling good works, feeling bad doesn't work. You are not bored with feeling good. This is your nature. Do you concur with your nature?
When the heart is filled with gratitude, this is blessing. When the priority of heart is understood and acknowledged. When I don't bank on yesterday, nor tomorrow. But I can bank on this moment called now.
Prem Rawat - Maharaji - Kartavya: Responsibility Kartavya: Responsibility [18:08 min] what is your first responsibility. To experience the truth within yourself. When you experience, you'll completely become a human being. Before that, you're a two-legged animal.
Prem Rawat - Maharaji - kisko kiski jaroorat? kisko kiski jaroorat? [02:03 min]
Jaal pade jal jaat bahi
taj meenan ko moh
rahiman machli heer ko
kaun na jhadat chhoy.
When the fisherman puts his net, he catches the fish while the water leaves the fish. Fish still longs and yearns for that water. Who needs whom?
Prem Rawat - Maharaji - Mann aur hriday Mann aur hriday [25:05 min] Vastawik Duniya Kiski- Mann ki Ya Hriday ki?
It is important that you spend time with yourself, know your desires, your own personality. In addition, you should know how to manage yourself, your thoughts, behavior and inner conflicts.
Two aspects are there: Your brain and your heart. All your relations, your business, your friends are all related to this (pointing to the brain). How so? If a person gets concussion- He forgets all of this. Where are all your problems? Here (brain). Your problems can never be bigger than your brain!
Prem Rawat - Maharaji - Silsala Anubhav Ka Silsala Anubhav Ka [22:56 min] We're hear to talk about how fortunate we are, that we have this life. That we have this existence. I'm going to talk about battles, and war. That's important to know, in my opinion. In this life you will have many battles, but you'll only have one war. Only one war. Why am I talking about battles and war? Few weeks ago, I was talking to someone. While trying to explain, I said, "Look don't worry so much about the battles. Win some, lose some. But be very careful that you don't lose the war"
Prem Rawat - Maharaji - Safalta Safalta [20:36 min] Success. Whether you like it or not, you transform. When to cease to acknowledge the value of each moment in your life, then that desire to transform carries no meaning. We sit and plan "We want to retire at this age and do this and that." If you ask the person, "Why do you want to retire?" The answer is "So that I can do what I always wanted to do". So what is it that you've always wanted to do? It's same that you wanted to do when you were three, four, five. But you thought you couldn't do then. Then 16, then 21 and so on.
Once in thirties the figure starts rolling back. If you ask a person 7 years later he still says "I'm in my thirties!" And then once they've almost passed 40s, they say "I'm in my late thirties!" A reluctance to have become older without having done what you've always wanted to do. And then 65- At your retirement you find that you still haven't done what you always wanted to do. Then you come across a 10 year old and see in his eye. He looks very attractive because you see the same passion that you once had. The same thirst and same desire to do what you always wanted to do.
Do what you have always wanted to do. And what is that? That something within you thirsts to be content, to trade curiosity for knowing. Not once does curiosity satisfy the thirst. Whatever you do, it preserves itself as curiosity. Here what I'm referring to, is not thinking; it's feeling. Because that is the first greatest gift and most powerful gift you have. You can feel it.