Music / Expressions


Prem Rawat - Maharaji - I can make you recognize I can make you recognize [02:42 min] I can make you recognize the beauty, haha! The beauty- beauty; I'm not using the word 'Importance', I'm using the word 'Beauty' of a moment of your life.
Video is accompanied with a music video where the words go as:
"All roads have an ending so our journeys must come to an end.
But you may journey forever when you find the world within."
You don't have much recognition of your breath. I can make you recognize your breath like you have never, never recognized it before.
Prem Rawat - Maharaji - A Minute's Peace A Minute's Peace [01:09 min] One minute slideshow, words by Maharaji, music and quotes.
Prem Rawat - Maharaji - Life Affirmation Life Affirmation [00:59 min] When I am freed, and I have come home- come home to this moment called now. And I feel my heart dancing with gratitude. And perhaps the tears come, but they are not tears of sorrow, they are tears of joy. And every fiber in my being rejoices to be alive. And I have no quest for tomorrow or even the moment yet to come. And I understand everything in this moment called now- because it is a moment which I could live in forever.
Prem Rawat - Maharaji - When you feel Joy When you feel Joy [03:17 min] What is this thing about feeling joy? Ah, you don't know? You don't have to be reminded to smile, it comes automatically.
You become content. You become you. You become rich, kind, conscious, real. You become a human being.
Prem Rawat - Maharaji - What drives you? What drives you? [04:21 min]
Passion for peace - It's about what do you feel?
Do you feel your heart?
Do you feel the passion to want peace in your life?
Do you feel the passion for Joy in your life?
Do you feel the passion for Contentment in your life?
Do you feel the passion for Understanding in your life?
Do you feel the passion for Clarity in your life?

What do you want? What drives you?
Is it logic? Or is it the passion?
Prem Rawat - Maharaji - Amazing music rolled with words of Prem Rawat Amazing music rolled with words of Prem Rawat [05:27 min]
How amazing.. How amazing must be the love that this heart has for the peace!
How amazing must it be the love that this heart has for being fulfilled!
That in the middle of such a raging war, it is still looking, for that one very thing that it recognizes.
The "passion", the "want" must be so great that in the middle of the emptiness it is searching to be fulfilled.
This happens to be the story of every single heart that is here, residing in every single person that is sitting in this room.
You should be impressed! That is courage re-defined, it really is! This is something else.
The need must be so incredibly great that to go, to be rejected again and again and again out of that door,no go away,no go away, but to keep knocking, in the hope that some day this will open.
How amazing is that! How beautiful is that!
And I am not here to sing the praise of that, but to remind you again and again that this is the most beautiful thing!
This moment called now, this life that is dancing in front of you.
Accept it!
Embrace it!
Feel that thirst!
If you dont feel the thirst knowledge means nothing.
Prem Rawat - Maharaji - Stand Still- music slideshow Stand Still- music slideshow [02:08 min] "Stand Very Still" is an excerpt from the album "Music To My Heart". This music has been composed by John Adorney and words are from excerpt of Maharaji / Prem Rawat.
Prem Rawat - Maharaji - The Pledge to Peace Comes to Rome The Pledge to Peace Comes to Rome [08:37 min] Human beings have demonstrated tremendous amounts of greed, anger, confusion, arrogance. But human beings have also, over the period of history, demonstrated tremendous amounts of co-operation.

And is there love? Absolutely! It's upto each one of us; what we reject. Love or hate? Anger or joy? Which one are you?

Believe me, and don't mistake this. I'm not saying I'm going to bring peace- We all are going to bring peace. Everybody has to be interested in peace. I'm not some angel that fell out of the sky; I'm not. I'm just like you, interested in peace. I started very young. Here I am. And I'm still doing what my passion is.
Prem Rawat - Maharaji - Life Teacher Life Teacher [04:33 min] Harsha Vanmali reflects on the effect of Maharaji's work in her life
Prem Rawat - Maharaji - The Mirror The Mirror [04:18 min] ONCE THERE WAS a remote little village. The people in this village were very simple. One day, a tourist arrived. The next morning, he took out his mirror and put it up on a wall so he could shave. He cleaned up and shaved, but he forgot to take the mirror off the wall before he traveled on.

An elderly villager with gray hair, bright eyes, and a beautiful shining face saw the mirror on the wall and looked into it. He had never seen a reflection of himself, so when he saw the face in the mirror, he was mesmerized, and he said to himself, "Today, I have seen the face of God." He left - completely happy: "I have seen God."

Then a young girl came along. When she saw herself in the mirror, she was taken aback. "I have seen the most beautiful woman on the face of this earth. When I grow up, this is what I want to look like!"

And then came along a man who had lost his father not too long before. He looked in the mirror and said, "Oh, my God! I have seen my father again."

Now, the three people who had seen themselves in the mirror started to get very upset. The older man wanted the mirror, because this is where he had seen the face of his god. The young girl wanted the mirror, because this is what she wanted to look like. And the third man wanted the mirror, because in it he had seen his father again.

They started arguing, and before long, fights were breaking out all over the village. Everybody was unhappy, because whoever went to the room and looked in the mirror on the wall- whatever they saw, they liked, and they all wanted the mirror for themselves.

Finally, a wise man happened to come by. When he saw what was going on in the village, he asked, "Why are you all fighting?"

Different people answered: "I want this thing because this is my god," or "This is who I want to be," or "This is my father," or "This is my this; this is my that."

So he asked for the magical thing to be taken down from the wall and brought to him. He looked at it and said, "Don't you know what this is? This is a mirror."

He called the old man, and he said, "You did not see the face of God. You saw yourself."


He called the young girl, and he said, "You did not see the most beautiful woman. You saw yourself."

He called the third man, and he said, "You did not see your father; you saw yourself. You look like your father, and that's why you thought you saw him, but it was you."

One by one, he called everyone and said, "What you see in this mirror, what you like in this mirror, is not the mirror. It's you!"

Now, how does this story relate to peace? You see, peace begins with each one of us. We have forgotten our own self, our own need. We like to talk about food, and we have become very good at it, but does that mean that we don't need to eat anymore? No. You can talk about food all day long. No problem. But sooner or later you've got to eat. This is my little bit of wisdom for you. Hunger does not look at anything else; it looks at being satisfied. And the hunger for peace comes from within you. It is not an intellectual idea.

Peace is the desire of the heart. Your heart. And it is as simple as the coming and going of the breath. Breath. This is how the movie of life begins. And how does the movie end?

Just recently, somebody's father passed away, and this person said to me, "We were all waiting till he had taken his last breath." Once again - breath. I know we're fascinated by the in-between part. This is what we live for, this is why we exist. That's all fine. I'm not criticizing that. But you should never, ever forget the importance of where your life began. And where it will end.