Music / Expressions


Prem Rawat - Maharaji - None other than you None other than you [02:50 min] This is your existence. Sometimes we forget, what is under process. What is being created here? What is being made here? This construction site is no ordinary construction site. Done well, it will be better and more beautiful than Mona Lisa. Done well and chiseled well, it will be more grand than the statue of David. It’ll be more magnificent than the Sistine Chapel.

And who will be the judge of this? Who will be the admirer? Who will be the one that stands back and say, "Yup! This is good!" None other than, you!

Then prepare yourself to have those eyes of simplicity that can truly admire the magnificence that is possible. Then prepare those eyes of simplicity. That heart, and understanding of simplicity, so when you stand in front of that portrait that you have managed to paint, you will be able to admire it. Admiration and simplicity are the guardian angels of this beautiful experience called peace.
Prem Rawat - Maharaji - Words of Peace at UN Day of Peace 2008- Maui, Hawaii "Words of Peace" at UN Day of Peace 2008- Maui, Hawaii [05:09 min] This is the effort of some folks on Maui to let attendees at the UN Day of Peace Celebration know about the "Words of Peace" broadcasts and the message of Prem Rawat.
The United Nations’ International Day of Peace- marked every year on September 21- is a global holiday when individuals, communities, nations and governments highlight efforts to end conflict and promote peace.
Established by U.N. resolution in 1982, "Peace Day" has grown to include millions of people around the world who participate in all kinds of events, large and small.
Prem Rawat - Maharaji - You need to know You need to know [01:41 min] That what you're looking for, and what you have been searching for, is already inside of you.
The peace that I talk about, is that peace that is the answer to all your questions.
You need to know that beauty that resides in your heart. You need to know!
Prem Rawat - Maharaji - Interview with Prem Rawat on Record TV Interview with Prem Rawat on Record TV [03:28 min] On 9th April 2013 Prem Rawat was interviewed by the No.2 TV channel in Brazil, Record TV, immediately before receiving the Citizenship of São Paulo. Concerned with building a culture of peace within Brazil, Record TV asked questions of Prem Rawat about his message of peace and how Brazil might benefit.
Prem Rawat - Maharaji - What people say- Teatro Rossetti Trieste Italy What people say- Teatro Rossetti Trieste Italy [10:02 min] A beautiful video having excerpt of Maharaji, and the expressions of people who listened to him in Teatro Rossetti Trieste, Italy. "I was living as if i’m going to live forever. Now I live and make every day count, make every moment count. This life is so precious. Thank you, Thank you- My heart fills with gratitude!"
Prem Rawat - Maharaji - Peacemakers: Conversation with Mr. Gee- Part 2 Peacemakers: Conversation with Mr. Gee- Part 2 [23:25 min] Urban poet, spoken word recording artist, comedian and broadcaster Mr. Gee interviews international ambassador of peace Prem Rawat in the PEACEMAKERS series. This video is Part Two of a two-part series.
Prem Rawat - Maharaji - A Lifetime A Lifetime [03:42 min] You have this life, that is important, true, and real.
Given that you have this incredible opportunity, what would you do with it?
Would you squander it away, or would you embrace it?
One moment lost, is not coming back; such is the severity of the subject.
This life has to be lead consciously.
What does it mean to open your eyes?
Delight, embrace this life!
Prem Rawat - Maharaji - Recovering with Dignity Recovering with Dignity [05:42 min] Since the devastating 7.8-magnitude earthquake struck Nepal in April, The Prem Rawat Foundation has been providing food, shelter, and vital supplies to thousands of villagers in need. This new video reports on the ongoing relief effort and features perspective from some of the volunteers who are distributing aid as well as some of the victims who are receiving help.
Prem Rawat - Maharaji - Rags to Riches Rags to Riches [03:17 min] It is a nice story which Maharaji narrated in one of the events. The story is about a poor man who was picked by his king and given a job. Gradually, after working hard, he became one of the kings ministers. The kings other ministers were terribly jealous of this man.
This man had a room which had a box and he used to spend a lot of time with the box. Jealous of this man, the other ministers traduced the king. The king had immense trust and faith on this man, however, the king believed the hearsay and got suspicious of the man.
The king decided to catch the man red handed. One day, he decided to follow the man. He followed the man to the room and knocked at the door once the man was inside. The man humbly opened the door and invited the king inside. The king asked him what he does everyday in the room and what had he hidden in the box. The king accused him of theft and ordered him to open the box. The man opened the box, but it had nothing but a set of torn clothes.
The man tells the king, "I come here everday and wear these clothes once for a while. These clothes remind me of where I was and where are my grounds. Looking at them I am grateful for what I am today."
The creator has bestowed upon each one of us, a source of ultimate joy and peace, which can be felt. But we forget this fact in the glitter of this world. In the company of the true master, we get the inspiration to find the peace and joy which lies in the heart through which we can get gratitude.
Prem Rawat - Maharaji - Jeremy Gilley in Conversation with Prem Rawat Jeremy Gilley in Conversation with Prem Rawat [23:52 min] In May 2013 Prem Rawat met with Jeremy Gilley to talk about peace, its importance, and understanding how it might be spread. This conversation is part of PeaceBeat's 48-hour webcast.

With a series of terrible armed conflicts during the 1990's, Jeremy Gilley, a British actor and filmmaker, wanted to know why peace was so distant. As a young man Jeremy was frustrated, angry and confused about the appalling suffering that was going on in the world. But he decided he wanted to do something about it. And so began a journey to try and create at least one fixed day where the world would be at peace.

Jeremy's strategy was to make a documentary about his efforts to establish a global day of peace, believing, quite reasonably, that he would fail. However, he felt that in failing, his film would place a spotlight on the issues of peace, and embarrass politicians and global leaders into action. Against his wildest expectations, the 21st September was unanimously adopted by all countries of the United Nations as Peace Day.

Jeremy has subsequently gone on to establish the NGO Peace One Day to campaign for global recognition and acceptance of the day.