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  Maharaji - Podcasts
Maharaji, as Prem Rawat is affectionally know, compares a human life to a construction site—a work in progress that can become more magnificent than the greatest works of art.
Maharaji talks about the demands in life and how much effort it takes to make others happy, and emphasizes how important it is to find contentment and peace, as well.
Maharaji talks about the things we do on the outside to be fulfilled, comparing this pursuit to trying to fill a pot that has holes in it.
maharajipodcasts.blogspot.com   (1548 words)

  Maharaji exploits his devotees
Maharaji is basically a worldly, money grabbing man who has exploited naive and innocent people into working for him as his unpaid slaves.
Maharaji was determined that he would never be put in that situation again, which led to the restructuring and separation of his assets from those of Élan Vital.
Maharaji was only involved in the funding issues in as much as I gave him periodic reports on the financial state of the project.
realmaharaji.bravepages.com /Truth/money.htm   (1612 words)

 Maharaji - Prem Rawat
Prem Rawat, known also by the honorary title Maharaji, has traveled the world for more than four decades, inspiring people to find peace within.
Contactinfo - The site provides telephone numbers and website addresses around the world to obtain information about upcoming events with Maharaji, TV broadcasts that carry his message, and available materials.
Inspire - A weekly e-newsletter with highlights of Maharaji's message and updates about the humanitarian initiatives he is spearheading through his Foundation.
tprf.org /Maharaji/Maharaji.htm   (608 words)

 Prem Rawat - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
"Maharaji progressively dissolved the Divine Light Mission, closing the ashrams, affirming his own status as a master rather than a divine leader, and empahasizing that the Knowledge is universal, non Indian, in nature"[...] "This Knowledge was self-understanding, yielding calmness, peace, and contentment, since the innermost self is identical with the divine.
Maharaji ging zelfstandig verder, zij het met minder pretenties dan voorheen.
Maharaji [still] delivers the four meditative techniques known as the Knowledge which featured in DLM and which afford self-understanding and self-realization, but he insists that such Knowledge is independent of culture and is by no means bound to the religious traditions of India.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Maharaji   (8251 words)

 Maharaji and Elan Vital
According to former DLM administrators, Maharaji was becoming concerned about the financial liabilities that loomed as ashram residents aged, became unemployed, and required increasing medical and dental care.
In a further change Maharaji downgraded and then effectively did away with the Instructor role and the teaching of the meditation techniques was a task accorded to Rawat alone, he was also the only person allowed to speak about the Knowledge.
Maharaji also instigated changes both to the presentation of his message and to his relationship to his followers.
www.prem-rawat-maharaji.info /index.php?id=25   (1592 words)

 Maharaji - Simple English Wikipedia
Prem Rawat, also known as Maharaji, was born in India on December 10, 1957 and started speaking to people about inner peace when he was only 3 years old.
According to The Prem Rawat Foundation website, Maharaji provides inspiration and guidance about the possibility of knowing inner peace and contentment through four techniques that he calls "Knowledge".
Some of his students are in their late teens, and others have been his students for more than thirty-five years.
simple.wikipedia.org /wiki/Maharaji   (371 words)

 The Kathak Ensemble & Friends - Maharaji, Padma Vibhushan Pandit Birju Maharaj
I watched Maharaji rehearsing and creating choreography for the Kendra's "ballet unit", took vocal and tabla classes and observed every Kathak class I was allowed to sit in.
I had heard of Maharaji's legendary partnership with Kumudini Lakhia, who had left Delhi to found her own institution in Ahmedabad by the time I joined the Kendra.
I was thrilled to watch Maharaji and Kumuji offer their dance at the wedding reception for the daughter of Bharatiya Kala Kendra's founder Sumitra Charat Ram.
www.kathakensemble.com /birju.html   (777 words)

Maharaji talks about how, while often the importance of a day is based upon failures or successes du...
Maharaji, as Prem Rawat is widely known, talks about the basic human wish for peace and joy, and say...
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www.squidoo.com /maharaji   (1399 words)

 Contact Info
Maharaji's addresses are a rich source of inspiration.
The events of Maharaji and the production of materials are supported by the voluntary contributions of appreciative individuals throughout the world.
If you wish to discover more about Maharaji's Knowledge and about how to prepare to be taught these techniques, please visit thekeys.maharaji.net where you can download a brochure and watch the video "Discovering More".
contactinfo.net /faq.cfm   (1091 words)

 Maharaji (Prem Rawat): An Introduction
Maharaji (Prem Rawat) was born in India in 1957, the fourth son of the 'satguru' (true guru, there being only one in the world at a time), who had a large following in northern India.
From a premie's point of view, Maharaji's Knowledge is the way to inner peace, to find your 'heart', with Maharaji as the master of the meditation - teaching it in the first place, and from then on providing the inspiration and grace for the premie to progress.
For most other people, including ex-premies (like myself), Maharaji is the head of a cult, who teaches platitudes and fluff, and lives off the gullibility and credulity of his followers.
www.mikefinch.com /mj/hl.htm   (565 words)

 Maharaji - What People Say: December 2003 Archives
Maharaji, que j’ai ignoré au début, est celui qui a été capable de me guider jusqu’ici sur la voie de la découverte et de l’appréciation avec une infinie patience, beaucoup d’inspiration, et tant de délicatesse.
Maharaji provides guidance and leadership on this path, reminding me of the value of my life and the importance of consistent practice of the techniques of self-knowledge.
There is more to Maharaji's message than words: a video and a booklet presents the possibility Maharaji offers and how to make the most of it.
www.whatpeoplesay.org /2003/12/index.html   (7719 words)

 Maharaji's Start in the West
None of them were mahatmas, in the sense of being authorised by Maharaji, although I know both in US and UK some people pretended or thought they were.
Maharaji made Charnanand tell them all to dress in Western style, and stop their trip.
Several times I was in the room while Maharaji was talking to MataJi over the phone, and he was yelling and I could hear her yelling, and things sounded very unpleasant between them.
www.mikefinch.com /mj/art/mbw.htm   (1001 words)

 Is Maharaji a leader of a cult? (Part 2)
Surely Mitch recalls the tirades of Maharaji and his minions about how our "mind" shouldn't be listened to, that it is on a mission to make us miserable and kick us off the path of knowledge and devotion.
Specifically, Maharaji said that your mind was a "fly" that must be "smashed," a "snake that must be killed," and that leaving the practice of knowledge was to jump from a ship into shark-infested waters.
The problem is that spreading knowledge conflicts with Maharaji being able to live in the style to which he has become accustomed in the hills of Malibu.
www.ex-premie2.org /pages/jwcult2.htm   (1430 words)

 Religious Movements Homepage: Divine Light Mission/ Elan Vital
Maharaji states that in the year 1998, "I accepted invitations to speak at 123 events with a total attendance of 305,696"
Maharaji usually repeats the meditation tutorial several times to make sure that they are being done correctly.
Maharaji states not to expect anything spectacular, and that the major goal of the meditation is to focus on the inside
religiousmovements.lib.virginia.edu /nrms/SAVED/elanvital.html   (3738 words)

 Prem Rawat aka Maharaji
The purpose of this website is to provide an information resource for the media and those interested in the character and history of Prem Rawat and the organizations that support and promote him.
This website should in no way be construed as an official publication of either Prem Rawat, also called Maharaji, or the organizations that promote him, which include Elan Vital, the Prem Rawat Foundation and Raj Vidya Kender.
Later in the eighties he started referring to himself as Maharaji and the various Divine Light Mission organizations were gradually replaced by entities with the name Elan Vital.
www.prem-rawat-maharaji.info /index.php?id=4   (549 words)

 Knowledge Base > Is it true that this small hate group has committed criminal acts against the organisations and ...
Maharaji's students have been the victims of persecution by this small hate group.
Mounting campaigns of telephone calls and letter writing to the employers of Maharaji's students "warning" them that they employ "a member of a dangerous cult." This caused several of Maharaji's students to lose their jobs or have to close their business.
Publishing on the Internet the floor plans of Maharaji's house (where his wife and children reside), publishing his personal telephone number and encouraging people to call him.
www.elanvital.com.au /faq/idx/11/085/article   (523 words)

 Maharaji's Divinity, The False Academic Denial Of It, And Wikipedia
There is an ongoing attempt by Maharaji's organizations and his current followers to deny the claim of Maharaji's divinity, which was widespread in the 1970's and 1980's.
As I started this essay, Maharaji was accepted as being divine by all serious premies of that time, and he himself actively encouraged that belief, while trying not to leave too many direct quotes to posterity.
Maharaji was always held, and is even now still held, to be someone very special with divine powers.
www.mikefinch.com /mj/art/md.htm   (3918 words)

 Articles on Maharaji (Prem Rawat)
Maharaji's organisations (Divine Light Mission, Elan Vital, the Prem Rawat Foundation) are often seen by premies as being elitist, and getting in between the individual premie and Maharaji.
After I had left Maharaji, I received an email from a premie close to Maharaji personally, who I knew well, who was saying that I was wrong and Maharaji is still the one etc. Actually, it was said with a lot of passion, and compassion, and this is my email back to them.
I have seen a new strategy emerging from Maharaji and his followers, whether deliberate or by accident, that is denying the 'devotional' aspect of Maharaji's work in the West.
mikefinch.com /mj/art.htm   (1146 words)

 elan vital : profile - Maharaji (Prem Rawat)
The charity was established to help people achieve self-fulfillment based on the teachings of Prem Rawat, also known as Maharaji.
Elan Vital distributes materials related to Maharaji's teachings and is also responsible for the video presentations that take place in various locations around the country.
These events show videos of Maharaji speaking around the world and are open to anyone with a genuine interest in discovering his teachings.
www.elanvital.org.uk /elan_vital/profile.html   (144 words)

 Elan Vital - Prem Rawat - Maharaji
Born in India in 1957, Prem Rawat, widely known as Maharaji, started speaking to audiences about inner peace at the age of three and gave his first published address when he was only four years old.
At the age of eight, when his father, also a teacher of inner peace, passed away, he accepted the responsibility of bringing this message to people all around the world.
Maharaji speaks about the possibility of knowing inner peace and contentment.
www.elanvital.org /Maharaji.html   (252 words)

 Press Releases :: Maharaji // Prem Rawat - News, Excerpts and more   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Prem Rawat, widely known as Maharaji, has inaugurated a new facility which will provide free hot meals each day year-round to people in a tribal area in Jharkhand, northeastern India.
Bangkok, Thailand, May 17 — Prem Rawat, known also as Maharaji, was invited by leaders of Thammassat University, a leading Thai institution of higher education, to address a capacity audience of civic, government, and academic leaders.
For Linda Pascotto, President of the Foundation, who attended the ceremony: “We are pleased that Prem Rawat can present today, via his Foundation, this contribution which comes from him personally and from the generosity of people around the world with an appreciation for his message of peace and humanitarian efforts.
maharaji.blogharbor.com /blog/PressReleases   (3682 words)

 Prem Rawat aka Maharaji
This website should in no way be construed as an official publication of either Prem Rawat, also called Maharaji, or the organizations that promote him, which include Elan Vital, the Prem Rawat Foundation and Raj Vidya Kender.
When Prem Rawat first came to the West in the seventies, he was referred to as Guru Maharaj Ji or Guru Maharaji.
Later in the eighties he started referring to himself as Maharaji and the various Divine Light Mission organizations were gradually replaced by entities with the name Elan Vital.
www.prem-rawat-maharaji.info   (568 words)

 Knowledge Base > Why was Maharaji described as "Greater than God" in the '70s?
Such statements were made in the '70s at a time of affinity for all things Indian.
Maharaji speaks to the media from time to time....
There is more to Maharaji's message than words....
www.elanvital.com.au /faq/idx/10/076/article/)   (134 words)

 The Prem Rawat Foundation - Press Room: Newspaper and Magazine Articles about Maharaji
In this two-page article with photos, Maharaji responds to questions about the pursuit of inner peace in a fast-paced world where most are fully engaged in the race to succeed.
This 5-page article, with photos of recent events with Maharaji, and an overview of humanitarian initiatives by The Prem Rawat Foundation, was written by a New York journalist who interviewed Maharaji.
Maharaji was invited to write an article about peace for this prestigious publication, the largest daily newspaper in India.
www.tprf.org /magazinearticles.htm   (656 words)

 Dévôts de élan vital, gourou maharaji, Mission de la lumière divine
A chaque fois qu'il y a des rumeurs, on considère que Maharaji lui-même n'est pas impliqué et que c'est son entourage qui est douteux.
Il n'y a pas d'amour de Maharaji pour les disciples, mais beaucoup de mépris, une dictature et en définitive un système totalitaire, le berger et ses moutons.
Cela étant, je n'ai pas été étonné d'apprendre que Maharaji a de fortes tendances alcooliques, qu'il se drogue et qu'il a des maîtresses.
www.prevensectes.com /elan4.htm   (2015 words)

 The Truth about Prem Rawat (Maharaji); apostate propaganda debunked.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Malicious, misleading information about Prem Rawat (Maharaji) and Knowledge is being published by a small but vocal hate group known as "ex-premies." In this website I explain the real motivation behind their activities; I debunk their propaganda, and I provide links to other websites where accurate, up-to-date information can be obtained.
Over the years I have known Maharaji, what has attracted me most is his irreverent sense of humor and willingness to debunk myths.
In my experience, Maharaji has the unique quality and ability to be able to trigger conscious awareness of that part of my being.
www.one-reality.net /faq.htm   (6537 words)

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