Connect magazine, Issue 1 1998
Inspiration & Information
Many will hear what he has to say for the first time, but what he says, as he so often points out, is not new, but timeless. Down through the ages, there has always been the reminder that the joy we search for is within us. Yet the enjoyment of the gift of life still remains elusive for so many.
For more than 30 years, Maharaji has worked to make Knowledge available on a scale never before known.
In March, in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, he said that he had completed the first stage of his work and now looks forward to the second. "We need to go forward. There are so many people who are hungry for this gift."
So much is going on around the world: events have started in South Korea; videos are delivered to the remotest parts of the Australian outback; research into "live" satellite links for global broadcasts is under way; in India and Africa, video events proliferate; people travel back to their homelands to tell their family and friends about Maharaji; and many thousands continue to receive Knowledge each year.
It is purely the inspiration of Knowledge in people's lives that engages them in such an amazing array of activities.
Connect hopes, at least, to reflect this inspiration which has been breathed into the lives of so many, across the globe. It will provide information about how such inspiration has moved so many to do so much.
Mark Winter, Josie Winter, Michal Story, Jonathan Cainer, Charlotte Wolff, Beige Timmerberg, Norman Silver, Michael Borden, Douglas Hetherington, Jerry Stampfer, Mitch Shapiro, Ros Sutton, Evelyn Vuko, Chitra Gyan Chand, Naomi Miller, Matilda MacAttram, S L Goel, Glen Whittaker
Rosie Lee, John McClean, Jenny Perkins, Jaromir Rindler, Maria Piekarski, Glenn Carver, Nandan Gatori, John O'Sullivan, Bev Kruger, Annie Saw, Richard Lasseigne
Corinne Lin, Dominique Lin, Carol O'Connell, Jeff Allen, Michael Wood, David Coyne, Ed Corrigan, Dennis Pedersen, Richard Robinson, Sally Cainer, Peter Vischer, Malcolm Livingstone, Joan Swan, Yvon Le Gallic, Marc Grimberg