Miami, Florida

Miami, Florida

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Understanding the Business of Life with author Prem Rawat


We are pleased to announce that Prem Rawat will be speaking in Miami, Florida, USA.


Date: Saturday the 7th of July

Time: 5:00 p.m. local time (EDT). Lobby doors open at 4:00 p.m.

There will be the possibility to buy refreshments in the lobby, beginning one hour prior to the event, during breaks and for one hour after the event.

Venue: Ziff Ballet Opera House (Adrienne Arsht Center), 1300 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL 33132
Map of venue


All are welcome to attend the event.


Tickets will first be available for people living in North, South and Central America. Ticket sales will start when announced on a separate WOPG email. A direct link to the booking page will be provided below, once sales begin.

Depending on seat location, tickets can be purchased for $60 (+ sales tax), $40 (+ sales tax) or $30 (+ sales tax) each.

Tickets will be available:
• online;
• in person from the venue box office;
• by phone from the venue box office;
(open Tuesday through Friday 12:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.; closed on Monday, Saturday and Sunday)
• on days with scheduled performances, the box office sales phones and will call windows will open at noon.

Each person will be able to purchase two seats. However, please only purchase seats you know will be used. If your plans change and you have unused tickets, please immediately inform

Before you purchase tickets, it is advisable to acquaint yourself with the Ticket Purchase Instructions and our help section below. To ensure your ticket purchase process is as smooth as possible, you may also wish to clear the internet browsing history on your computer.

Please remember to PRINT your ticket, and bring your ticket with you on the day of the event.

Please note: It is recommended that you do not make travel arrangements until you have successfully purchased your ticket(s), as the number of people requesting seats may exceed venue capacity.



Official recording is copyright protected. Anyone found recording will be asked to stop. If they continue, they will be removed from the venue.

The event will be filmed. Purchasing a ticket constitutes both your agreement to being filmed as well as the release for your image/voice being included in print, social media, photographic, audio, video, or other media. If you are purchasing a ticket for another person, their attendance at the event constitutes the same agreement and release.

Backpacks are not allowed inside this venue. There will be security checks upon entry to the building.


Please call 1-305-949-6722
open Tuesday through Friday 12:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
closed on Monday, Saturday and Sunday
• on days with scheduled performances, the box office sales phones and will call windows will open at noon.

At the beginning of ticket sales, phone lines are likely to be busy. Wait a few moments and try again


You may experience problems during your online ticket purchase process. High demand can generate an automatic message saying ‘no seats available’, which does not mean the event is sold out.

Please consider the following:
– check with to see if the event is sold out
– wait a few moments and start again
– try again on another device
– try again by phone
– if you are having difficulty purchasing your tickets, please contact for individual assistance.


If tickets are sold out when you try to make a purchase, and you would like to find out about a possible returned ticket, please contact

If there are no returned tickets, you will be put on a waiting list.


If your plans change and you have an unused ticket, please send an electronic version of your ticket to Tickets returned to this address will be re-allocated on a first-come, first-served basis to other people who want to attend this event.


Support will be given for people using wheelchairs. This is limited to the number of spaces provided by the venue.

Please speak about your needs at 1-305-949-6722
open Tuesday through Friday 12:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
closed on Monday, Saturday and Sunday
• on days with scheduled performances, the box office sales phones and will call windows will open at noon.

If you are hearing impaired, a channel in English will be available on the translation headsets.


The event will be in English. Translation will be provided in Spanish, Gujarati, and Tamil. Headsets will be available in the lobby.


Need assistance? Please call 1-305-949-6722
open Tuesday through Friday 12:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
closed on Monday, Saturday and Sunday
• on days with scheduled performances, the box office sales phones and will call windows will open at noon.

‘Peace Is Possible’ Campaign, part 2

‘Peace Is Possible’ Campaign, part 2

Ben Eine Meets Prem Rawat

A week and a half after painting Prem Rawat’s phrase ‘Peace Is Possible’ on the walls of Shoreditch House on Ebor Street in Shoreditch, London, Eine invited Prem to view his completed work of art. During their meeting, Eine took the opportunity to explain why he chose to paint ‘Peace Is Possible’ on the mural, leading both to exchange views on the impact of the phrase.

The hashtag #PeaceIsPossible is still trending on social media, as visitors in the Ebor Street area photograph the Peace Wall on a daily basis. Prem, Eine, and the Peace Wall have been featured in an article on The Evening Standard’s online news site.

‘Seeds of Peace’ Event in Lambeth College

The ‘Peace Is Possible campaign’ continued on Sunday, June 10th, when Prem Rawat was invited by Pastor Lorraine Jones to speak to the youth of London, bringing a message of hope and practical help through his critically acclaimed Peace Education Programme (PEP).

Pastor Lorraine Jones lost her son to knife crime in 2014 and has since become a leading voice for peace and healing in the communities of London. To avoid others sharing the fate of her son, she has founded Dwaynamics, a boxing gym that offers young people an alternative way of life and steers them away from gangs and violence.

On June 8th, before the event, both Pastor Lorraine and Prem took part in a conversation on the benefits of PEP with host Mike Graham of Talk Radio. Listen to the recording of this interview on the Talk Radio website (June 8th, 11.30-12 segment).

To find out more about the exciting results of this campaign, please go to the Prem Rawat Foundation website.

‘Peace Is Possible’ mural by Ben Eine

‘Peace Is Possible’ mural by Ben Eine

During the weekend of May 26-27, inspired by Prem Rawat’s work and message, influential graffiti, and mural artist Ben Eine painted Prem’s phrase ‘Peace Is Possible’ along Ebor Street on the side of Shoreditch House in East London, UK.

Ben Eine is a graffiti vandal turned typographic artist, and he has worked closely with another globally well-known street artist Banksy. PM David Cameron gifted one of Eine’s paintings to President Barack Obama in 2010. As his art is in huge demand globally, he is constantly commissioned internationally to carry out his unique artwork. After finishing the ‘Peace Is Possible’ mural, he traveled for commissions to Russia, Canada, Italy, and Japan. His colorful letters and powerful statements have already appeared on shutters and walls in the United States, Colombia, UK, France, and Sweden.

Ebor Street is a well-known site for street art and especially Eine’s typography. This made it a great visiting place for tourists and locals during two exceptionally sunny days in London when people from all walks of life came by to see the artist at his work. Many got their picture taken in front of the ‘Peace Wall’ while even more posted, tweeted, and shared the event in social media.

The ‘Peace Is Possible’ mural presents an important and hopeful statement at a time when London and other cities across the UK are experiencing a rise in youth violence.


Hiroshima, Japan

Hiroshima, Japan

We are pleased to announce that Prem Rawat will be speaking at the Autumn 2018 Bunya Seminar in Hiroshima, Japan, on Saturday the 13th of October 2018.

This event is hosted by Bunya-za Events. Guests from overseas are warmly invited and there will be full simultaneous translation into English.

For more important information on event details and how to purchase your tickets, please go to

If you do not succeed in purchasing tickets, please note that this is a publisher-arranged event, and regular ticketing agents are not being used. You are welcome to register through

2017 Events Update Conference Calls Recordings

WOPG had two informative live conference calls during the weekend of October 14th and 15th, where a total of 1021 attendees heard news about recent events with Prem Rawat.

The calls included information on special events, and the media they generate – in July, the reach globally was over 120 million – with hopes to double the reach of media by the end of this year. This promises to make 2017 the most successful year ever, with a prospect of 3% of the earth’s population set to hear Prem’s message of peace.

You can listen to these exciting calls here:

NOTE: To give everyone an opportunity to attend these events, please return any unused tickets to (for the Barcelona event) or (for the Los Angeles event). Thank you.

South Africa, May 2017

South Africa, May 2017

Prem Rawat reached over 35 million people in South Africa with his message of peace during his 2017 tour of this politically unpredictable country. He gave six media interviews in a three week visit, which were broadcast across 17 radio channels and mainstream TV.

On May 20th, Prem spoke at the Cape Town International Conference Centre on the poignant theme ‘unlocking hope’. The two-hour event was hosted by South Africa’s TV personality Graeme Richards, whose input added to the hopeful, upbeat atmosphere.
Questions submitted to Prem at the Cape Town event, after his initial one-hour talk, touched on the themes of forgiveness and victimisation, as well as the art of self-acceptance.

During his talk Prem said: “You need to make peace with the world by making peace with yourself. So, forget about world peace. Make peace with yourself. And that’s another way, another component of unlocking that hope.”

Prem has visited South Africa regularly over the last few years responding to the demand for his message, and will no doubt be returning to the country again soon.

West Africa, August 2016

West Africa, August 2016

In August 2016 Prem Rawat Spoke at Four West African Events in Ghana, Côte d’Ivoire and Benin

First up was Accra, where, among the 1,000 attending, were three high-level prison officials, including the National Director. Since the Peace Education Program is approved for prisons throughout Ghana, they welcomed the chance to meet Prem to express their appreciation personally for its success there. (The Prem Rawat Foundation also supported this event, and you can read more about it and the impact in Ghana of the Peace Education Program here.)

Cote d’Ivoire
Next came a special “Traditional Wisdom in Service to Peace” event in Abidjan. Here, the Representative of Kings had invited Prem Rawat to become a Chief before a VIP audience of 350, many of them community chiefs themselves.
After a question and answer session following his address, Prem was ceremonially enthroned as a Chief, an honor traditionally reserved for foreign presidents and dignitaries. Prem expressed his respect for the honor, and his commitment to the people of Abidjan, by donning these robes.

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La paz…

El 23 de mayo de 2013, Prem Rawat se presentó en el UWC Cross Nordic College en Flekke, Noruega, ante una audiencia de estudiantes y profesores.

Stating the Obvious

“Everything that I am stating is obvious. What is the obvious? That you are alive. This is obvious. That peace that you look for is inside of you. That is obvious. Everything else, in a moment’s notice, can change. The only thing that doesn’t change is your strength, your beauty, your joy. You, after all, are a human being.”