Peace Revolution

The Peace Revolution Program was started in 2008 as a pilot project with the intention of helping people realize that World Peace could be achieved through each person seeking their own Inner Peace. One person at a time!

Location: Pathumthani, Thailand
Members: 120
Latest Activity: Mar 12, 2013

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Comment by Laura July on August 29, 2012 at 4:31am
Comment by Vandana Hattiangadi on January 8, 2012 at 1:41am
Seeker of Truth: 
After years of searching, the seeker was told to go to a cave, in which he would find a well. 'Ask the well what is truth', he was advised, 'and the well will reveal it to you'. Having found the well, the seeker asked that most fundamental question. And from the depths came the answer, 'Go to the village crossroad: there you shall find what you are seeking'. 
Full of hope and anticipation the man ran to the crossroad to find only three rather uninteresting shops. One shop was selling pieces of metal, another sold wood, and thin wires were for sale in the third. Nothing and no one there seemed to have much to do with the revelation of truth. 
Disappointed, the seeker returned to the well to demand an explanation, but he was told only, 'You will understand in the future.' When the man protested, all he got in return were the echoes of his own shouts. Indignant for having been made a fool of - or so he thought at the time - the seeker continued his wanderings in search of truth. As years went by, the memory of his experience at the well gradually faded until one night, while he was walking in the moonlight, the sound of sitar music caught his attention. It was wonderful music and it was played with great mastery and inspiration. 
Profoundly moved, the truth seeker felt drawn towards the player. He looked at the fingers dancing over the strings. He became aware of the sitar itself. And then suddenly he exploded in a cry of joyous recognition: the sitar was made out of wires and pieces of metal and wood just like those he had once seen in the three stores and had thought it to be without any particular significance. 
At last he understood the message of the well: we have already been given everything we need: our task is to assemble and use it in the appropriate way. Nothing is meaningful so long as we perceive only separate fragments. But as soon as the fragments come together into a cohesive combination, a new entity emerges, whose nature we could not have foreseen by considering the fragments alone.Author Unknown

Comment by Vandana Hattiangadi on November 29, 2011 at 10:24am

Am a new member but wanted to share a story with fellow members.

A Buddhist story about freeing oneself from the tyranny of thoughts, paving way for a silent mind. A short story about leading one from the mind to the no mind, a state of eternal peace. 
Gautama Buddha one day asked one of his disciples to beg alms from a certain household and report to him at dusk. The monk returned to the master as per his command only to let him know that he would not beg for alms in that particular house again. When pressed for the reason, the monk answered, " I savoured the delicious food served and I suddenly felt an urge to eat something sweet. The lady of the house offered me a sweet dish. I then felt like sleeping and the lady immediately asked me to rest for a while. I was surprised by her ability to read my thoughts that I asked how she knew of my desires?" 
"The lady replied, 'Witnessing my thoughts, my mind has become silent now that I can now see other thoughts as well".
The monk continued to Buddha, " Looking at her I had sexual thoughts also and now I am embarrassed to see her again for alms as she would have read my sensual desire as well. So I do not want to visit her house for alms".The Buddha said that the monk ought to go to the particular house for alms again. He advised, "This time you will go as a changed person. Just be aware of your thoughts, every bite of your food and every step that you take. You will just have to watch every thought that arises, but do not co-operate with it . Disassociate with it and do not analyze it. No thought is yours, they come from outside!"The monk did as advised by Gautama Buddha. He remained a mere witness to his thoughts and there was no co-operation from his end. There was a change within him, an inner peace, though the world continued to remain the same.

Comment by Michelle Lee Rosenthal, LMSW on November 11, 2011 at 4:40pm

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Thanks for your time and efforts at building Peace on Earth.


Michelle Rosenthal, LMSW


Comment by Raphaela Simoes on September 14, 2011 at 6:15am

You feel all you need is peace?
What about start by Inner Peace?

Meditation is about bringing inner peace to our lives, making our mind clear and positive.
On September 21 we have a Special ONLINE MEDITATION for the International Day of Peace!

Peace Revolution will l have a online meditation guided by monks live from Thailand.

Everyone is welcome to participate!

Further information here:

Comment by Raphaela Simoes on August 31, 2011 at 3:07am

Hello everyone!

New deadline to apply for Peace Revolution Inner Peace Retreat in BELGIUM!

Great opportunity to take a time for yourself, feel peace and learn to bring peace to your daily life!

• 3-day of Inner Peace Retreat and Workshop which will focus on Meditation and Peace
• Accommodation, food and workshop costs are supported by Peace Revolution

Comment by Anita on August 24, 2011 at 10:02am

Peace Revolution launches its International day of Peace Campaign 2011

Peace Please

For more information click:!/PeaceRevolution2010

Comment by Raphaela Simoes on August 19, 2011 at 4:35am

Hello everyone!

Peace Revolution is receiving appliances for the next fellowship in Europe!

It's a Inner Peace Retreat in BElGIUM

- Attendance for free.

- Accommodation and food included

Spread this opportunity to your friends!


I was in theirs last youth fellowship, in June, I really recommend!

Here you can see photos and one video of this experience. :)


Comment by Ping Ping Worakate on July 27, 2011 at 5:26pm

Please check our peace procedure via this vdo,

Peace in Peace out!

Comment by Susmita Barua on July 27, 2011 at 2:59am
To develop inner peace one need to continually deal with sources of inner conflicts and discontent through practice of mindful awareness. One of the major souces of stress, social instability and injustice arises out of growing economic disparity and lack of meaningful vocation. How could we can come together in harmony to design sustainable long-term compassionate economic and socio-political structures from a peaceful mind of genuine trust, wisdom and compassion?

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