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Prem Rawat in Hiroshima ‘Only through individuals practicing peace in their daily lives can we lay a lasting foundation for global peace’.

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Prem Rawat with Hideki Yabuhara & Dr.Masato Honma

Autumn 2018 Bunya International Seminar
‘Real peace resides in the heart of every living human being. Each one of us needs to recognise it, to know it, to feel it’.
Prem Rawat

From a young age, Prem Rawat has been sharing his unique perspective on peace around the world. At the age of 60, he continues to travel extensively, now in his 52nd year since he began his historic work as an ambassador of peace. Prem spoke in Hiroshima in 1973 on his first visit to Japan and now 45 years later he will return to take part in Bunya publishings international seminar on establishing global peace through individual peace.

Hideki Yabuhara author of Wamon the art of deep listening and founder of the Wamon foundation will MC the event. Having already MC’d for Prem in Tokyo in 2015 and Fukushima and Tokyo in 2016 Prem and Hideki share a strong mutual understanding and a deep desire to help guide humanity towards a more harmonious world. Special guest Dr. Masato Honma is the founder and CEO of Learnology Co. Ltd. and has trained thousands of executives and managers throughout Japan and Asia. In 2016 as Vice President of the Kyoto University of Art and Design Dr Honma hosted and facilitated an event with Prem.

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Bunya-za events bring together the Author, the publishing team and the readers in a unique environment where learning and understanding flourish.
It is our great pleasure to invite guests from overseas and we will be providing full simultaneous translation into English for this event.

When Saturday October 13th 2018
1:30pm to 4:30pm (reception open from 12:30)
where International Conference Center Hiroshima, 1-5 Nakajimacho, Naka Ward, Hiroshima, Hiroshima Prefecture 730-0811
Tel: 082-242-7777
http://www.pcf.city.hiroshima.jp/icch/english.html
Hosted by Prem Rawats representatives in Japan, Bunya Publishing
In collaboration with the Wamon foundation

Bunya publishing corporation, LLC, Nagano Japan
Mail:bunya@e-denen.net

Speaker Prem Rawat
Know as the ambassador of peace, internationally renowned speaker and author.

Author of: Splitting the Arrow, The Pot with the Hole, Stonecutter (Bunya publishing),
Even if you are having a bad day peace comes to a peaceful heart (Daiwa publishing).

Special guests Vice President of the Kyoto University of Art and Design Dr Masato Honma
Author of: Wall (Bunya publishing)

Hideki Yabuhara founder of the Wamon Foundation
Author of: Wamon the art of deep listening

Event contents Part one: Prem Rawat’s keynote speech

Part two: Prem Rawat and Dr. Masato Honma and Hideki Yabuhara in discussion and taking questions from the audience.

Attendance 10,000 Yen for adults
3,000 Yen for students (please bring your student identification)

Seating will not be allocated although there will be a reserved section for media and special guests
Reservations cannot be refunded once made, but you can share your ticket with someone else if you are unable to go
*Bunya publishing will not be sending any tickets for the event for attendees from outside of Japan.

We will send you a QR code via email, bring this to the event either on your mobile phone or tablet or print it out on paper so you can show it at the reception as you enter the hall.

To reserve a seat please click on the link below

Donation tickets

Donation ticket 10,000Yen

In order to allow as many people as possible to attend the Hiroshima autumn 2018 International Seminar with Prem Rawat, Bunya have created a donation ticket, with which you can sponsor a ticket so that a student or younger person can attend.

Bunya will allot tickets to high school and university students from Hiroshima on your behalf.





‘Real peace resides in the heart of every living human being. Each one of us needs to recognise it, to know it, to feel it’.
Prem Rawat

Hideki Yabuhara
Hideki Yabuhara
Prem Rawat
Prem Rawat
Dr. Masato Honma
Dr. Masato Honma
Hideki Yabuhara with Prem Rawat at the Noh Theate in Nagoya in 2016
Hideki Yabuhara with Prem Rawat at the Noh Theate in Nagoya in 2016
Prem Rawat with Dr. Masato Honma at The Kyoto University of Art and Design in 2016.
Prem Rawat with Dr. Masato Honma at The Kyoto University of Art and Design in 2016.
Pot with the Hole (Japanese)
Pot with the Hole
(Japanese)
Splitting the Arrow (English version)
Splitting the Arrow
(English version)
The Pot with the Hole (Illustrated)
The Pot with the Hole
(Illustrated)
The Stonecutter (All Bunya Publishing)
The Stonecutter
(All Bunya Publishing)
Hideki Yabuhara Wamon the art of deep listening
Hideki Yabuhara Wamon
the art of deep listening
(All Bunya Publishing)
Dr. Masato Honma Wall
Dr. Masato Honma
Wall
(All Bunya Publishing)

Prem Rawat

Keio University faculty of Happiness and Well Being in association with Bunya Publishing Celebrating the release of the new book The Stone Cutter by Prem Rawat

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Prem Rawat & Takashi Maeno 12th October 2017

Keio University faculty of Happiness and Well Being in association with Bunya Publishing
Celebrating the release of the new book The Stone Cutter by Prem Rawat
Special guest: Prem Rawat
Host: Professor Takashi Maeno

Prem has been sharing his simple message of Peace with audiences around the world for over 50 years.
In October 2017 Bunya will release Prem’s third book The Stone Cutter.
We are delighted that he has accepted an invitation to come and speak to commemorate the occasion.

Professor Takashi Maeno is the head of the Keio University System Design Management research group and the leading expert on happiness and well being in Japan.

Professor Maeno met Prem Rawat in 2016 where their discussion formed the basis of a 10 page article in the Magazine Reiro.

Bunya-za events bring together the Author, the publishing team and the readers in a unique environment where learning and understanding flourish.

We invite you to come and experience this special event.

Please note: There will not be live English translation for this event.

2016年10月、月刊誌『れいろう』(モラロジー研究所)の特集対談にて。
Prem Rawat and Takashi Maeno

 

When 12th October 2017 17:30~19:45

Part one: 17:30~18:45

17:30~17:45 Introduction and video
17:45~18:15 Professor Maeno’s address
18:15~18:45 Prem Rawat’s address

Short break 18:45~19:00

Part two: On stage discussion and Q and A 19:00~19:45

where Keio University Hiyoshi Campus
Kyosei kan 2nd floor Fujiwara Hiroshi hall
One minute walk from Hiyoshi station
http://www.kcc.keio.ac.jp/index.html
Hosted by Keio University faculty of Happiness and Well being in association with Bunya Publishing
In collaboration with Daiwa Publishing
Speaker Prem Rawat

Takashi Maeno


プレム・ラワットさん
Prem Rawat
前野隆司さん
Takashi Maeno
Translation Consecutive translation from English into Japanese will be available but no translation will be provided from Japanese into English.
Admission price Admission price 5000 Yen

Prem Rawat

Prem Rawat  Tokyo, Japan 2016
50 years sharing a message of hope

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ハリネズミのハロルドくん
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Prem Rawat  Tokyo, Japan 2016
50 years sharing a message of hope

(hosted by Bunya Publishing)
October 23rd 2016
Prem Rawat with special guest Hideki Yabuhara

Bunya Publishing will host a seminar with the acclaimed author and speaker Prem Rawat on October 23rd 2016. Special guest Hideki Yabuhara will join Prem on stage for a live discussion and question answer session. Hideki Yabuhara is the author of the book Wamon, which focuses on Hideki’s unique communication technique’s based on deep and attentive listening.

Bunya seminars bring together the readers, the producers (publishing team) and the author providing a chance for everyone to deepen their understanding, through sharing and interacting.

We welcome you to attend and take part in what is sure to be a wonderful occasion.

Date 23rd October 2016 14:30~ 17:30 (reception from 13:45)
Venue Sola city conference center in Ocha-no-mizu Tokyo
Address 4 Chome-6 Kanda Surugadai, Chiyoda-ku, Tōkyō-to 101-0062
Map download: http://solacity.jp/cc/common/pdf/access_visiter.pdf
Speaker Prem Rawat (author of Splitting the Arrow)
Guest speaker Hideki Yabuhara (author of Wamon deep listening)
Contents Prem Rawat will give a solo address followed by an on stage discussion and Q and A session with Hideki Yabuhara
Admission fee 10,000 Yen
Students: 3,000 Yen (please show your student identification at reception)
*Bunya publishing will not be sending any tickets for the event for attendees from outside of Japan.

We will send you confirmation via email, please print this out and bring it to the event.
薮原秀樹さん
Hideki Yabuhara
プレム・ラワットさん
Prem Rawat
プレム・ラワット 著『Pot with the Hole 穴のあいた桶』(文屋)
Splitting the Arrow by Prem Rawat
(Bunya publishing)
薮原秀樹 著『聞けば叶う わもん入門』(文屋)
Wamon (Japanese deep listening)
by Hideki Yabuhara
(Bunya publishing)

2015年東京講演会にて。薮原秀樹さん、プレム・ラワットさん、木下豊(文屋代表)
At Prem’s 2015 Tokyo book launch event, with Hideki Yabuhara (left), Prem Rawat (centre) and Yutaka Kinoshita (Bunya president (right)).

Prem Rawat

Photo report from the Japan tour 2015

In October 2015 Prem Rawat spent approximately 2 weeks in Japan as he toured the country. A total audience of over 1100 people attended two book launch events held in Tokyo and Kyoto. An event was also held at Waseda University with an audience of faculty and students.

A number of interviews for newspapers and magazines took place during the tour. At the Kurodani temple gardens in Kyoto, several conversations between Prem Rawat and Tomoki Kato and Venetia Stanley Smith (both celebrity gardeners) were filmed.

Prem Rawats new book ‘Splitting the Arrow’ sold over 17,000 copies within 1 month of its official release here in Japan and the preparations for the second press began almost immediately after the first press had been completed.

Prem Rabat

Speaking at the Kinokuniya (book store) Sazan theatre in Shinjuku, Tokyo. The 450 capacity hall was sold out

Prem Rabat

Speaking at the Sazan theatre in Shinjuku, Tokyo

Prem Rabat

Speaking to a small group of students and faculty at Waseda University in Tokyo