George Harrison’s Search for a Higher Truth

SHORT VIDEO CLIPS, 9 Jan 2023

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25 Oct 2022

An eye-opening and moving talk from Beatle George Harrison (1943-2001) on truth, life, change and consciousness. Let’s remember the messages he had to share with the world: “It’s all in the mind.”


George Harrison was a British guitarist, singer, songwriter and film producer. As a member of the Beatles, he achieved international fame and renown. During his career, he developed as a songwriter in his own right and wrote many best selling songs. In addition to music, Harrison was interested in Hindu spirituality.  After meeting A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada, founder of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness, of which he became an active participant, Harrison turned his devotion to Lord Krishna and became a devotee of the Hare Krishna Movement in 1969. — TMS editor

 


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