Going beyond the repetition

Last article pointed out some shortcomings of disclosing “knowledge” to individuals.

The cycle of time could be a painful “truth” for some when disclosed in Brahma Kumaris classes. The palliative medicine is “Baba has said 75% happiness 25% unhappiness.”
Very few realize the core of the Brahma Kumaris method: The significance of the “I.”
It is that “I” that most individuals perceive as a static, unchanged entity the “true” Maya. This “I” is only “real” at one level of consciousness. The Brahma Kumaris method is effective in increasing this “I” for the follower’s awareness.

There is never a point in our lives when a static entity which we call “I” exists.  Even though it is easy to demonstrate this by just looking at the mirror every day, our awareness does not go deep into our consciousness to observe those changes in our Life journey. Our memories are what binds together the illusion of being the same person, the same “I.” Without memories, what can we call “I”?

Please contemplate the last phrase.
Memories are necessary in this lifetime, so we can play the game in society: “I earned 20K per year, 10 years ago. I earn 35K now.” We call that “improvement.” Who is improving? “I.” Nevertheless, the person now and the one from 10 years ago, both are different, they have different consciousness. Memories are the only link.

That memory becomes a source of fear in Life when we believe that “I” will experience the same thing again, but the one before the experience is different than the one after the experience.

We ARE not the same. Yes, the soul is there as an empty container, but the movie giving us consciousness will be totally different. That is why, there is no one in this Life going to Paradise in the future. Am “I” going to heaven? NO! “I” will not be there. The soul maybe there, but it will have a complete different “software,” different consciousness. Is that “I,” ME?
NO.

When we “die” and take another body; typically, we will not remember our last Life. Have you noticed that?  Lack of memory means newness.
That is how newness will appear “again,” in that empty container which we call “soul.” Therefore, after a cycle there is no memory of what we went through in this Lifetime. Where is that “I” that will go through the same exact experience then?
Nowhere, but in our imagination now.

We are so attached to those memories which are giving us identity. 

To explain the cycle of time could be hurtful without the understanding and hopefully experience of “No-I.”
That is why it was said in another article: Who are you?
I AM and I AM NOT. Both at the same time.
However, “No-I” is not part of the Brahma Kumaris curricula, for their method is meant to increase the “I.”

 
For the common good.

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