The Brahma Kumaris Experience

If there is a “keyword” to understand in Life, it is the word “experience.”
Every happening in Life,  is an experience.
Experiences are personal. Subjective.
Observe that Brahma Baba had an experience which changed his Life. To extrapolate it and believe that this experience should apply to everyone; is just a belief colored by self-righteousness.
His previous experiences in Life, led him into a particular experience.  Observe that there is a correlation, a path. Nothing happens at random.  That word “randomness” only shows human ignorance. Humans have different experiences even though, it may be the same occurrence or happening in Life. Again, there is SUBJECTIVITY in every experience.

Therefore, Brahma Kumaris could be labeled with the range of experiences: For some it was a great experience, for others; it was pretty lame. There are experiences in between and followers who will fit into those slots.

That is why Avyakt7-NG, is not here to take sides, to say how great or how awful the Brahma Kumaris experience is.

There is no “truth” valid here. Only experiences.
If we recognize the value of experiences in Life, we will be open to them; for change, transformation comes through that.

Someone may have had an experience with subtle Brahma Baba, that EXPERIENCE changed his Life. However, another EXPERIENCE, which could be the opposite or similar may arrive. Do we oppose to it? Do we see that WE are not in “control” of experiences?
But yet, we “choose.” We make a decision based on our conditioning, what we believe to be the “right” thing or the “truth” based on some belief system.
That is what will take us away from our inner honesty.

The “right choice” in Life, is not a choice. It is a gut feeling, it is in our heart, listen to that which is not conditioned; but for that we need to learn to recognize the mind and how it overcomes our own “truth” for some known ideal.

Experiences in Life are valuable. Labels to judge only support our conditioning.
Life has its own ways to produce change, transformation. To judge the ways of Life, is to reject it. It is to live separated from it.
Acknowledge your experiences. Be aware of the teachings in Life. If we want to imitate someone else’s experiences, we will not be true to ourselves.
That is perhaps the most valuable “truth” that we can “have.”

For the common good.

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