Appreciation of Brahma Kumaris beliefs

“… But actually, one thing is there, if I had not been attached to this belief given by BKs that “I create my own thoughts and can control them, and need to create only GOOD thoughts, I wouldn’t have reached to this experience. [The realization and awareness that thoughts merely appear.] As you have also said in many articles, both sides of the coin are required.”

That is a great realization, indeed!
That realization will bring appreciation of the Brahma Kumaris path, even though you are no longer following it.
You realize that without your previous belief, you would have not been able to realize the nature of thoughts.

Also, you can now realize that BK Shivani wasn’t “wrong.” Her role is needed for BKs so BK Shivani is “right” for them. Thus, at another time; those BK followers will be ready to realize other things, just like you did.
If we tell those followers now: “Thoughts just appear, you do not create them,” they will laugh at us. Their consciousness is not ready for that.

Another teaching from that realization of yours, is that it doesn’t matter who is “right” or “wrong.”
At the end of the day, it doesn’t matter whether thoughts appear or we create them. What matters is that we can perceive them and thus, how much we identify with them is the important aspect.

If we don’t identify with thoughts, there is a space created between “I” and thoughts, it is that empty space the one that we may want to explore as well.

With all of these realizations plus an added appreciation for the BK path and its teachings, you are ready to move on from the BK experience without hard feelings in your heart.
You have liberated yourself, when others cannot; for you have seen the 2 sides of the coin.

Every coin has 2 sides. Both sides are different. Because they are different, people living in the mind are stuck in wanting to know which side is “right” and which one is “wrong.”

That search is futile. They can only see one side of the coin, but they cannot see the coin itself…
Until, they are willing to take a look at the other side without prejudice.   🙂

When we started our “careers” in “spirituality,” we did not know anything. We didn’t know about the coin. When I say “knowing,” I do not mean intellectual stuff, information. I mean experience.
We cannot experience the coin itself for we are not ready to understand 2 different but complementary sides of it.

We are stuck on “good and bad,” “right or wrong,” stuff that we learned when we were little toddlers. (conditioning.)
As we grow up, our understanding and experience will be different, unless we are stuck on living Life with a dogma, then we are not living Life… but a dogma.

The reality of a dogma is a static mind in a dynamic an ever changing Life.

For the common good.

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