The search for “truth” in BK Gyan

Many followers of Brahma Kumaris are looking for “truth,” that is what “knowledge” (gyan) brings to them.
The process of de-condition from mainstream Scientific based knowledge into Brahma Kumaris knowledge is an interesting phase, which is typically unobserved by followers.

The key element is to observe how our “truth” could change from one side to the other, nevertheless; “truth” is never found. It remains as a belief.

Is linear time factual? Is cyclical time what really exists? Is predestination the “truth” or perhaps it is “free will”? Does God exist?
If I am a soul, how is it that I feel to be a body?

Debates and “proofs” of the above or supportive authoritative statements, are part of the “search.”
However, in Life and self-transformation, none of that stuff is worth a banana peel.

The mind looks for “truth” and “truth” is not a paragraph to be recited or some sort of statement.
In Life, there is no “right or wrong.” In Life, there is no “getting ahead.” In Life, there is no rush to get somewhere. In Life, there is no destination to reach. However, for the mind all of those things are important.

Because the mind is momentarily satisfied with some argument, we believe that we found “truth.”
We did not.

Truth is in BEING. BEING happy does not depend on some action or method to follow. BEING fulfilled in Life, is not dependent on some philosophy or scientific idea.

Life presents itself as a process. There is no completion.
To reach the “Golden age” may be the  BK “aim and objective” for an ambitious mind;  but you can only BE in the Golden age, if you were there before, in the past. Do we see that?  If you were there, Life will make it happen again.
What is the effort then? The “effort” is for those who weren’t there, but no matter what effort is done by them, they will not go there.
Our path has already been walked many times. We don’t remember it.
Therefore:
“You” cannot be in the Golden age. “You” will not remember. “You” will not be “you.” Do we see that? 
But yet, we indulge ourselves in making plans about the future in the afterlife.
That is daydreaming. Though, it is a good way to distract the mind from the reality of the “now.”

The rush to get into the “Golden age” (“now or never”) is only a tool for motivation. However, it is used many times to inflict guilt and shame in followers. Fear of “failure” of not getting there, is making their “now” into a miserable experience.

Everyday in Life, there is a lesson on the art of appreciation.
We are continuously changing. That appreciation “now” is a powerful ingredient to bring happiness, contentment “now.” Appreciation is not an ideal or philosophy.

Nevertheless, we allow the mind to bring doubts and learned conditionings from scientific research or BK gyan or some other philosophy, so enjoyment of the present moment is gone.

It is that lack of fulfillment of BEING the one that will drive us to search for “answers,” although the questions that we come up with, are completely conditioned. We believe that Life, the Universe work according to our understanding.
That is “proof” of our tremendous ego.

What would happen if Life is found in other planets?
That means the automatic destruction of all religious beliefs, and scientific understanding of Life.
That is how feeble the ideals/beliefs of the mind are. It is easier to say : “There is no other Life form but only us in the Universe” although, we do not know.

However, for the one BEING in fulfillment, whether Life is found in other planets or not, is of no consequence.
BEING is beyond any ideas of the mind, here is where “true” spirituality resides, away from the beliefs of the mind.

For the common good.

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