Some clarifications about the purpose of this blog

It is important for the reader to understand that the purpose of this blog is to share my experiences in the Brahma Kumaris path.
As such, I will share the experiences/realizations I had while in the BK path and also out of the BK path.
Avyakt7-NG is not “against” BK nor in “favor” of.
Many articles here will go into deeper points in BK knowledge, as product of my own experiences and understanding brought to me by Life itself. That I will share. For those who would like articles about gyan while I was a BK; those could be found in the blog “Exploring the Depth of Living” from 2012 until 2013.
Also, it is important to share the exiting process of the BK world (according to my experience), as there are many BKs in transition.

As far as I am concerned if a reader would like me to “churn” some aspect of gyan; it is on that reader to provide the material. Otherwise, I will go on as inspiration happens and that means that some articles may be perceived as “against BK” or “pro BK” by readers, according to their own perspectives.

A reader posted this comment: “Bks are definitely special, they are not ordinary, they have the aspirations to follow the path of truth.”
It is important to realize that every human being is unique but not “special.” That sense of being “special” is truly a source of “maya” in many followers, not only in the BK path but in other paths as well.
Moreover, Avyakt7-NG is not interested in the path of “truth.” Avyakt7-NG is interested in the path of honesty. What is that path? Inner honesty rather than the perception of outer “truth.”

Another reader posted: “There’s nothing wrong with a healthy contempt towards spiritual deceivers.”
I wonder what is “healthy” about contempt? That sounds like a politically correct line. There is no “healthy” contempt but only contempt. No matter how many pretty words we add around it.

When I posted “Ill feelings towards the BK system will only make our mental dependency stronger” means that any sort of ill feelings creates a resistance, a trigger, a button waiting to be pushed; and as psychologist Carl Jung said:”what you resist not only persists, but will grow in size.” Or Eckhart Tolle: “Whatever you fight, you strengthen, and what you resist, persists.”
Obviously, that is not the way to fully exit from the BK path, for truly; we haven’t exited yet if we are rejecting it.
As far as I remember, no one in the BK world coerced me to stay as a BK. It was my own decision. I trust that to be the case of the majority of ex-Bks as well. Thus, those 10 years that I spent as BK were my own decision and I take responsibility for that. No need to blame anyone. At the same time those years were truly a teaching experience for me, something which has helped me to grow as a person.  BK is perhaps a “true” path for  many followers but for myself, it was the beginning. Elementary school is good but it is not the only path when we experience high school. One path is only the preparation for the other. Through the understanding that every Life experience has its own value and need, there may be a “healthy” way out of the BK system.