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  • avyakt7- New Generation 4:36 AM on March 21, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: avyakt7 ng, , chosen ones, control, eschatology, , fear of death, fear of god, living in fear   

    Message 10: Fear to live 

    Most religions rely on a childish eschatology, inflicting fear to followers. Fear is a proven way to control. The result is fear to God. Fear to live Life.
    Religions believing in a God, preach about love to God over all other things.
    Paradoxically, a  “God fearing person” cannot love God. It is impossible.

    Fear of “making mistakes” in Life, creates a repressed, perfectionist individual, afraid of living but willing to comply to stories of redemption for his own “salvation.” That person will become increasingly dry, self-absorbed and mentally ill. Although, they could be labeled as “saints” or “angels” or “elevated” by their own peers or the masses; they can hide through that façade, their own fears.

    Living a fulfilled life prepares someone for death. Living in fear of dying, creates “hell on Earth.” Their belief of “hell” will become their own living reality.

    To belong to a religion, adds particular experiences to an individual. It does not make someone into a “chosen one.”
    Life nor God can have “chosen ones,” when everyone is ONE.

    • Dinesh 9:34 AM on March 21, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Thank you so much for writing this Ahnanda, 🙂


  • avyakt7- New Generation 4:33 AM on February 28, 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    Message 7: Predestination and the Cycle of Time. 

    For some consciousness, we are all ONE.
    Who is predestined then?
    That ONE changes through its full range. That is known as the “cycle of time.” If there wouldn’t be any change, then there wouldn’t be any movement. Without movement, there is no Life.

    Because there is Life in that ONE, then it changes.
    Who is predestined then?
    When that ONE is divided in many. Then “I” appears. Then “I” will be sleeping in the belief that there is free will or predestination for “I” cannot see the ONE.
    It is all appearances, illusions when we look at things from the “unlimited” from the ONE.  Is god the ONE?  I am not referring to that one. I am referring to Everyone.

     Predestination is for the many. “God” is predestined. “We” are predestined. Although, our consciousness says that we have “free will.” Believe in whatever you want. Even in the “I.”

    What is the value of knowing about predestination?
    Little. Unless we are ready to OBSERVE, for then we will not be caught up with definitions, concepts and thought.
    Most don’t want to OBSERVE. Most want to believe in the “truth.”
    Do you want to hurt the “I”? That is predestination.
    Do you want to pamper the “I”? That is free will.

    Oh, truth seekers! Where is the truth that you shall find?

    Find the “reality” of the “I.”

    • Dinesh C 12:33 PM on February 28, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Hi Ahnanda, the question at the end is really wonderful but “I don’t know, how to find the reality of this “I”. I mean my current understanding is that, I want to find the meaning of this “I”, I mean if I desire about something, unless and until I don’t fulfill that desire “I” don’t feel the substantial meaning of my “I”. sometimes I feel it’s ok the way life is you know, just carry on with acceptance, but then again the external pressure, no no no, how can you be so relaxed about life, we have struggled so much in life, life is not meant to be relaxed, the “Others” also contribute for creating that desire of “Meaning of the “I”. But I personally don’t feel there is any useful meaning of this “I” through fulfilent of desires. 🙂 Thanks for writing this message Ahnanda 🙂 Om shanti.


  • avyakt7- New Generation 10:01 PM on February 13, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: avyakt7 ng, , BK dadi Janki, , victorious soul   

    Message 5: The Riddle of liberation 

    Avyakt7 had the chance of a personal meeting with BK Dadi Janki, back in 2005 through a GCH sister, who translated the conversation; while Dadi was visiting Peru.
    Dadi said to avyakt7 among other things:  ” You are a victorious soul.”

    Do you see the relevance for all BKs of that statement?

    A shrewd intellect is required.   
    Otherwise, most will believe that avyakt7-NG  is only tooting his own horn.



    • Dinesh 2:52 PM on February 16, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Dear Ahnanda, your smaller messages also have very deeper meanings, the articles that you are writing on avyakt7.com are so connected to our day to day life problems you know, whether it is acceptance and patience, or just noting the humor in our lives, you are an inspiration for me 🙂
      Can you please briefly write a message for difference between Ego and Self respect, Swa and Swaman 🙂
      I recall me remaining in awareness about a point of experience that BKs taught me, they said when I am in Ego I will be hurt and when I maintain my self respect, I will be stable and unaffected 🙂 Well my experience of this point was 50-50, can you please throw some light on it bro, thanks a lot for your writings, Om Shanti 🙂


  • avyakt7- New Generation 4:38 AM on February 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: avyakt7 ng, being doing, , , , , right and wrong,   

    Message 4- Conditionings 

    To know that Life is predestined implies the awareness that our unconditioned gut feelings is what truly matters; that is what “we” are meant to manifest in Life through actions (BEING before DOING.) De-conditioning is helpful “spirituality.”

    When we act based on a “recipe” of what we believe to be “good,” we are merely expressing our conditioning. We cannot explore what we call “self,” until we recognize our conditionings.

    “Spiritual progress” or an ample consciousness is not limited by conditionings. To go beyond that, does not mean to rebel or to reject a conditioning.
    It just means to acknowledge that every person looks at Life from a different perspective. That is what is meant to BE.

    Going beyond “right” and “wrong,” we find peace with what IS.

    • Dinesh Chawla 10:02 AM on February 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Your all articles nowadays make me reflect more about “How to go closer to the Universal Truth” 🙂 Thank you, brother 🙂


  • avyakt7- New Generation 6:24 PM on January 31, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: avyakt7 ng, , , , , , middle way,   

    Message 3 – The Truth. 

    Brahma Kumaris teaches that DOING can change BEING. DO certain repetitive actions to become more “spiritual,” “pure.”
    That is a fence, a line defining a view of Life.

    Avyakt7-NG shares that there is no DOING that could change BEING.
    That is another fence defining a view of Life.
    Between those 2 extremes, many religions have put their own fences, their own lines or spaces of perception of Life.

    The Buddha taught the “middle way.” That is yet another fence. The “middle” of what? Of 2 fences. The mind and its conditioning will give you the ‘yes’ and the ‘no.’ Those are 2 fences. Look in the “middle” of that.

    Thus, which fence is the “truth”?
    It is not a matter of “choosing” the “right” fence. Every fence is merely a confined space of perception of Life.
    Once you build your own fence, you will find your own “truth.” But it is never the “truth.”

    Life does not have fences. Humans have built those.
    Is that the “truth”?

    Now that it is written…. It is not.

    • Dinesh Chawla 9:01 AM on February 5, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Well, sometimes I too feel that I am being led towards truth by the life in the exact opposite direction of BKs. For example, they say “Mind, Intellect and Sanskars” are together a Soul, I function through these parts, but my understanding based on whatever I have explored says the opposite that, these three things are parts of our Ego and not the Soul. Well, I am still at a very beginning of everything, but I kind of enjoy it. 🙂
      And one more thing, earlier I used to feel that “Failure is a Failure”, but actually it is a part of heading towards Sucess, I used to feel upset when Baba used to say “Do this and you will Be this”, so I used to try that DOING, but I wasn’t BEING what Baba used to say!! So I started just BEING and accepting slowly everything because the drama is there and it is beneficial for everyone.


      • ahnanda 9:19 AM on February 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

        Discover your own “truth.” Let it change for the “truth” in Life, is that Life is change.


        • Dinesh Chawla 9:55 AM on February 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

          Hmm yeah bro, but discovering your own truth requires to risk a lot of things in Life, I explore Buddhism where Siddhartha risked everything that he had including his body too!! That much courage to risk everything, that’s too difficult buddy! Well Let’s see 🙂


  • avyakt7- New Generation 9:33 PM on January 24, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: avyakt7 ng, , blessings, , consciouaness, ,   

    Message 2 – Blessings and Ego 

    Q: ” I have seen many BKs who try to portray them as good persons before others through their behaviour. I was also one of them. At that time I felt that through my behaviour and good actions i will earn blessings from others which helps me to change my stage. Is that also part of growing our ego?”

    I bless you for asking that question.
    You weren’t expecting my blessing. Thus, it is a “true” blessing on your way. But if you DID something with the expectation to receive a blessing, then you are not ready to receive the blessing; thus, it will only be a nice phrase that will serve to increase your ego.

    If you DO actions to receive blessings, you will definitely increase your ego. But that is not “bad,” when you are walking the path to increase ego (whether you know it or not) so later, you could walk the path to decrease it.

  • avyakt7- New Generation 11:15 AM on January 17, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: avyakt7 ng, , , , humble   

    Message #1 

    From now on, brief messages.

    Writings will be short from now on. You can still write questions if you’d like concerning the Brahma Kumaris.

    What “makes” a person humble?
    To dress in white? To have few saris/kurtas to wear? To possess less material things?

    We can use all of those symbols to feed our egos.

    We can only BE who we ARE. To try to dress ourselves up with some performance, of who we AREN’T is to be dishonest with ourselves.

    “Spirituality” can only BE about acknowledgement of who we ARE. That observation, that awareness, that acknowledgement without judgment, will bring change without trying to change.

    That in fact is “true” change.

    For the common good.

    • Gayathri 11:19 AM on January 17, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Yes, true. 🙂


    • Dinesh Chawla 2:58 AM on January 18, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Hi Ahnanda, well there must be a valid reason for you writing only on Thursday and now concise messages, but may we know that reason bro 🙂 Just asking out of curiosity for knowing, because sometimes I think that this might be an indication that you will stop writing bro 😦


      • avyakt7- New Generation 10:19 AM on January 18, 2018 Permalink | Reply

        The full experience is: No writing, writing a lot to then write a little… I am not “making effort,” it is merely what feels “right.” When the mind goes away, so the expansion of explanations, reasons, etc. 🙂 Have a good day, Dinesh.


        • Dinesh Chawla 9:04 AM on January 19, 2018 Permalink | Reply

          Hmm I see, that’s why enlightened people don’t give many explanations, their quotes are enough to make stories of them 😀 Thank you Ahnanda, have a very good week ahead bro 🙂


          • Christopher Joseph 6:37 AM on January 20, 2018 Permalink | Reply

            Very rightly said Dinesh as for Anandha “Change is inevitable and that is life.😊…isn’t it ? Thanks Ahnanda we have learnt/learning a lot from you.🤔Enjoy as long as you live as inspiring others is a part of enjoyment 😊

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    • Anil Kumar 12:26 PM on January 21, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Avyakt7-NG, i have seen many BKs who try to portray them as good persons before others through their behaviour. I was also one of them. At that time I felt that through my behaviour and good actions i will earn blessings from others which helps me to change my stage. Is that also part of growing our ego? Can you write message on the topic ‘blessings from others.’
      Thank you.


    • Gayathri 10:59 AM on January 22, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Hi every one. I also would like to thank Ahnanda for his contributions. His writings enabled me to perceive things from a different perspective. It made life easy… easy to face things.

      Regarding our favourite topic, ‘ego’ – yes, i am able to notice it in me … at various levels.

      When i look back, what all i have practised in order to lead a virtuous life, might not have changed my consciousness much, but i notice that in the process i had learnt a few lessons be it from the good company that i maintained or from my own mistakes. Maryadas and good company provided me with opportunities to change.

      Thanks dear Ahnanda bhai for all the help you rendered.

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  • avyakt7- New Generation 6:19 AM on January 10, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: avyakt7 ng, , , , , , , , god realization, , salvation, ,   

    The mind and its extremes in BK Life 

    One of the characteristics of a person being utilized by his own mind, is that he will go to extremes as part of his beliefs and ego needs.

    Brahma Kumaris will offer that experience, but if we are not AWARE, we will miss the chance.
    For instance, a follower who has believed in Brahma Kumaris for a long time and has invested resources to support his belief system, is going to “teach others” as he will believe that he is DOING good to others or that he is BECOMING someone “special.”

    The ego needs a way to expand. “My beliefs are TRUE therefore, I am helping others who cannot see what I can.” This sort of grandiose is only showing ego. A person who is UNAWARE, will not notice such pretentious life. It is no longer about “self-realization” but to “self-realize others.”

    Let us say that this person gets disappointed and leaves the BK system. More likely, if his ego is starving for recognition; he will go to the other extreme.
    Now, he will preach “salvation” from the BK system.
    Observe that this person is DOING exactly the same thing, but in opposite direction.
    That is a DOING of the mind.

    Most of the time the extreme is proportional. That is, the deeper we go on one side, the mind will go into the other at the same intensity.

    Observe that Brahma Kumaris teachings are of no consequence for those who are AWARE. What matters is to observe “ME,” to observe how is it possible to believe on having the TRUTH just to go to the other side and deny it, but still saving face as a “SAVIOR” in both instances.

    It goes something like this:
    “I believe in BK teachings. I AM good because I spread them. A few years later: I don’t believe in BK teachings. I AM good because I am saving others from it.”

    We are not aware of the dualistic mind.

    Isn’t “self-realization” what “spiritual” seekers want?
    How is it possible to pass the opportunity to observe their own mind?

    The conditioning is great. As a BK, we see Life as “good or evil.” (duality.)
    Out of the BK experience, still the same duality exists. The EGO perceives that “I was wrong,” so the way to make things “right” is to go against what was embraced before. I must redeem myself.

    In “spirituality” there is no such a thing as “God realization.” But when “the others” is very important in our Life and our dependency is great; then “god realization” weighs more than “self-realization.”

    Also, there is no such a thing as “DOING service.” You ARE therefore, that is what is serviceable or non-serviceable. To DO a recipe of things believing to be the “right” thing, despite not BEING congruent with that DOING, is lack of honesty.

    Any follower who is expecting for words to show them “truth,” is kidding himself. If those words aren’t according to my experience, I am lying to myself.

    The original teachings of Brahma Baba through his experience have been changed. There have been many people (leaders) putting their hands on these “teachings.” This is a frequent experience when regular people surround someone who is in the process of changing his consciousness at a different level. These followers are more concerned in spreading their “truth” and making it available to the masses, rather than learning themselves from that unique experience of witnessing someone closer, going through the process of self-realization.

    So why Brahma Baba does not show up and take a stand against those BKs who are misinterpreting his teachings?

    Brahma Baba had his chance to act. He did while “alive.” Now, others have the opportunity to act as well. This is not about “making things right.”
    That is a human limited vision based on a strong conditioning. In the unlimited, it is about the experience that will be able to change consciousness. To allow everyone to “act” as they need to; for at the end of the game; we know that in fact it is a predestined game, and everything will be as it has to BE. What is “good”? What is “right”? Obviously what is happening in the Drama / Life. Therefore, nothing is “bad” or “wrong.”  Do we have the openness to consider this?  Many like to throw their human morality into the picture and then want to be self-realized at the same time!! This, does not mean either to be “immoral.”  Let us not go to the extreme of mental dualities. It just means to have acceptance, amplitude, “open mind,” to appreciate things beyond our narrow intellectual perception, our “black or white” illusion of a world full of color.
    Therefore, OBSERVE your own game. Become AWARE of it… a “detached observer” of it.  

    For the common good.

  • avyakt7- New Generation 10:20 AM on December 27, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , avyakt7 ng, , , , remember me alone, , , , , yoga with baba   

    Remember ME alone 

    In Brahma Kumaris’ Sakar Murli there is a phrase that although spoken frequently, it is misunderstood. “Remember me alone.”

    Brahma Kumaris offers “shortcuts” to deal with the mind. Brahma Kumaris is ultimately from my experience, a path to try to transcend the mind.

    One of the “methods” used is remembrance also known as “yoga.”
    The mind could bring thoughts which if not observed, could change the mood of a person. We could have so many thoughts that could even make our life hard to live. How do we deal with that? Remembrance is the BK answer. For in that method rather than BEING a DETACHED OBSERVER of those thoughts, we need to change them into something else: Visualize Baba in the subtle region. Visualize ShivBaba in Parandham. Use your mind to create another setting. Use your feelings (love to Baba) to make that experience into a “blissful one.”

    Without a doubt, it is a method to deal with unwanted thinking. But at the same time, there is control of the situation by this “I” who is not willing to OBSERVE and LEARN but it is only concerned to change things momentarily. That is why, to have “yoga” is never ending. A mental process with made up feelings, is a palliative solution.

    We cannot BE a DETACHED OBSERVER and at the same time try to CONTROL things in our inner world.

    What are you going to remember? What is the remember me alone?
    It is an idea, a mental construct of what God is or should be. For others, it is a re-creation of some past experience. Some subtle experience they had. Yet for others, it is about some “future” experience in the Golden age, etc.
    OBSERVE that those types of remembrances are only about the mind (going to the past or the future but never to BE present.)

    That type of method is like watching the same movie over and over again to escape from the menace of the mind.
    In a nutshell, REMEMBRANCE is a trick to deal with the tiring mind. CONTROL is artificially made, by changing the thoughts once we become AWARE, thus; the importance of REMEMBER BABA ALONE ALL THE TIME- for most are UNAWARE of the mind.

    In the AVYAKT Murlis, BapDada used the words ”Detached Observer.” There is no such a thing in the Sakar Murlis.
    To BE a detached observer, the mind should BE as it IS. OBSERVE it. It is not YOU creating that mental “show.” Once we become identified with that thought of being “mine,” there is no longer observation.
    A way to describe that observation, is by saying: REMEMBER “ME” ALONE.

    When we are centered in BEING there is no ME, but we ARE AWARE. THAT AWARENESS IS DETACHED, thus a DETACHED OBSERVER.

    In a nutshell: “Remember me alone” as understood by the majority of BKs, will not allow us to OBSERVE and Learn about our inner world.
    “Remember me alone” as understood by the majority of BKs, is not consistent with BEING a DETACHED OBSERVER.

    In my experience, to “REMEMBER ME ALONE” could be more closely put in words if we follow Gurdjieff teaching of “Self-remembering;” however; SELF is not truly there. In a sense it is INNER AWARENESS.
    There is a CENTER which is called as “self.” Through that center, there is OBSERVATION. Thus, a detached observer.

    Is the BK teaching of “remembering me alone” of the Sakar Murlis, “wrong”?
    There are not “right” answers, but your state of consciousness will dictate when something rings a bell for you. The BK path of the Sakar Murlis, is a starting point for a seeker. The Avyakt Murlis, is the next step in the BK path.

    For the common good.

    • Dinesh Chawla 10:52 AM on December 28, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Hi Ahnanda, well I just wanted to share my experience of Vipassana meditation, there are quite long moments where the mind brings and UTTERLY GARBAGE thoughts and visualizations. Total nonsense, if I would not have learned to watch the mind, I would have been at a mental hospital, thanks to “ME” the watcher of mind 🙂 But why sometimes that thinking which we observe overpowers “ME” and I end up doing something I didn’t want to and realize it later and after that you know the story of regrets and self guilt 😦 Can u please throw some light on this bro, PLEASE.

      Another thing that comes from my BK experience is that they tell u to be detached observer of the drama happening outside more, watch the role of others, don’t judge or involve the role of others, and not more about watch the GARBAGE running inside 🙂

      But sometimes watching the mind is the most difficult thing man 🙂 and by the way I have heard Gurdjieff’s name a lot from Osho 🙂


  • avyakt7- New Generation 9:38 PM on December 20, 2017 Permalink | Reply
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    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.
    “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.

    • Christopher Joseph 9:49 AM on December 27, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Sweet Ahnanda,I truly understand and appreciate your point of view.What does it mean when you mentioned about one BEING in fulfilment 🤔Does this being knows how it came into existence?has it undergone an EXPERIENCE🤔and are there such kind of beings living on this planet and have you experienced the feeling of a fulfilment 🤔and “Is it possible to achieve total fulfilment without knowing how this fulfilled being came into existence 😊


    • avyakt7- New Generation 10:24 AM on December 27, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Fulfillment is not an achievement. It is not something that “I have to do to get it.” Fulfillment comes. I could say it comes to “you” but then you could ask, how it comes to me? what can i do to make it quicker? How do I know if that is fulfillment? Do you know any other BEINGS in fulfillment? What is the experience like to be fulfilled? I can go on…. I think you get my point.
      It will come when it has to. In the meantime, enjoy your experience as it is. 🙂


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