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  • avyakt7- New Generation 1:11 PM on January 20, 2021 Permalink | Reply
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    The transition to “Brahma,” “is not like going to your auntie’s home.” 

    If the game of Life is represented by the passage of the first pure into the first impure, that is from Krishna into Vikram, (according to Brahma Kumaris’ philosophy) there is another passage with relevance for the one experiencing it and those close to that one as well. What is that ?

    The passage from Lekhraj Kripalani into Brahma. That transition is the fulfillment of self-realization which I like to call “Life realization.” Within one life time, some individuals will be able to experience within themselves the “yes and the no,” the “yin and yang,” the “pure and the impure.” The importance is obvious, for that will be the first conscious role where the person knows the journey, the passage through his own experience.

    Whereas from “pure to impure” is a matter of gradual unconsciousness, from “impure to pure” is the journey of awakening . There have been many self-realized individuals in history, some well-known and others little known; however, every single one of them had a “mission” for the common good. Every journey is unique. No copy cats allowed.

    In our world filled with spiritual gurus, there is a great difference between a teacher and a master. Typically, the teacher merely passes information. He becomes a source of conditioning in one system or another. A master on the other hand, is about PRESENCE. He IS, therefore his presence is all that it is needed. He doesn’t teach but expresses in BEING what he IS. That in turn, changes others.

    There are many stories about Brahma Baba given by those who lived close to him. It could be almost a magical experience for some. Those around him were touched. What some people felt at the time and the benefit that Brahma Baba’s PRESENCE gave them, cannot be understood by those away from that experience. Therefore, it is no longer what he says and the “wisdom of words,” what matters is his PRESENCE. What he IS can change others.

    In this world there may be many people with sharp speaking abilities and great intelligence but they ARE NOT what they talk about. They lack the experience. Their knowledge is just information, something to entertain the mind. However, the words of those with the experience are able to pierce someone’s mind and heart. That is included in the magical gift of arriving into self-realization.

    It is no longer “him” finding the “true path” through following some philosophy. What has happened is the miracle of Life itself uplifting the ones who are ready. Others may identify that help as God, Beings of light, extraterrestrial beings, angels, etc; for the arrival to light means that Life itself has protected that individual to be able to cross the path from his own darkness into the Universal light.

    It is no longer “his” light, but light itself as he is one with Life.

    The journey of Lekhraj into Brahma, is without a doubt the rewarding scene of going around the cycle of time. Yes, Krishna was “pure” and was born “pure.” Nothing special about it. On the other hand those experiencing “hell and heaven” within one life time in the journey of awakening, could perhaps share that “it is not like going to your auntie’s home.”

     
    • Soul76 3:02 AM on January 21, 2021 Permalink | Reply

      Thank you brother of light .can you put some light in the meaning if shrimat .
      Does it change? Or not .souls are numberwise …how can they follow shrimat .i feel that theses 2 notions( shrimat .numberwise ) is hard to put togather .
      Thank you for your time and beautiful rnergy

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      • avyakt7- New Generation 8:43 PM on January 21, 2021 Permalink | Reply

        Sure. I will try to answer your question and share my take on Shrimat, if that could change and how that is related with ‘numberwise.’ All the best.

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    • Gayathri 8:02 AM on January 30, 2021 Permalink | Reply

      Om shanti. Thanks brother for your interesting article. Yes, I can relate to it and most BKs also could. I was leading a very normal/ worldly life when Baba ‘entered’ my life. Then I started to have a series of metaphysical experiences and was puzzled, but was happy though. 🙂 But sometimes I was scared too and requested the un-manifested God to spare me from those strange experiences. 🙂 After a couple of years I happened to go to the BK centre and life took a different turn, I started to understand the deep significance of my spiritual experiences. For me, the experiences/ practicals came first followed by the theory. 🙂 Anyway, visions and spiritual experiences only could guide us to some extent but this journey of the soul is LOOOOO….NG. Thanks for being a co-traveler.

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    • Gayathri 12:22 AM on February 1, 2021 Permalink | Reply

      Brother, why is it that I have not been getting new comments via e mail since a couple of months even though I select / mark the icon “Notify me of the new comments via email” ? Maya! 🙂

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      • avyakt7- New Generation 1:18 PM on February 1, 2021 Permalink | Reply

        In theory, you should get new comments from the thread that you subscribed to. Perhaps there were no comments after yours… 🙂 It is best to look at this page once in a while.

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    • Gayathri 12:48 AM on February 2, 2021 Permalink | Reply

      Ok. But though you have commented on my message, even this ‘new comment’ has not appeared in my mail box. 🙂 Anyway, I will check the blog. Thanks.

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      • avyakt7- New Generation 7:07 AM on February 2, 2021 Permalink | Reply

        Sometimes the email will go to other boxes such as spam, social, etc. It may take up to a day to receive the response. It is best to check here. Thanks.

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  • avyakt7- New Generation 6:32 AM on July 25, 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    Brahma Kumaris knowledge denies the existence of a universal God 

    One of the paradoxical aspects of understanding Gyan deeply, is that the label known as “god” and associated with an all-powerful being who created the Universe and who is the cause of all effects, cannot exist in BK gyan.
    Truly, Brahma Kumaris knowledge doesn’t allow for a universal “God.”

    What is the main task of “god” according to Brahma Kumaris knowledge?
    To give theoretical knowledge, known as “gyan.” Other than that, there is no use/need of “god” whatsoever.
    For that reason, “yoga” came into existence: The connection to ”take away our sins.” However, that only works if we become BK followers. The main requisite then, is to be a BK follower to have access to this “God.” That is why, there cannot be a universal God in BK, who could be accessed by everyone.

    By the way, this is the main issue with all religions believing in a “god.” It is THEIR god only.
    Brahma Kumaris is using a universal label to depict a being that should be confined to the BK world. In India, the universal label “Shiva” was used to identify the BK God. That label has an impact there as Hindus will recognize it.
    How is it possible to link Shiva (God) with Brahma Baba?
    That became the task. It is a source of confusion for most BKs. In fact, most BKs do not know the differences between Shiva, Brahma, Dada Lekhraj, Subtle Brahma and BapDada. That confusion added mystery as no one could clearly pinpoint who is who. Not even the Murlis. It is all up to the word of the administration or just to err on the safe side, we could use the label “god” on every instance.
    At the end of the day, none of that matters.

    What matters is the message of this god.
    A message is something that will touch every individual in a different way, for individuals will interpret the message according to their own experience. Thus, a literal interpretation of the message without considering the intended audience, the historical time, translation and degree of consciousness of the translator, could lead to many misinterpretations.

    For instance, if a prospect BK now (2018) enjoys sex with his wife, if you tell him that ”sex is a sin” or some other colorful label depicted in Sakar Murlis, then if that person follows that “instruction,” without a doubt that person will be repressing sex. That is not good for him. He will not be honest with his own experience as he will THINK that following that direction will be best for him. If the direction is followed and the potential follower is unaware of the repression then inner struggle is sure to follow. Even a disease which will be labeled as “settling karma,” could occur. Thus, the BK system is helpful if we are aware of these inner dissonances. To discover that inner lie, is what is all about.

    That label “God,” has been misused and misunderstood throughout history, but many have invested their wealth, their power, their own lives just to continue with the convenient illusion. That label is indeed controlling the collective mind.

    The Sakar Murli mentioned: “ I am bound by the Drama.” [Shiva/God said that] And so are we. Above that ‘god,’ there is the Drama. Many BKS are completely unaware of this, even though they may hear the Murlis many times. Why is that? Because of their conditioning, not from the religion but from society and their learned beliefs. We come programmed with that to the BK world, so it is easy to accept a small deviation from the well known “truth” of  a “god.”

    The avyakt Murlis have a more accurate label for BapDada, that is the “Father.” BapDada is the father of BKs.

    Want to worship and LOVE something UNIVERSAL? Worship the “Drama.” However, let me take away that tasteless label, “Drama” and label things as they are: Worship LIFE.
    LIFE is it. LIFE is as UNIVERSAL as a label could be. It is equally accessible to all.

     
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