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  • avyakt7- New Generation 6:29 AM on July 4, 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    To follow a path 

    If a path can be explained to others, if it has all the turns and streets mapped out for others to follow, is not the “only true path.”
    It cannot be. Life cannot be put into a philosophy or some dogma.
    Nevertheless, religious dogmatic paths also called “spiritual paths,” are necessary for without them a person wouldn’t be able to gain the necessary experience to “know.”

    A child needs the structure offered by parents. However, that structure cannot fit the Life experiences of an adult.
    Society dictates a path to follow. Our parents do the same, based on their conditioning. But ultimately Life, cannot be met from that perspective.
    It is a narrow perspective. There is more in Life.

    Life is a pathless path. This is overwhelming for those conditioned to look for security at every corner. These individuals are content swimming in their own backyard pool. They are not ready to meet the Ocean. Life is an Ocean.

    The Brahma Kumaris path is a valid path. Just like Christianity. Just like Buddhism or any other spiritual –“ism.”
    If those paths are taken to the full extent, they will show us our rejections, our repressions, our firm beliefs and ultimate our deepest fears. However, most individuals are not interested in “knowing” that. Most are interested in “having the truth, in being right.”
    If they are unable to see their own “truth,” what are they counting on having?
    Just a satisfactory belief. Something to talk about, discuss and defend. That becomes an extension of their own ego. Once the “ego trip” is over, they will be looking for something else.

    That inability to see their own truth, will be covered with all sorts of self inflicted falsehoods. That is inner dishonesty.
    Some day we may discover that any helpful path, can only take us back to ourselves.

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    • Chandra Prakash Suman 11:12 AM on July 8, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Dear Avyakt7
      Please share your experience about channeling and mediumship. Some oraganization and individuals claim challenging and other about mediumship. When asked at Brahmakumaris how God can come in individual person? They quoted a verse from Bhagvad Gita “Whenever there is decay of righteousness, O Bharata, And there is exaltation of unrighteousness, then I Myself come forth ; For the protection of the good, for the destruction of evil-doers, For the sake of firmly establishing righteousness, I am born from age to age” (ch-4 verse 7-8). I have read Bhagvad Gita and feel that it explores every aspects of life.
      Please share your opinion
      Regards

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      • ahnanda 10:34 AM on July 11, 2018 Permalink | Reply

        Thanks for your question. It was answered in today’s post. 🙂

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  • avyakt7- New Generation 10:11 AM on November 10, 2016 Permalink | Reply
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    Brahma Kumaris as a path of self-discovery 

    Brahma Kumaris is an intense path for self-discovery. It will take the practitioner into a different perspective of “reality.”
    The issue in that path, resides in the inability of most followers to realize that this path is another perspective to decondition from mainstream rather than the  only “reality.”

    As followers look for the “truth,” the “right path,” according to mainstream thinking; they are unable to observe perspectives, conditionings and beliefs. Any deconditioning from our current society is meant so the practitioner can look at his old conditioned ways, as the word “truth,” is truly deceiving.

    Life offers Life. Humans interpret Life based on their conditioning.
    It is a fact that Brahma Kumaris knowledge involves a relation with entities beyond the physical world. Some followers are able to perceive those and to communicate with those.
    When a label is chosen to name that experience, the label used is: “Godly.” In mainstream conditioning, that label is the “highest” that can exist.
    In my experience there are many types of living beings, physical and non-physical, each one having a particular “role” to play in this unlimited “Drama,” which I like to call, LIFE.

    Brahma Kumaris introduced me to the world of nonphysical beings. Nevertheless, in my experience; the use and identification of certain beings by using the “godly” label is an embellishment  of Brahma Kumaris, just as many religions do the same.  The “true” God is a matter of perspective, angle, point of reference: Consciousness. This is a general description rather than “the answer” for everyone walks a different path even if following a particular religious/spiritual path.

    The hierarchy of “God,” “angels,” etc. is only a perception based on human conditioning. In that realm of subtle beings, the existence of hierarchies is a human idea but a necessary scheme to build the ego of the follower into something which he is already familiar, and which he is willing to “accomplish,” to become “better,” etc.

    Let me state one more time, my appreciation for the Brahma Kumaris path, although; it could be a very harsh experience many times and for many followers.
    The use of the mind as a tool to control our being, could be a great danger. A follower could be his own tyrant. Engrossed in the mind, a follower may be unable to feel Life.

    That is why, these writings are here. For the common good.

    I will be taking a vacation thus, my next article will be posted on Thursday December 1st. I’d like to thank and value the support and participation of some brothers and sisters in this website (Gayathri and Anil Kumar,) who contributed to this site by asking questions, sharing experiences or forwarding some of the articles here to others.
    My appreciation to you.  🙂

     
    • Gayathri 11:05 AM on November 10, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      Om shanti. Brother, thank you for sharing your observations with all of us. It really helps. Enjoy your vacation!
      regards,
      Gayathri.

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    • Orquidea wechsler 11:10 AM on November 10, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      Hola, buenos dias. Esto es solo para comentarte que cada vez que escribis como Ahnanda o Avyakt 7, no dejo de sorprenderme por la sintonia que tengo con tus reflexiones al punto que me siento el “patito ffeo” entre los bk. Te saludo cordialmente Orquidea (de Argentina)

      2016-11-10 12:11 GMT-03:00 Avyakt7 — For Brahma Kumaris readers :

      > avyakt7- New Generation posted: “Brahma Kumaris is an intense path for > self-discovery. It will take the practitioner into a different perspective > of “reality.” The issue in that path, resides in the inability of most > followers to realize that this path is another perspective to decondit” >

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      • avyakt7- New Generation 3:18 PM on November 10, 2016 Permalink | Reply

        El “patito feo” fue condicionado a creer que era un patito. En realidad era un cisne.
        Ahnanda es un Delfin. El mar es nuestro elemento en comun. Alli esta la sintonia que hablas. 🙂

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    • Anil Kumar Reddy Mendu 11:15 AM on November 10, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      Thank you avyakt7-NG.

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    • Anoushka 4:21 PM on November 10, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      Thank you so much brother….have a lovely vacation! Looking forward to 1 Dec….bless you!

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    • Gayathri 7:55 PM on November 10, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      Brother, can you please translate the comment and reply in Spanish to English? 🙂

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      • avyakt7- New Generation 3:49 PM on November 11, 2016 Permalink | Reply

        Sister, that answer was for the person that wrote in Spanish, but I don’t mind if someone uses google translate to find out what was said… 🙂

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