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by newlife
06 Sep 2008
Forum: For Ex-BKs & Common Room
Topic: Karma
Replies: 178
Views: 22033

Re: Karma

Let's face it, whatever answer anyone gives, you're not going to turn round and say, "that's it. Oh, joy" because we don't have that privilege of sitting outside of the cosmos and watching which soul goes where ... a better subject to be covered would be faith because faith is vibrations of knowledg...
by newlife
05 Sep 2008
Forum: For Ex-BKs & Common Room
Topic: Karma
Replies: 178
Views: 22033

Re: Karma

Not all souls have 84 births right ? Let's forget the 84 births and assume a soul has one birth. How does it get decided that this soul is born in a rich family, or a poor family, gets born as a white, black, caste, no caste, male or female etc ? Any BK Gyan on 1 birth ? How does karma get resolved...
by newlife
05 Sep 2008
Forum: For Ex-BKs & Common Room
Topic: Karma
Replies: 178
Views: 22033

Re: Karma

OK, example, 'serial killer of many children in 2008'. How does the "Law" of Karma handle that one? There is not enough time for them to reincarnate as many times to be killed themselves, is there? Any takers from the BK side? Supposing a degraded soul has a massive heart failure, its quick and he ...
by newlife
05 Sep 2008
Forum: For Ex-BKs & Common Room
Topic: Power of thought?
Replies: 41
Views: 8971

Re: Power of thought?

Can anyone offer a failsafe, reproducible experiment of powerful thought (i.e. 'do this' and 'that will happen' every time Yes, take 20 people and one by one drive them in a car whose doors are welded shut at 70 mph into a brick wall and every one of the 20 will have the thought to protect their he...
by newlife
05 Sep 2008
Forum: All & Everything
Topic: Good quotes
Replies: 33
Views: 4977

Re: Good quotes

Stan Laurel wrote:You can lead a horse to water but a pencil has to be lead ...
by newlife
05 Sep 2008
Forum: For Ex-BKs & Common Room
Topic: Karma
Replies: 178
Views: 22033

Re: Karma

You see, I am not arguing against this type of thinking. I am just asking "how?". OK, we have this faith, even though it is not really documented or explained anywhere in the Murlis ... so now would someone please explain the mechanism and medium through which it works and substantiate in details t...
by newlife
04 Sep 2008
Forum: For Ex-BKs & Common Room
Topic: Karma
Replies: 178
Views: 22033

Re: Karma

I understand what your reasoning is here, but it does not explain how karma exists in a perfect Golden Age. If the vices were dormant in the soul, then the first action in the Golden Age is one of vice, otherwise the Law of Karma cannot be triggered. There doesn't need to be a bad karma to trigger ...
by newlife
04 Sep 2008
Forum: For Ex-BKs & Common Room
Topic: Karma
Replies: 178
Views: 22033

Re: Karma

When we perform actions we use virtues in those actions ... we express both things what we are and what we have ... it is in the sub-conscious mind stored, yes, like petrol. You can only get as much petrol from the tank as you put in ... once the virtues have become weak, we start our quest to think...
by newlife
04 Sep 2008
Forum: For Ex-BKs & Common Room
Topic: Karma
Replies: 178
Views: 22033

Re: Karma

What I am asking is where did the first bad deed come from if The Cycle starts out perfect. How did the Law of Karma kick off ? Let's go right back to the beginning of The Cycle, not at this point in time during this year 4972 or so, but to the original source of what is karma. i.e the first action...
by newlife
03 Sep 2008
Forum: For Ex-BKs & Common Room
Topic: Karma
Replies: 178
Views: 22033

Re: Karma

(b) okay, let's assume there is a perfect first frame of paradise on earth. A frozen shot for a split second (i.e press the pause button and the world stops spinning on its axis for a split second). Have you bit of fun vision and imagination. Yes, it is that wonderful. You deserve it after all. Now...
by newlife
01 Sep 2008
Forum: For Ex-BKs & Common Room
Topic: Karma
Replies: 178
Views: 22033

Re: Karma

For me it seems that the majority of human beings, when adorning themself with a title of some description, cease to think about the qualifications needed to be a good ... Just as in the case of a bk. Or if ever I think of myself as a good teacher or mother ,,, then the danger is that I do not look ...
by newlife
31 Aug 2008
Forum: For Ex-BKs & Common Room
Topic: Karma
Replies: 178
Views: 22033

Re: Karma

But ex-l not all BKs are staying BKs because of fear of leaving as well you know. The experiences that soul-consciousness provides is far greater than anything that humans have to offer. If its supression we will see but even people who have never meditated before like becoming aware of themselves a...
by newlife
31 Aug 2008
Forum: For Ex-BKs & Common Room
Topic: Karma
Replies: 178
Views: 22033

Re: Karma Philosophy made Simple

The Prajapati Brahma-Kumaris were, in essence, in the wrong. Lekhraj Kirpalani broke not just families apart but also a community ... using primarily his money power. (His "competition", Saddhu Vaswani whose work for women and girls pre-dated Lekhraj Kirpalani's, did not need to 'buy' his following...
by newlife
31 Aug 2008
Forum: For Ex-BKs & Common Room
Topic: Karma
Replies: 178
Views: 22033

Re: Karma Philosophy made Simple

In answer to Topic no 1; surely to call a spade a spade is a virtue and a charity to others. There is no sin in point out the true. I would say in the old days, BKs did. I guess to the rank and file BKs, they still do. I am not sure about the middling and leadership. They appear to me to have adopt...
by newlife
29 Aug 2008
Forum: For BKs - to discuss BK experiences
Topic: Do BKs treat agyanis (non-BKs) as Shudras?
Replies: 26
Views: 3309

Re: Do BKs treat agyanis (non-BKs) as Shudras?

As I understand it, a bk is one who believes it is the Supreme Soul that is teaching and, therefore, believes everything he says is true. But, further more, the moment I think negatively or wastefully about others, I am not a brahmin but a Shudra. I think the majority of us so-called BKs are for lar...