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by bansy
03 May 2009
Forum: For Vishnu Party & all other Splinter Groups
Topic: Vishnu Party Ahmedabad
Replies: 485
Views: 51334

Re: Vishnu Party Ahmedabad

I am no scientist but what I understand, God is at the centre of "gravitional energy", "super symmetry", "string theory" and "The Theory of Everything".

Forum members can wiki these terms.

Remember where and who you heard it from first :D
by bansy
01 May 2009
Forum: For Ex-PBKs only
Topic: Percentage Bhakti in PBK
Replies: 54
Views: 7575

Re: Percentage Bhakti in PBK

I have not understood this broad drama and subtle drama thing.

It seems the broad drama can be broken down into subtle dramas which can be broken down into more subtle and more subtler etc.

So in essence, the sum of it all, well it is just one single drama ?
by bansy
30 Apr 2009
Forum: For Ex-BKs & Common Room
Topic: Humour
Replies: 7
Views: 787

Re: Humour

The Lone Ranger and Tonto went camping in the desert. After they got their tent all set up, both men fell sound asleep. Some hours later, Tonto wakes the Lone Ranger and says, 'Kemo Sabe, look towards sky, what you see? ' 'The Lone Ranger replies, 'I see millions of stars.' 'What that tell you?' ask...
by bansy
30 Apr 2009
Forum: For Ex-BKs & Common Room
Topic: Should BKs or PBKs care about ex-BKs
Replies: 3
Views: 575

Re: Should BKs or PBKs care about ex-BKs

I respect their decision. But ex-BKs do not respect the decisions of others. The lesson about respect is that if you give respect to others regardless of the other party's situation, then you will have maintained self respect. When an ex-BK is unable to respect their own decision of having become a...
by bansy
29 Apr 2009
Forum: For Ex-PBKs only
Topic: Race from 7 billion to 108.
Replies: 163
Views: 14317

Re: PBK Shivsena's beliefs

God has never said in the Murlis that the children should speak Hindi or English or any other. (Maybe some more research into the history of the BK may show that they were in Sindi instead ? :shock: ) Language is a body conscious issue. It is bounded by worldy limits. The meaning of Murlis is not lo...
by bansy
28 Apr 2009
Forum: For Ex-BKs & Common Room
Topic: Who speaks -usage of third party: Bap-Dada, Father, ShivBaba
Replies: 4
Views: 747

Re: Who speaks -usage of third party: Bap-Dada, Father, ShivBaba

This is a reply I have typically gotten but it does not meet the point. One must remember first that a Murli is SPOKEN by God. Therefore it should not be read but to be listened to. If Murlis are being read, then it is scripture. So if any BK or PBK are reading Murlis in third party form, then it is...
by bansy
27 Apr 2009
Forum: For Ex-PBKs only
Topic: Race from 7 billion to 108.
Replies: 163
Views: 14317

Re: PBK Shivsena's beliefs

If anyone is inclined for clear understanding of knowledge, then he should have the desire to learn Hindi and listen/read Hindi versions, as the English translations sometimes cannot convey the real meaning of Murli statements. If the words of God can be bound by the a worldy language, then He is n...
by bansy
27 Apr 2009
Forum: For Ex-BKs & Common Room
Topic: Who speaks -usage of third party: Bap-Dada, Father, ShivBaba
Replies: 4
Views: 747

Who speaks -usage of third party: Bap-Dada, Father, ShivBaba

(Apologies for this is rather a long post but it builds up towards the end. Thanks for your patience. ) In Murlis, why does God refer to himself in 3rd party pronoun. Why do Murlis use the term Bap-Dada, or Father, or ShivBaba instead of using "me" or "I". The Murlis are spoken live in front of the ...
by bansy
25 Apr 2009
Forum: For Ex-PBKs only
Topic: Percentage Bhakti in PBK
Replies: 54
Views: 7575

Re: Percentage Bhakti in PBK

Bhakti= ignorance, darkness, blindfaith, wandering, doing sin, in search of God. Baba has said in Murli, "You are still bhagats. When you reach perfection, you will become 100% gyaani [Note that even though BKs are called as braahmins, they are also called as half caste]. In lowkik, there is avyabh...
by bansy
24 Apr 2009
Forum: Admin
Topic: What do you wish?
Replies: 10
Views: 2633

Re: What do you wish?

My IT skills have improved slowly whilst using this forum. :laugh:

In order to find the newest posts, use this as your link or bookmark

http://bk-pbk.info/search.php?search_id=newposts
by bansy
24 Apr 2009
Forum: Admin
Topic: What do you wish?
Replies: 10
Views: 2633

Re: What do you wish?

Whatever the reasons and causes of the bannings, could be a result of this forum being carried over (duplicated) from the brahmakumaris.info forum. I do not know if the owners/admin/moderators are the same in this forum as in the previous forum which was run by ex-BKs, or if this forum owners/admin/...
by bansy
24 Apr 2009
Forum: For Ex-PBKs only
Topic: Percentage Bhakti in PBK
Replies: 54
Views: 7575

Re: Percentage Bhakti in PBK

Sorry for the ignorance ... but ... it somehow just dawned (on me)... what exactly is Bhakti ? This word probably came up in maybe your early days as a BK, everyone seems to be discussing it, but what is Bhakti. I thought Bhakti means remembrance, though you can start to say worshipping, photos, flo...
by bansy
24 Apr 2009
Forum: For Ex-BKs & Common Room
Topic: One's First Learning about God
Replies: 10
Views: 1209

Re: One's First Learning about God

In the age of around 11, I got BK knowledge. My lowkik Father became instrument in this. I got faith in Baba as soon as I heard The Knowledge. Well I am happy for you mbbhat. I sometimes find I am happy when someone else is happy and is at balance. Regardless of whether on he or she is BK or PBK or...
by bansy
24 Apr 2009
Forum: For Ex-BKs & Common Room
Topic: One's First Learning about God
Replies: 10
Views: 1209

Re: One's First Learning about God

As i recall most parents back in the days sent their kids to Christian schools for a better quality of education.. Dear niv_k, That's an interesting insight and I hadn't really thought about it until you've mentioned it now...that in maybe the "British colonial countries" in primarily non-Christian...
by bansy
23 Apr 2009
Forum: For Ex-BKs & Common Room
Topic: One's First Learning about God
Replies: 10
Views: 1209

One's First Learning about God

Could I ask the Indians (esp those from India) on this forum, if they were told about God from an early age, not necessarily from parents , but from their school. i.e. are you taught about God in your elementary education (6+), from your junior high school, (11+) or upper high school years (14+)? Is...