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by jim
08 Jun 2006
Forum: For PBKs - supporting 'Advanced Knowledge'
Topic: Why do PBKs just keep on quoting Murlis??
Replies: 71
Views: 8773

Would it be fair for me to say that you're not really on this forum to discuss, but to do service? Haven't we been discussing? I wouldn't choose to indulge in a discussion that I consider will do harm. What is the definition of "service". There will be some souls, almost certainly disaffected BKs, ...
by jim
08 Jun 2006
Forum: For PBKs - supporting 'Advanced Knowledge'
Topic: Why do PBKs just keep on quoting Murlis??
Replies: 71
Views: 8773

But the style of remembrance, where did you learn that and I mean specifically. From the clarifications of the Murli given by ShivBaba (via Virendra Dev Dixit). By studying those Murli (the written ones in my cases as I don't understand the spoken Hindi cassettes/vidoes enough) and then churning th...
by jim
07 Jun 2006
Forum: For PBKs - supporting 'Advanced Knowledge'
Topic: Why do PBKs just keep on quoting Murlis??
Replies: 71
Views: 8773

Arjun has pointed out that baba no longer gives the course. Baba no longer gives the 7 day course (explanation of the pictures) in Kamphill to new PBKs. That is done by the Sisters so to that extent those people receive the information other than from Baba /2nd hand. But the knowledge that is in th...
by jim
07 Jun 2006
Forum: For PBKs - supporting 'Advanced Knowledge'
Topic: Why do PBKs just keep on quoting Murlis??
Replies: 71
Views: 8773

unless you were a PBK in the late 70's, 80's or 90's even, I am guessing what you have been told is 2nd hand . Why do you say that? The point is to learn from one ShivBaba - be a direct child of the Father. In that way the full inheritance can be received. I can learn direct because as far as I am ...
by jim
07 Jun 2006
Forum: For PBKs - supporting 'Advanced Knowledge'
Topic: Why do PBKs just keep on quoting Murlis??
Replies: 71
Views: 8773

John

Everything starts with a seed.
John wrote:why would anyone want to follow it?
Why would anyone want to hear it? - it's already 2nd hand. Maybe re-cycling is over-rated. 8)

Jim
by jim
07 Jun 2006
Forum: For PBKs - supporting 'Advanced Knowledge'
Topic: Why do PBKs just keep on quoting Murlis??
Replies: 71
Views: 8773

What do YOU think is the correct form of remembrance If I write what I understand by what Baba says in the Murlis, what will that achieve? My version will be more limited and less inclusive than Baba's explanation. What would be the point in my explaining if I explained just as Baba's does - wouldn...
by jim
07 Jun 2006
Forum: For PBKs - supporting 'Advanced Knowledge'
Topic: Why do PBKs just keep on quoting Murlis??
Replies: 71
Views: 8773

Do you mean listen to any other soul or listen to souls who have there own version of Gyan i.e.BK Seniors or exPBKs claiming to be chariots of Shiva? Who should you remember? As a BK I did not ask for a long time who it was we all sat there in remembrance of. And when I asked - the answers varied, ...
by jim
06 Jun 2006
Forum: For PBKs - supporting 'Advanced Knowledge'
Topic: Why do PBKs just keep on quoting Murlis??
Replies: 71
Views: 8773

Dear Sister Bansy You will have seen Arjun Bhai's post regarding the Trimurti class - so in due course that we be available. Regarding official PBK websites, there is not one. As far as I know there are the two websites, both created by PBKs. http://www.ShivBaba.Copper Age http://www.ShivBaba.org.pl...
by jim
06 Jun 2006
Forum: For PBKs - supporting 'Advanced Knowledge'
Topic: Why do PBKs just keep on quoting Murlis??
Replies: 71
Views: 8773

Dear Sister Bansy It seems that many PBKs have been reluctant to supplement Andrey Bhai's response to your enquiry. I was considering why this is the case - other than Andrey Bhai has given a comprehensive answer. For me it is as follows. 1. I believe that ShivBaba / Virendra Dev Dixit is not using ...
by jim
30 May 2006
Forum: For PBKs - supporting 'Advanced Knowledge'
Topic: Are there limitations on the Ocean of Knowledge?
Replies: 53
Views: 7960

John said think the meaning was that even if you haven't got a very clever mind you can still follow Gyan(to a point) and have remembrance. Also maybe that cleverness used in the wrong way can be used negatively and therefore it is not a sure or complete sign of a souls progress. I agree. I know tha...
by jim
30 May 2006
Forum: For PBKs - supporting 'Advanced Knowledge'
Topic: Are there limitations on the Ocean of Knowledge?
Replies: 53
Views: 7960

Om Shanti John St Pauls - Aldwych - The Strand - Trafalgar Square - Picadilly - Hyde Park Corner - Park Lane - Bayswater Road.... A journey through part of London. If you know London you won't need me to tell you the route passed by Chancery Lane. Bush House, Nelson's Column etc If you haven't been ...
by jim
30 May 2006
Forum: For PBKs - supporting 'Advanced Knowledge'
Topic: Are there limitations on the Ocean of Knowledge?
Replies: 53
Views: 7960

It would be good good if it worked. I have discovered that Hindi is very context sensitive and it is not precise like European languages. It seems to me that you more or less need to know what the speaker is saying in order to understand them. Or maybe that because I am so good at Hindi!

Jim
by jim
30 May 2006
Forum: For PBKs - supporting 'Advanced Knowledge'
Topic: Question about Virendra Dev Dixit's life before Gyan
Replies: 29
Views: 5745

I don't know exactly what makes Virendra Dev Dixit Mr Thorn. But by way of contrast I recall being told in Madubhan about Baba Brahma being seriously impressive. It was said that he was tall, fair skinned and handsome. That when he walked into a room even the most arrogant of the former Rajas (his c...
by jim
30 May 2006
Forum: For PBKs - supporting 'Advanced Knowledge'
Topic: Are there limitations on the Ocean of Knowledge?
Replies: 53
Views: 7960

I don't speak Hindi but i can understand bits of the Hindi Murli. I am a contender for the worst linguist award! I find it hard work and I haven't made the necessary effort. I have been studying Hindi for getting on for a year now. At the right time knowledge will be available in all languages as yo...
by jim
30 May 2006
Forum: For PBKs - supporting 'Advanced Knowledge'
Topic: Are there limitations on the Ocean of Knowledge?
Replies: 53
Views: 7960

John That is only 4.4% advance knowledge available to English speakers. There's a huge amount of information in the 4.4%. But if a child is interested in his/her Father then no doubt he/she will think about that Father and do his/her best to learn his language/culture (since they are so inter-relate...