Hi Arjun, a question. Are all these words directly quoted from your organisation's Vani? If so, what strikes me in this section, as a difference from the BKWSU Murli, is that in the BKWSU Murli there is never any statement to the effect that "Ten years less than five thousand years ago ...". Within the BKWSU everything with reference to 'time', whether remaining or to come, is a period of 5000 years. The only 'count' that moves relates to the number of years being celebrated since the Yagya's inception or Shiva Jayanti etc etc i.e. the 65th, 66th, 67th Shiv Jayanti.God Father says – Even if someone hears a word from Me directly face to face; if they hear even a word, even a sentence, then it would not go waste; He/she would come to heaven and if he/she makes efforts, if he/she imbibes regularity, then he/she can achieve a high post. The posts have also been mentioned. The highest post is one. Which post? It is the post of becoming the Master of the world. That has become a matter of ‘too late’. That declaration has already been made. When was it made? The declaration has been made in the Murli itself. When did these Lakshmi and Narayan take birth? Ten years less than five thousand years ago. It is a Vani dated 1966. So that comes to 1976. Lakshmi and Narayan were born in 1976.
If some of the words are not a direct quote, but your own churning, then there appears to be a difference in The Cycle as understood by yourself according to your organisation's teachings, and The Cycle as understood by myself according to the BKWSU.
The BKWSU Murli always says that such and such a thing happened exactly the same 5000 years ago and will happen exactly the same 5000 years forward. So that even if one were to hear that same Murli again 7 years later, it would still say that such and such a thing happened 5000 years ago and not 4993 years ago. It is as if time stopped for the BKWSU after a certain point ...
If you get my meaning, can you explain your organisation's understanding of The Cycle? The BKWSU 5000 years seems 'set' irrrespective of elapsed time. Are you aware of the 'fixed' 5000 year timeframe in BKWSU?
Thinking about it now, the BKWSU's method seems a very simplistic, dare i say, ignorant way of reckoning time/understanding what God Shiva may have taught about The Cycle.
Any thoughts? Boy, oh boy. How come we never ask any of these questions in Murli class?
I wonder how much of what has been passed down in the BKWSU has been heavily coloured by the relative intelligence/level of education of whoever is/was translating or formulating teaching policy at the time?
Om Shanti Bhai