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, but none included just remember Brahma Baba; so why then did we sit in front of his picture in all the class room / Baba's Room? You may know that sister Jayanti tried to have the picture of Brahma removed from over the ghaddi in the room where the English Murli is read at Global House in London. But Dadi Janki insists that every room in which she teaches must contain a picture of Brahma - so the picture ended up on a side wall. So who should you listen to?John wrote: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?
The next bit is from Baba's (Virendra Dev Dixit) clarification of the meaning of the Sakar Murli dated 27 January 1967. Baba says "....come close to me"
In the phrase ‘close to me’ who is ‘me’? Shiv. Is it Shiv, the point of light or is there any practical form of Shiv also? There is a practical form. The final Chariot (mukarrar rath) is the form of Shiv, the practical form. “coming close to that practical form’ means the heaven that is going to be established in the confluence-age, the kingship of getting transformed from a man to Narayan.
Towards the end of that clarification it is said, "... even the children close to me are unable to recognise me."
So what exactly it is that you remember / listen to, depends on what you recognise - and so you get inheritance numberwise. From where will you get your information to enable greater recognition? Any old Brahmin - BK, ex-BK, PBK, ex PBK - or ShivBaba? If you recognise who ShivBaba is and where he is, as only then can the information be obtained from him.
Speak for yourself John. Pure as the driven snow I am!! :lol:John wrote:Sorry to break the news to you, but all souls become impure ... unfaithful.