Is that a personal point of view or an official view of the new administration of this forum?
Hold on ... let's drop the wishy-washy language.admin wrote:... or the understanding that Shiva was not properly comprehended for up to 20 years from the very beginning ...
Shiva was not "not properly comprehended". He was not at all known.
The importance of this revelation is that raises very serious questions, specifically about the judgement probity of the Brahma Kumari leadership, who publicly claimed for decades to have "purified" themselves during the bhatti ... by meditating on a god they did not recognise, name or know existed. At that time, the BKs basically held the same beliefs as the majority of Hindus, e.g. of an infinite Brahman being god.
So what were they having Yoga with?
(To a degree, it also raises questions about Virendra Dev Dixit as he apparently knew little to none about it either and repeated the BKWSU's erroneous version).
Now this is the biggest joke I have read in my entire BK life.However, these aspects definitely serve as a powerful deterrent to souls, who may have inadvertently come in contact with The Knowledge, specifically designed to keep them segregated and separate from those who are actually involved with The Knowledge, so that they would not pose undue hindrance, and be a source of constant nuisance to such souls.
You are saying the above revelations ... primarily the revelation of the extent of the BKWSU's leadership dishonesty ... were deliberately designed to keep the likes of me away from questioning the BK leadership?
That's like the Christians claiming that dinosaurs did not exist and it was just the Devil who placed their bones in rocks to delude people.
Are you serious?
Can you give me a Murli point or quote from Virendra Dev Dixit which says that, or is it just your own manmat? It would appear contrary to The Knowledge to me.