1. Well, where is this 'THE HIGHEST AUTHORITY' in the human realm? In what way in something non-existent human? Where on earth is this BB-Lekhraj Kirpalani? If you consider God to be present in One, then in whom and where is this Authority present in a permanent way?BKWSU Rev SM dated 31.01.2015 wrote:
1. The Father (S S S) is the highest Authority, and then, the Father of Humanity (Prajapita Brahma – BB-Lekhraj Kirpalani) is also the highest authority. THIS Dada (BB-Lekhraj Kirpalani) IS ALSO THE HIGHEST AUTHORITY (in the Human Realm).
2. We are not being taught to be rulers in the Golden and Silver Age. This is like saying we are studying to become an engineer, teacher, artist in the next birth. The definition of Raj Yoga means to become self sovereign in this birth itself. Who is it that gives birth to the souls of Radhe and Krisna in the Golden Age? The creation cannot be higher than the Creator.''You souls are the Children of Shiv Baba (S S S); and, in your corporeal forms, YOU (principal rulers of G A and S A, in particular) are Brothers and Sisters,''
3.Souls are brothers. To consider ourselves as brother and sister in a lesser teaching. The aim is to become soul conscious and to see one self as a soul and others also. Nowhere is it mentioned "sisterhood''.''You souls are the Children of Shiv Baba (S S S); and, in your corporeal forms, YOU (principal rulers of G A and S A, in particular) are Brothers and Sisters, Children of the Father of Humanity (Prajapita Brahma BB-Lekhraj Kirpalani). He (BB-Lekhraj Kirpalani) is the great, great grandfather of EVERYONE''
4.You say we are '' Children of the Father of Humanity (Prajapita Brahma BB-Lekhraj Kirpalani)'' This would then make us Brahmins ie; mouth born progeny of Brahma. If this is the case, then who gave birth to Brahma? Through whose mouth was Brahma Baba born?'' Children of the Father of Humanity (Prajapita Brahma BB-Lekhraj Kirpalani). He (BB-Lekhraj Kirpalani) is the great, great grandfather of EVERYONE.''
Relationships are created and maintained through the corporeal form. Who and where is the corporeal Father of Humanity present that you claim is the Father of Humanity? A spirit or a ghost cannot claim this role, nor can you or the rest of the world either claim it or accept it, nor can the sack of bones of the corpse of Dada Lekraj claim this role. What is it that a corpse attracts? Nothing but worms and germs.
3. However you have yet to understand this point yourself let alone explain it to others. First of all it is clear that you consider ShivBaba to be a point of light in the Soul World. This by definition is incorrect. Shiv is the only soul who is self aware, and who makes us self aware, and aware of our roles in the drama, the only soul to have a name. Baba means a corporeal form ie; that of a Father. So this definition means two personalities; the soul of Shiv and also the soul of the corporeal form. Shiv alone is unidentifiable, unrecognisable from any other soul as all souls are identical in form, but not in quality. Shiv can only be recognized as the highest authority in the corporeal form as there is no high and low in the Soul World/Paramdham. Virtues and vice are not present there, only in the corporeal world does karma exist. So you have attached a third personality, that of Lekhraj Kirpalani onto the combined form of ShivBaba? So even your baseline explanation does not tally with any basic definitions as given in any Sakar Murli. If the foundation is proven flawed then should we proceed past this point?''2. There is Shiv Baba (S S S) and there is the Father of Humanity (Prajapita Brahma – BB-Lekhraj Kirpalani); the Father of all souls and the Father of ALL HUMAN BEINGS. THIS IS A VERY GOOD POINT TO EXPLAIN TO OTHERS!''
At every step in your thread fundamental errors emerge in understanding even the basic concepts of Gyan, let alone discussing advance knowledge. Unless and until these aspects are addressed no good can come of any further discussion. This is why the Suryavanshi have no interest in those who worship ghosts and spirits. There is enough service to be done in other ways according to srimat.