Dear brother,shivsena wrote:Things are getting more complicated. It is not yet proved by PBKs that the three murtis in the beginning of the Yagya are the same three souls who are going to be revealed as Trimurti in the end, and now you further add, that original mata gave birth to all four seeds in the beginning itself (and who were the four souls, besides the original three murtis - please clarify). This is something I have not heard before.
Om Shanti. You have misunderstood my statement. You had asked as to who the Brahma could be whose sons are the four Sanat Kumars. For this I replied that the first mother (who was in the beginning of the Yagya and who narrated the matter of visions of Dada Lekhraj to his partner) could be the Brahma who gives birth to the four Sanat Kumars. I did not mean to say that the seed-souls of other religions were also present when the clarification of the visions of Dada Lekhraj was being given by Shiv through Dada Lekhraj's partner.
But it is believed that it was Shiv who entered in that mother to hear about the visions of Dada Lekhraj and then narrate it 'as it is' to Dada Lekhraj's partner. Just because Dada Lekhraj's partner happened to be the first person to hear the words of Shiva through the mouth of that mother he happens to be the first Brahmin and that mother the first Brahma. Dada Lekhraj comes into the picture later on. Shiva enters into the partner to understand and explain the meaning of the visions to the first mother. Later on that mother narrates the clarification to Dada Lekhraj. So, Dada Lekhraj is just a titleholder Brahma and not the first Brahma. Dada Lekhraj's partner happens to be the original Prajapita Brahma. Well, all this is a theory which many may not believe.new knowledge wrote:But, first of all, Lekhraj Kirpalani narrated his own visions to that mother & then that mother narrated the same to Sevakram; thus, the first narrator of that visions is Lekhraj Kirpalani & not that mother. If that mother becomes Brahma by just narrating those visions, Lekhraj Kirpalani should be regarded as the first Brahma who narrates his own visions to that mother & that mother as the secondary Brahma who depicts that story to sevakram.