Essence: Sweet children, even after donating the vices, you must definitely make effort to stay in remembrance because
it is only through remembrance that the soul will become pure.
Question: What is the method to become seated on the heart-throne and be threaded in the rosary of Rudra?
Answer: Become a remover of sorrow and bestower of happiness, the same as the Father. Sprinkle drops of the water
of knowledge on everyone and do the service of making them cool. Let go of all the things that cause anyone sorrow.
Don’t perform any sinful actions. Imbibe good manners. Use your time in a worthwhile way in remembrance of the
Father and you will become seated on the Father’s heart-throne and be threaded in the rosary of Rudra. If someone is
wasting his time, he is degrading his status for nothing. To tell lies, to make mistakes and hide them and to hurt someone’s
heart are all sins through which you receive one hundredfold punishment.
Song: Neither will He be separated from us, nor will we experience any sorrow.
Essence for dharna:
1. In order to become pure while you are alive, you mustn’t be concerned about the obstacles of Maya.
2. Sprinkle drops of knowledge on everyone and do the service of making them cool. Never hurt anyone’s heart. Become a
remover of a sorrow and bestower of happiness, the same as the Father.
Blessing: May you be an easy knowledgeable soul who finishes weaknesses with the constant company of the Truth.
Any weakness comes when you step away from the company of the Truth and are coloured by the company of others. This
is why it is said on the path of devotion: Constantly stay in the company of the Truth. Satsang (spiritual gathering, company
of the Truth) means to stay constantly in the company of the true Father. The true Father’s company is very easy for all of you
because you have a close relationship. So, constantly stay in the company of the Truth and become easy yogi and gyani souls
who finish all weaknesses.
Slogan: In order to remain constantly happy, renounce any desire to hear your praise.
The theme of this Murli is on how to remove the alloy of impurities from the self.
The answer is: “The method is to stay in remembrance of the Father for as long as you live.”
Here some practical advice about Dharna was given, as far as not giving sorrow to another soul, not to tell lies and not to make mistakes.
Baba was concentrating in the comparisons of the “old” world with the “new” world. The most outstanding difference comes in the practice of celibacy.
Baba mentions that “there are few swans and millions of storks” and that “swans and storks cannot live together.”
I was surprised to see this, for it goes along with yesterday’s question about “celibacy.”
Who are the swans and who are the storks? I believe that we can figure that one out. However, what is hard to see is that we cannot take that comparison literally. Please do not make the mistake that I made.
That is why, I am open to “pure gyan,” which is able to explain the reason why some souls will follow celibacy and others will not. The reason is that according to the roles and sanakaras of a soul; a soul who has experienced the Golden age, has the sanskaras for natural celibacy. Other souls, do not have it. Please see this point, and I certainly hope that in BK centers this point will be understood.
It is a different story when Brahma Baba is giving examples to many kumaris, who have no experience of the ways and means of the world for they have been sheltered; and who mostly have a child like understanding; than to explain this to someone who has already a partner who is not willing to follow celibacy. That is one of the reasons why I am hesitant to see kumars/ kumaris as “teachers” in topics of conjugal life when they do not have the experience to understand what other people have experienced.
The comparison of “storks and swans” is just that, a way to explain why a Brahmin soul shouldn’t indulge in vice catered to a childish mind; but it does not mean that “we” are swans and other people who do not practice celibacy are “storks.” The minute we think that we are “better than” is the minute where “ego” will finish our spirituality.
For that reason, it is important to see that “God” is not discriminating among his children; but rather it is father Brahma who is “talking” to his BK children. Please see this point.
Some points to churn:
“When you truly belong to the Father, the devilish community becomes your enemy”
Sakar Murlis explain points in a “black or white” view. Again, is this type of language that cannot be interpreted literally. We have no enemies. We are in a “different consciousness” at this time.
“Those who have been impure for half the cycle cannot become pure that quickly”
This is a matter of fact. It will take time and that is one of our inner struggles to overcome.
“There is so much sorrow in the world: Weeping, wailing, fighting and quarreling”
And it will increase. It is supposed to. That is what duality teaches us. But after sorrow increases to its maximum, then “happiness” will be experienced. However, a BK experience of “sorrow” at this time, is different from a “new” soul. Let us keep that in mind.
“The Father is inspiring us to make effort to become pure”
It is understood that it is the “father,” Brahma.
“Although someone may have donated the 5 vices, still that one has to have yoga”
Yoga is a necessity in BK life. We cannot go and survive without it.
“Souls have a status”
Meaning, we are “numberwise.”
“In the Drama, the souls of the Deity religion; play the best roles and experience the maximum happiness”
Pure gyan mentions that there is NO POINT IN COMPARISONS, for we are numberwise. The experience/ awareness of an “iron age” soul is different from a Brahmin soul.
Also, If Brahmin souls will experience “maximum” happiness that means also, “maximum” sorrow. Duality.
“Whatever you became in the previous cycle, you are becoming that now”
It cannot be otherwise.
“I tell this to all of those who belong to the Sun dynasty clan”
This is a very important point. Sakar Murlis are only spoken to Brahmin souls. Although the knowledge comes from a divine origin, the experiences, language and understanding are sanskaras of our father Brahma. His role hasn’t been understood. He was an effort maker just like any other Brahmin soul, thus; his stage progressed as time went by.