Question: What do you visualize when baba mentions bapdada? brahma baba (sitting as form of white light) and shiv baba point of light on Brahma baba’s forehead?

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I mentioned in some articles here, that “visualizations” are not my “thing.” I feel. I could “visualize” Shiva the point of light now, but I do not use pictures for that now.

I used to look at the picture of Brahma Baba and feel “sweet” drishti. That gave me good experiences. I wasn’t thinking if that was Brahma Baba or BapDada. I had good experience with Shiva the “point of light” as well.. But I discovered that my experiences where in relationship with the feelings of my heart. This is how, I enjoy feeling the self, the soul and from that point I could go into God the point of light, through a brief visualization. The important aspect for me is to keep the feelings alive, love or bliss flowing, in that there is nourishment and transformation of the self.

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2 comments

  1. Ram

    My experience is that I have been doing this visualization for many years until I read some articles Brother Louis wrote here, recently I have switched to “feeling the self”, I have to tell you that the amount of bliss, joy that gives me is enormous, I can’t describe this in words. The “feeling the self” cuts through your thoughts and where I am in a loving stage, then with little thoughts I feel Shivbaba as a point of light. This melts everything. It is as if you have learned to swim, you can’t forget it once you have learned it. I can go inside anytime I want, I have experimented at work, with family around and with people , this protects me as if I am in a cool water, nothing affects me anymore to the extent people started to complain about me being careless.

    Om shanti

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