Revelation of the Father through having the highest and holiest thoughts, words and form
This Murli has one main point. “Only the practical stage of being equal to the Father will enable others to have a vision of the Father.”
What does this actually mean?
That “revelation” is not some “movie” where God will descend upon us with lots of splendor and then, we BKs, will go around the globe saying:” I told you… this Baba is the true God of the Gita… you should have listened to me.”
That scene will not happen for it is full of ego and at this time, right now is about becoming ego-less.
BapDada is clearly telling us that “when we become equal to the Father, then a vision of the Father will take place” so others can recognize the Father through us. That is the practical “proof” of truth. As mentioned before, in spirituality “truth” is becoming, being. It is not a matter of words and scriptures.
Moreover, BapDada mentioned that we need to become an “embodiment of success,” and He went on with His “definition:” “An embodiment of success will automatically prove that it is God, the Highest on high who has made you so elevated.”
To become that embodiment of success, BapDada mentioned about the importance of thoughts. “Every thought should be powerful.” As a group, we should have a single thought to make this “embodiment of success” a reality. This “effort” is “now or never,” it should be done faster than the speed of time.
“Whatever you have to do has to be done this instant.”
How is that possible? When we become “practical” in this knowledge, we can see that “now” means “soul conscious.” It is in that consciousness that thoughts could have the power of that stage. That “now” is not depending on something that we should do, but it is the consequence of the experience of the self.
Then, BapDada mentioned :” The burden of action will pull you towards itself. We need to be light.” That lightness is again that experience of being a “detached observer.” For if that experience is not with us, we will feel that every action that “we do,” is “ours” and that will bring a consequence rather than “acting for the sake of it,” which comes “naturally” in that stage of a detached observer. Until we reach there, BapDada mentioned to practice the balance of being in relationships with others but at the time, detached in equal extent.
This practice needs to come from the space of the experience of the soul, for otherwise, it will be colored by “moral standards,” and fanaticism rather than as a consequence of being connected with the whole, with the Drama. However, BapDada knows that we are not there yet, so in the meantime, we need to “practice.” 🙂
Finally, “seeing any situation as beneficial,” is to go beyond the myopia of just seeing the immediate “scene,” without seeing its ramification. Even though, we cannot see that many times, there is a need to trust the process and rather than “reject,” accept the Drama and move with it, by knowing that behind that there resides a benefit.