Comments on Avyakt Murli – May 19, 2013

Original: 2/6/76 and 2/8/76
Baba’s co-operative right and left hands.

Note that in these short Murlis BapDada is speaking about being a “detached observer;” but from different perspectives according to the understanding of every child.
In the first short Murli, BapDada will make his point by relating the story of the “1000 arms of Brahma,” and the differences between the “right hand and the left hands.”

“Having the awareness of Karankaravnahar Baba, the right hands consider themselves the ones who are karanhar” (Detached observers) while the “left hands” are “lawyers,” that is conscious of “me “ and “mine,” and thus, defend their ego driven decisions.
In the second short Murli, BapDada will play with 2 words: “Connection and correction.” Those 2 words also emphasize the stage of being a detached observer: “If you do not give correction as a detached observer, you will not be able to have an accurate connection.”

Thus, it is important to be in that stage of not being self conscious to be able to catch a mistake in our stage. That stage in itself brings an accurate connection, which allows the correction to emerge. BapDada uses the words:”Check and change,” in other Murlis, to refer to this aspect of looking at the self to transform.

In that stage of being a detached observer, there is the attainment of the balance between love and detachment. This is not something that we need to “work at,” but is the consequence of experiencing this stage of a “detached observer.”
In the personal meeting, BapDada will refer again to the same concepts but in a more refined way.

Dharma and Karma. The belief that we could “renounce actions,” as mentioned by Sanyassis, could be understood in Gyan; as “not doing.” That is being “ego-less.” In other words, being “virtuous.” Letting “Karankaravanhar do.”

BapDada speaks about the necessity for a Brahmin soul to be virtuous, that is his Dharma. This Dharma in turn is a Brahmin Dharna. However, at the same time; a Brahmin soul is performing activities. He is not neglecting karma. (Actions.)
As BapDada mentioned, “at the confluence age is when we combine dharma and Karma,” in other words, through the stage of a detached observer, we “do” but at the same time “we don’t,” for in that ego-less virtue; we are aware that it is not “me,” doing but that “I” am an instrument.

The blessing will also mentions about finishing the consciousness of “mine,” by being love. Being merged in love. That could happen when “I” and “mine” are not in the picture. A detached observer.

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