Thank you for your question.
If Sister Shivani said that, then that is a good question for her to answer.
Apparently, you have not been introduced to Gyan fully.
Those diseases that you are talking about are part of how the Drama allows us to settle our karmic accounts through suffering. Those who are meant to find answers will find them. Those who are meant to be cure will find a solution; those who are not will reincarnate and continue life in a new body.
The concept and experience of God that a BK has is different than any other religion. God is not a “walking encyclopedia” where we can ask questions and He has to answer because he is God. That is a devotional assumption of God.
God is not the source where we go to when we “get in trouble” like little children. He is not a “sugar Daddy” either; ready to give us whatever we want. That is devotion.
In knowledge we know that God ONLY gives us knowledge (rather emerges that sanskara in BK souls at this time) Knowledge is necessary to reform ourselves from living a life without purpose, without spirituality; knowing that we are in essence spiritual beings.
Bodies come and go. Diseases are according to our karmic accounts, but imbibing this knowledge is what will make our current and future lives “better.”
Thank you for your question and for your warm welcoming!
It depends on the “type of soul” and the karmic accounts that soul has. Through soul consciousness you may feel a “crucifix to be a thorn.” Cancer is one of those diseases which are usually emotional in origin. A prolonged experience of soul consciousness definitely will take care of the emotional issues and then healing could start. For a Brahmin soul this may not be that easy for the amount of karmic accounts over our “shoulders,” but for a “newer” soul may work.
Mama had cancer. How is it possible for the #2 soul to “die of cancer”? Wasn’t her soul consciousness enough to overcome it?
As I said before, a Brahmin soul has many karmic accounts which are pulling us until settled. Although the body maybe dying, and there may be pain which I am sure Mama was feeling, soul consciousness will diminish that experience of pain. That could be a real challenge if we are not acquainted with that experience of soul consciousness despite physical illness. Mama had a good stage despite her illness until the end, that was the fruit of her experience of soul consciousness. This challenging experience was an obstacle that she had to overcome, so she could be “kar
A “newer” soul may develop cancer, then through that experience of suffering, their karmic account may be settled and then something like meditation or something which could induce emotions to heal, will make their health better. We may think that meditation made the trick, but before that “trick” there was a small karmic account which needed to be settled.
Underneath every disease, there is a small or large karmic account which will translate into healing or additional suffering until the account is settled.
Why is that? 🙂
“Education” many times is used as a way to understand the world. The more “educated” some one is, that means that this person has invested a large amount of time and resources to follow a particular tradition.
“Education” means to maintain our learned standards as “truth.” Many times, we are taught that “true” education will allow someone to think “on his own.” However, that cannot be “true” for the reference always points back to what is already known, what is safe.
In other words, I cannot defy the “law of gravity,” therefore; ghosts shouldn’t exist. To believe in the existence of ghosts is to defy the law of gravity as a “law” which applies to everything.
With this, I am a victim of my own close-mindness.
People being cured miraculously through a different kind of knowledge, which is not “scientific” is another example.
Our “beloved” science has no explanation for those “facts.”
Most of us probably know Dr. Wayne Dyer. He is a well-known writer of “self-help books” worldwide.
He has experienced some type of “surgery” which is not typical. Thanks to him then, “entity surgery” (ghosts) may become popular.
Likewise, something similar happen with this spiritual knowledge known as gyan. Many are not concerned with it because they can only see their existence in this life as all there is. To have an “unlimited” vision of time is not for everyone. Through gyan we have the tools to understand the “game of life.”
This knowledge does not sell “widgets” thus, our society does not see its benefit. Besides science “demonstrates” that anything but what they say is not real, in fact; is an hallucination.
Therefore, if you do not want to be called “crazy,” better stick with the “rat lab” and the theories and the Ph.Ds and their books, CDs and their obscure language.
Don’t show them this, because even though it exists and it works…it is not “real” for them…:-)
Gyan, on the other hand; defies everything we have known before.
Someone without education cannot have a pattern of beliefs to go to for reference of “reality.”
That is why usually a person without education will have an advantage on this. That person usually goes by experience alone, which is a meaningful way to relate with hos own reality rather than by intellectual understanding of concepts, which is deceiving; for it will not bring any satisfaction to the soul.
The “drawback” of not having education is that we will not be able to explain this gyan to someone who has that educational background in a way that “makes sense” to them.
Not everyone is bi-lingual, in this sense; but everyone could respect each other perspective rather than labeling something which they are incapable of understanding as “false.”
Gyan as we know it from the Sakar Murli, is not conveyed with the sanskaras of “worldly education.” It is conveyed with the sanskaras of someone with life experiences.
The greatest authority, is the authority of experience.
Ask Dr. Wayne Dyer… and beg him to put his “experience” with “John of God” (watch videos above) in scientific terms… Good luck! 🙂
Thank you for your question, My experience of meditation is not related with a health issue. Meditation could mean many things for many individuals and even among BKs, but for me primarily at this time, is to get in touch with the self; to feel the self and to enjoy the self. In that experience there is healing, emotional healing and inner transformation.
Perhaps emotional healing could help on physical diseases which are caused by emotional issues (most of them.) It is not my experience (that I am aware of) but I can see the relationship. Nevertheless, you should be aware that just because someone “practices meditation” it does not mean a thing, if you haven’t experienced the self in such a way as to heal emotionally. Therefore, it would be deceiving to say “yes, it definitely cures that disease” or to say “No, it does not do a thing.” For it only depends on the depth of your own experience with meditation.