01/01/2014

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Points of Self-Respect and Soul Study – 01/01/2014

Wah Wah !

Do not give sorrow, do not take sorrow… give blessings and receive blessings… whatever actions we perform, we, the soul, give happiness and receive happiness…by performing elevated actions, we receive praise, blessings and Wah ! Wah! Wow ! from everyone, and make those actions memorials…at the confluence age we give blessings and receive blessings, and others continue to receive blessings through our non-living images…by accumulating a stock of blessings we become living images that grant visions in the present time…

We receive the sovereignty of the unlimited world from the Unlimited Father…we repeatedly continue to look at the badge and continue to say “Baba Baba!”…by following God’s shrimat we become elevated and accurate, like Laxmi-Narayan… by imbibing courage and checking ourselves, we make effort day and night in our stage of retirement, make our individual fortune and become the deities of the land of immortality…By becoming soul conscious, we transform our vision, that is, we have a vision of brotherhood and make the vision of being brothers and sisters firm…we are the Brahmakumars and Brahmakumaris who become worthy, and sing “Wah my fortune, wah!” with great intoxication and become yogis radiant with joy…By having full victory over vices and full victory over sinful thoughts, and having thoughts only of God, we go beyond any thoughts of happiness and sorrow…by settling our karmic accounts, we are beyond actions and neutral actions, in a stage of being free of actions and free from thoughts…

With the remembrance of the one Father, the Comforter of Hearts, we constantly sing the songs of wonder Wah! Wah!…whatever has happened is wonderful, whatever is happening is wonderful and whatever is to happen will be wonderful…all three aspects of time are wonderful, that is they are the best of all….by being full of attainments, we become free from desires…

Soul Sustenance – 31/12/2013

The Art Of Stepping In And Stepping Out In Relationships (Part 1) 

For any activity, or relationship to remain peaceful and successful, we must know how far to step in and how far to step out. It is like a gardener who sows seeds at the right time, steps in to plant and water them and then steps out of the picture to allow nature to carry on with her work. However, from time to time, he steps in again to see if there is enough water, if any insects are attacking the plants, if any food is needed. His role is to find the appropriate space for the potential beauty and uniqueness of the seeds to emerge; he does not create the flowers but facilitates their expression. The gardener does not step in too much; that would be called interference. After planting the seeds, he does not demand an immediate result; he does not dig them up next day to see if they have sprouted. He plays his role, fulfils his duty, but lets go because he understands the blooming of the flowers is not dependent on him. Nor does he let go too much. If he did, then the plants would die from lack of care, or the insects and weeds would destroy them. He does not let go so much that he isolates himself from the process. Instead, by knowing when to step in and when to step out, he creates a respectful partnership or relationship with nature.

Tomorrow we shall apply this example to real life relationships.

Murli Essence – 30/12/2013

Essence: Sweet Children, this is the new tree of you Brahmins. You have to look after it well and make it grow because sparrows eat away a new tree.
Question: Why do the new leaves that emerge on the Brahmin tree wilt? What is the reason and what is the solution to this?
Answer: When souls don’t understand the wonderful secrets of knowledge that the Father explains, doubts arise in their mind. This is why new leaves wilt and they stop studying. Very clever children are needed to explain to them. If you have any doubts about anything, ask the seniors. If you still don’t receive an answer, you can ask the Father.
Song: Come and meet us, o Beloved!
Essence for Dharna:
1. You have received the lottery of limitless happiness at the time of sorrow. Have true love for the one Father. Remember Him and remain constantly happy.
2. Become as incorporeal and egoless as BapDada. Have courage and conquer the vices. Claim your kingdom with your power of yoga.
Blessing: May you be a great and elevated soul who, with the method of unbroken yoga, becomes one who is constantly worshipped!
Nowadays, souls who are said to be great have names such as “Akhandanand” (unbroken bliss). However, it is you are who are the ”akhand” (unbroken) forms in everything. You are unbroken in your bliss and in your happiness. Simply make sure you are not influenced by bad company. While seeing and hearing about the weaknesses of others, have a “don’t care” attitude and with this speciality you will become an akhand yogi. Those who are akhand yogis become worthy of worship in an akhand way. You are such great souls that you yourselves remain in a worthy of worship form for half the cycle and your non-living images are then worshipped for half the cycle.
Slogan: A divine intellect is itself the basis of the power of silence.