Thursday, 31 March 2011

Supreme God,The Father calls Himself as the most obedient Servant of you children.

Murli 31.03.11

It’s free. Today at 7pm IST, watch and listen to the Unique and Divine speech of BapDada (Two souls – combined form of Soul of Supreme Father and the Soul of Brahma – Adam descending on the physical chariot-body of Dadi Gulzar at Mount Abu, the holiest place on Earth), the Last Avyakt Murli (Godly-Spiritual Versions) of this season. Connect to the link:

Free for today, can listen to the divine versions from 7pm IST (other days charges will be Rs. 2/- per Hour).If you have mobile services of Airtel,Tata or Reliance, you can dial the respective number as per your Mobile operator as given below.
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Today’s Murli:

Essence: Sweet children, you have to become as pure as a lotus flower while living at home with your family. Follow the directions of the one Father. Don’t do any disservice.

Question: Which children does Maya punch very hard? What is the highest destination?
Answer: Maya gives very hard punches to the children who stay in body consciousness. They become trapped in name and form. As soon as body consciousness comes, you are slapped. The status is destroyed through this. It is a very high destination to break body consciousness. Baba (Father) says: children, become soul conscious! Just as the Father is your obedient Servant and therefore egoless, become just as egoless. There shouldn’t be the slightest ego.

Song: Neither will He be separated from us nor will there be sorrow in our hearts.

Sweet Children,

Father has come to teach you Raja Yoga to make you the masters of heaven.

Father has come again like He comes every world cycle.

You have to remain pure like a lotus flower, being in the household.

This is your final birth in this world cycle.

I have come to make every human being pure. The Purifier, The Liberator is only One God.

I come when you reach the lowest status at the end of 84th birth, according to the eternal fixed world drama.

Father takes you back home after purifying you souls and you attain the inheritance of golden age, the land of happiness.

At the end, you get visions of actions you performed and the status what you are going to attain.

Since you are becoming a charitable soul, you must not create any sinful action.

When you perform any sinful action, you receive hundredfold punishment-agony.

You give happiness to everyone and become a charitable soul.
If you get entangled in any bodily name and form, it also becomes a sin.

The Supreme Father teaches you children without any trace of ego. He calls Himself as the most obedient Servant.

When you come in to body conscious, you get hurt and lower your status.

Now, the Father makes you intelligent. There is no land purer than Bharat-India. You souls have forgotten that, the residents of Bharat lived in Golden age, where there was unlimited happiness.

Do not become entangled in any name or form (of self and others), never come into body consciousness. Become Soul conscious and remember the Father constantly (even whilst performing actions). Achcha.

To the sweetest, beloved, long-lost and now found children, love, remembrance and good morning from the Mother, the Father, BapDada (combined form of Supreme Father and Adam-Brahma), the spiritual Father says Namaste to the spiritual Children.

Essence for dharna:
1. Become as egoless as the Father. Don’t accept personal service from anyone. Don’t cause anyone sorrow. Don’t perform any sinful action due to which punishment would be experienced. Live together like milk and sugar.

2. Follow the shrimat (divine direction) of the one Father and not the dictates of your own mind.

Blessing: May you be yog-yukt (accurate in yoga-remembrance of One GodFather) and free from bondage, by surrendering yourself and sacrificing the consciousness of the body.

Every action of those who sacrifice their body consciousness becomes a mirror. When you have sacrificed something, that thing is no longer considered to be yours. Similarly, by sacrificing your body consciousness, your ownership finishes, and all attachment then finishes. This is known as complete surrender. Those who surrender in this way are constantly yogyukt (immersed in yoga) and free from bondage. Their every thought and action are yuktiyukt (full of the accurate method).

Slogan: Make the Almighty Authority, the One with all Powers, your Companion and success will be at your feet.

Retreat to Mt Abu

Often referred to as 'an oasis in the desert' Mount Abu is the highest peak in the 800 kilometre long Aravalli mountain range, in Rajasthan, western India.  The peak of the mountain is Guru Shikhar and sits 1722 meters above sea level.  Mt Abu heights are home to rivers, lakes, waterfalls and forests.  For centuries it served as a hill station (summer base) for the Rajput kings, a cool summer haven away from the dry dusty plains of Rajasthan.  In later years it became a favourite destination for the British Raj, seeking an escape from the scorching heat – and in some places humidity – of the Indian summers.  Current day travellers are mostly tourists, honeymooners and pilgrims.

It was in the early 1950s that the Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University moved to this ideal location.  Serving as the world headquarters, the original complex located two thirds up the mountain remains a centre for administration.  It also functions as a beautiful and tranquil home to many dedicated brothers and sisters, some from the earliest days of the organisation.

The initial campus begun at Pokhran House, a relatively small and rustic building that had a lot of land around it.  Since then two other large campuses have been built over the years, Gyan Sarover (‘Lake of Knowledge’) a place for spiritual learning which hosts many retreat guests from around the world, and Shantivan (‘Place of Peace’) which is at the base of the mountain and caters to the rapidly expanding BK community.

Shantivan houses the largest solar cooking facility in the world, and the largest hall in Asia without pillars - ‘Diamond Hall’.  When Diamond Hall is in use, the sight of over 20,000 yogis dressed in brilliant white, the preferred colour of the BKs, is truly stunning and resembles an ocean of milk.  White denotes a cleanliness and simplicity; also a gentle reminder that at the end, one’s body will be wrapped in nothing but a plain white cloth.
Dada Lekhraj, a Sindhi businessman later known as Brahma Baba, was the founder of the BKs.  The BKs have over 9000 centres in just under 110 countries.  The vision of the founder was simple: that each individual should have an experience of inner peace, power and wisdom.  And when, through a divine meditation experience, one is able to realise one’s inner riches – that is when we stop seeking from outside ourselves.

As one steps into any one of the campuses, loving acknowledgement with the eyes known as drishti and a sweet ‘Om Shanti’ (a greeting of peace) reassures the soul that it has definitely arrived home.

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