Saturday, August 10, 2013

Essence of Murli 10-08-2013

Essence: Sweet children, you are now standing at a T-junction. On one side is the land of sorrow, on the second side is the land of peace and on the third side, the land of happiness. Now judge (decide) where you want to go. 

Question: On the basis of which faith can you children remain constantly cheerful? 

Answer: The first faith you need to have is who it is that you now belong to. After belonging to the Father, there is no need to read the Vedas, scriptures or religious books. The other faith you need is that your clan is the most elevated deity clan. With this awareness you can remember the whole cycle. Those who maintain the awareness of the Father and the cycle will remain constantly cheerful. 

Song: Someone made me belong to Him and taught me how to smile. 

Essence for dharna: 

1. Have an interest in doing service. Stay in remembrance of the Father even in illness. Remind others to stay in remembrance. Continue to donate knowledge through your mouth. 

2. Become real children, that is, stay in remembrance of the one Father. Wake up early in the morning and churn the ocean of knowledge. Do not remember anyone else. 

Blessing: May you be an easy yogi who makes a situation as big as a mountain into cotton wool with the awareness of one word “Baba”. 

In order to become an easy yogi, remember the two words “My Baba”, that is all. When any situation bigger than the Himalayas comes in front of you, when you say “Baba”, it becomes like cotton wool (rui). A mustard seed (rai) is still a little hard, whereas cotton wool is soft and light. Then, any situation, no matter how big it is, will become as light as cotton wool. When people of the world see this, they question how it would happen whereas you would say: It will happen like this. As soon as you say “Baba”, your intellect will be touched as to how you have to do something and it will become easy. This is the easy yogi life. 

Slogan: .Remain merged in the Ocean of Love and you will receive the blessing of being constantly close, equal and complete. 

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