Wednesday, September 4, 2013

Essence of Murli 04-09-2013

Essence: Sweet children, you are sitting in the sacrificial fire of the knowledge of Rudra. You definitely have to listen to whatever Rudra Shiv Baba tells you and relate it to others. 

Question: What is the main difference between the sacrificial fire created by the Father and those created by human beings? 

Answer: Human beings create sacrificial fires of Rudra for there to be peace, that is, so that destruction is prevented from taking place. However, the Father has created this sacrificial fire of the knowledge of Rudra for the flames of destruction to emerge so that Bharat can become heaven. Through this sacrificial fire of the knowledge of Rudra created by the Father, you become Narayan from an ordinary man, that is, you become deities from human beings. You don’t gain anything from those other sacrificial fires. 

Song: My heart desires to call out to You. 

Essence for dharna: 

1. Along with surrendering yourself, you must broaden your intellect. In order to claim a high status, imbibe this knowledge very well and inspire others to imbibe it. 

2. Become egoless like the Father. Let go of arrogance and have deep love and regard for the Father. Do not become body conscious. 

Blessing: May you have a right to self-sovereignty as a master of the self and, while living in the midst of the vibrations of the iron-aged atmosphere, remain safe from them. 

A master of the self is one who is not attracted to anything through any of the physical senses but remains constantly attracted to the one Father. There should not be the slightest attraction to any person or possession. Only such masters of the self are tapaswi and swans who, while living in the midst of the iron-aged atmosphere of the storks, constantly remains safe from it. They are not even slightly attracted to the vibrations of the world. Then, all complaints finish. 

Slogan: To be able to change something bad into something good is the elevated power of the highest Brahmins. 

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