Sorry mbbhat Bhai, but i think one can deny this! Firstly, it is impossible to go physically to Paramdham, as the distance is vast beyond imagination; and secondly, if you did arrive at the end of the physical universe, you wouldn't be able to pass into it anyway; as one can only enter as a disembodied soul, at the end of the Drama, when one's karmic accounts have been settled here, in the physical universe. So why would anyone think they could take their body there anyway?????... this is a totally empty point you are making!mbbhat wrote:One cannot deny that the meaning is this - "This Murli point says to remember Shiv in Paramdham by sitting here itself. There is no need to go there physically . Take your mind there, but there is no need to take body there"
ShivBaba talks about Yoga in this point, the connection or linking of the mind; He in no way referring to a physical pilgrimage to Paramdham. The point is stating, that you will not have Yoga with ShivBaba, by trying to connect your mind with Him, in the Paramdham, that is beyond the physical stars... this Paramdham has only one function; and that is to be the home of souls, who are not currently playing a part in the Drama. During the Confluence Age, Father Shiv is here with us, in the physical world; playing the part of ShivBaba, face to face with His children. Therefore, to go to an empty Paramdham with your "mind", or to attempt to have Yoga(spiritual connection) with Him there; is not accurate remembrance.