T.K, I have provided a clear Murli point which proves that whenever Shiv enters, one cannot know whether He has entered in a person or not. It is only on the basis of the special knowledge (i.e. Murli) narrated through that person that people guess/understand that it is Shiv speaking through that person. But in case of Gulzar Dadiji, the programme is fixed many months in advance, which proves that Shiv does not enter in her. Well, it is upto you to accept or reject this theory.T.K wrote:Not really!
Don't the BKs claim it is the "combined form" of Shiva Baba+BB that enters Dadi Gulzar? Shiva Baba may not need an invitation, but if BB does, then would that explain the scheduled appointments?
For that matter, what if it is a totally different, probably even a non-BK, soul altogether?
Anyway, I quoted this Murli point not to stir a debate on this issue, but to prove the point of early Yagya history (as pointed out by fluffy-bunny) that Shiv's name cropped up many years after the commencement of the Yagya. When Shiv Himself is telling that you children cannot say when He has come, so how could the BKs of the early days of Yagya who were steeped deep in Bhakti guess that it was Shiv speaking through Dada Lekhraj or his partner (as the case may be)?
For me it does not make much difference. You can replace guess with understood.I disagree with the above translation.
IMO, the Hindi above translates to, "Here it is understood from the Murli", and not "guessed". IMHO there is a difference in the semantics of the two words.