arjun wrote:VCD* No.842, dated 1.1.08 at Palakode
Clarification of Murli dated 9.3.68
...... So, He stopped narrating after 68. After (19)68, the narrator stopped narrating, did He not? Did He not stop? He stopped narrating Murlis, did He not? The body through which Murlis were narrated vanished, did it not? The body was gone. Then that task of narration stopped.
So, (regarding) deep points; this point proves wrong that I narrate deeper points to you day by day. ... Whatever the Father Shiv narrated through the body of Brahma, was indeed read from the papers in practical and heard by someone. He heard it from the papers or through the taperecorder; Baba had narrated Murlis through the taperecorder as well. So, whatever he heard, someone indeed understood the new meaning of whatever he heard, didn’t he? He understood the deep meanings. That deep point did not occur in the intellect of the others. That is why it was said , I narrate new point day by day. I narrate deep point. Well, it depends whether someone pays attention to it or not. Whether someone listens, whether someone listens to the depth or not, I definitely narrate.
Is this explanation complete?
On one hand Virendra Dev Dixit has questioned many times that to narrate deep points day by day Shiv needs a particular Chariot which is called as Brahma. But since after 1968 the narrator stopped narrating because the body was gone. Dada Lekharaj died.
Then how was the narration of new points day by day continued?
Virendra Dev Dixit has said that Shiv has come as Father, Teacher, and Satguru through him. And to explain the Murlis in their true sense Father i.e., Virendra Dev Dixit is the appointed Chariot i.e., Mukarrar Rath
But in the above quote it is said by Virendra Dev Dixit that Murlis through Brahma were read from the papers in practical and heard by someone. He understood the deep meanings and that deep points did not occur in the intellect of others. And that it depends whether someone pays attention to it or not. Whether someone listens, whether someone listens to the depth or not.
Does this not mean that Shiv has said whatever was needed to be said to bring transformation. And does it not mean that Shiv has given the knowledge being a Trikaldarshi. That means at whatever point of time in Sangamyug, those for whom Shiv has said any particular points will be understood by them in the right perspective whereas others will just listen to them. That means there is no need of any teacher to teach. Just reading Murlis is sufficient for all students to understand the knowledge. But yes, only those for whom it is intended will understand those particular points in true perspective. And everyone will understand their part.
You are numberwise speakers of knowledge. It is you who will say this.
Who was number one in narrating knowledge in the best way? A topic of the past was asked. The Murli is dated (19)68. Who was number one in narrating knowledge in the best way? Arey, there was someone; only then did Baba say so. Who was she? (Someone said – Om Radhey Mama.) Om Radhey Mama was the best. Baba’s case is certainly different. Why? It is because Shiv had entered in Baba. Baba’s case is certainly different. Here, it is Bap and Dada combined. Bap means there is the Father Shiv as well as Dada. So, the case of this one is indeed different. Both are together. Mama also used to explain very well. Among the children, Mama used to explain very well.
That means everyone will understand knowledge according to his part and will numberwise give explanation of the knowledge. But will Prajapita also explain knowledge? If Virendra Dev Dixit is that Prajapita has he ever accepted this?
Will Om Radhey Mama also explain knowledge? Has she ever given her introduction through anyone?
Or will everyone start giving explanations. Munde munde matirbhinnah. Jitnee muuah utnii baatein. And no one accepts his/her part.