No, not at all well expressed and new knowledge has wrongly said. Actually we do not even need ShivBaba, The Supreme Soul after we get pure. So there is no question of Prajapita Brahma's inevitability.shivsena wrote: Dear Brother.
Very well expressed.
But to get the inheritence from ShivBaba there is need of Sakar. Please read the Avayakt Vani point which clearly says that, "Paramaatma bhee Sakar manushya roop mein milne aata hain. Is phal mein sab phal aa jaate hai ." That means, all inheritence of Sangamyug comes in the fact that we meet Supreme Soul in human form. So it proves according to Avyakt Vani too that Sakar is inevitable.
Nowhere in Murlis it is said to remember Prajapita. Your conclusion is totally wrong. You are misinterpretting Murlis.shivsena wrote: I have never understood how we can become a-shariri and achieve karmatit stage(farishta stage) by remembering another physical body ie. Sakar(prajapita) when all avaykt Vanis direct us to have avaykt milan with BapDada in avaykt vatan. I think that purusharth of avaykt milan is for 108 king souls and Sakar milan is for 9,16,000 who do not have the capacity to understand avaykt Vanis. (that is why Vanis keep on saying that there are 2 types of children and two types of inheritance).
But for The Supreme Soul Shiv to do His Divine work, He needs a corporeal Sakar form. That is what I am trying to say on the basis of Murlis and even Avyakt Vani points.