Dear indianaCan you give me a single Murli quote that says "Shiva sermonizes through the three murtis" or "Shiva gives inheritance through the three murtis", or "Shiva establishes heaven through the three murtis" or "Godfather will be revealed to the world through the three murtis."
I feel that we are talkingabout different things. I am talking about Shiva who has three taks done through 3 murti and reveals himself through 3 murti; you are asking me to give you poits about his speaking through 3 murti. Baba has already clarified this at least few times how Shiva speaks through 3 murtis. It is a part of AIVV teachings.
Here I post points that have been distributed in AIVV.
Trimurti Supreme Father Shiva only is the bestower of knowledge and salvager of all. Brahma, Vishnu and Shankar are born together. It is not just Shivjayanti [Shiva's birthday] but Trimurti Shivjayanti. [Mu. 27-09-75 Pg-3]
Children you write Trimurti Shiva's birthday. But three personalities are not in existence now. You say that ShivBaba creates the new world through Brahma. Hence, Brahma should also be present in the corporeal form. However, where are Vishnu and Shankar now? So how can you call it as Trinity? These are matters to be understood. Trimurti means Brahma, Vishnu and Shankar. You are the ones who know the secret of Brahma, Vishnu and Shankar. [Mu 18-2-76 Pg-1]
Then, I am talking about the Trimurti Shiva, you are talking about Chariot. These are different things. Please, let's use words accurately and meaningfully. Otherwise, we won't be able to understand each other.
Dear indiana, ShivBaba means Shiva+his corporeal Chariot. This is what we have been taught in AIVV. Please, explain to me how Shiva who is already in his Chariot (ShivBaba) enters another Chariot? Who is called ShivBaba in this point?MU. 16.2.73 -- "As ShivBaba enters Shankar, hence they identify Shiva as Shankar."
Refering to the points you quoted - I understand that you are talking about Shiva's role of the Father. I do not try deny it. The role of the Father is one of many roles he plays. To play his roles he has three murtis. He plays seperate roles through each of them. You concentrate on one of murtis. OK. I understand this. I am looking for the whole view and desire full understanding of Shiva's performance through 3 murtis. This is the difference between us.
Good luck and best wishes.