When we say Kalaa-atit then we mean that the soul is beyond any measurement or in other words the soul does not fall down(although this is for temporary period of Sangamyug because once Satyug starts each soul out of all the 9 lac 16,108 in Satyug has to undergo downfall according to the drama). The soul of Bharat (confluenced aged Narayan) also has to undergo the downfall once Satyug starts. So, at the end of the 84 births (at the end of Kaliyug Bharat becomes kalaaheen (without any Kalaa or becomes powerless or becomes 0 celestial degrees). Then, that soul [Chaitanya (conscious) Bharat] again regains the power directly from the Sun of Knowledge and becomes 16 celestial degrees complete.New world wrote:Now if Bharat is the same soul of the Confluence Aged Narayan, then why is Bharat described as 16 celestial degree complete & why the Confluence Aged Narayan is believed to be Kalaa-atit?
But we say Kalaa-atit for the same Bharat (Sangamyugi Narayan) because once it becomes full 16 celestial degrees, its power remains constant till the Satyug starts again.But we cannot say this for Lakshmi-Narayan of Satyug because as already mentioned Satyug hain ghirti kalaa kaa yug (Satyug is yug of start of downfall of the soul). Satyugi Lakshmi Narayan become Lakshmi Narayan in Satyug which is the age of start of downfall of the soul but Sangamyugi Lakshmi Narayan become Lakshmi Narayan in Sangamyug which is not the age of downfall. Therefore, they can remain kalaa-atit in Sangamyug.
Now, as mentioned in the previous post a soul which can experience downfall is called to be 16 celestial degrees complete because brightness of the moon increases or decreases and not that of the Sun. So, as written above since Bharat also falls in all the four yug and comes up in the Sangamyug (like the brightness of the moon --falls and rises again), the Kalaa of Bharat (confluence aged Narayan) is then described as 16 celestial degrees complete because it also rises and falls and then rises again, i.e. since the kalaa changes we can measure the kalaa now (from 0 to 16 celestial degrees complete).
But we say kalaa-atit for the same Bharat (who attains the kalaa-atit state from the Sun of Knowledge) when we compare it to the satyugi Lakshmi-Narayan (who are 16 celestial degrees complete but are in the ghirti kalaa kaa yug). So, when we are talking about broad world drama,then definitely soul of Sangamyugi Narayan or Bharat also falls and rises and therefore we say Bharat becomes 16 celestial degrees complete from Kalaaheen. But when we compare the same soul of Bharat to the Satyugi Lakshmi Narayan then He is Kalaa-atit in comparison to them.
So, it is only for that temporary period of Sangamyug that Sangamyugi Lakshmi -Narayan remain Kalaa-atit. So, Kalaa-atit is said for that short part of the Sangamyug and 16 kalaa sampoorna (16 celestial degrees complete) is said in relation to the broad world drama.
Therefore, the Murli says that Bharat (Sangamyugi Narayan) becomes 16 celestial degrees complete. That means it was not 16 celestial degrees complete and therefore, there was a question of becoming one.
If instead the Murli says that Bharat becomes Kalaa-atit, then the question comes to how can the one who is beyond measurement (or one who never falls and rises because that is the definition of Kalaa-atit) can become Kalaa-atit. Does it sound good if we say the Sun gets its brightness back? The Sun is always bright. So, the Murli says that Bharat becomes 16 celestial degrees complete, i.e Bharat has to fall to rise again to 16 celestial degrees.