Is ShivBaba not able to call a spade a spade and mean it? Anything can be interpreted from Murli, why not listen to what is actually said, instead of twisting for different, far fetched interpretations.suryavanshi wrote:As already discussed in detail in previous posts, the remembrance of Shiv in gross Paramdham or remembrance of gross Paramdham itself is not practical and complete inheritance is not acheived by that kind of remembrance. The correct interpretation of the Murli does not call for this kind of remembrance as discussed so far. It is only due to misinterpretation.
It is said in Murli, 'I am the solicitor of solicitors, I come to make this all easy for you'. I have posted points of Murli, where ShivBaba is saying to remember the home, yet a PBK will say no, that 'home' is the Chariot, yet when it pleases them, home is gross Paramdham.
None of the Murli points you quoted had any mention of Ram speaking, the only one that mentioned Ram, was advice not to remember Ram, nothing about Ram speaking, and that looks like it is just added and not part of the Murli point."Where was this Shrimat given? I have never seen in any Murli, that whatever is spoken by Ram is the responsibility of the supreme Father." There are Murli points which indicate this.
Who added this, it is not in the quote?Ek baap doosra na koi (one Father none other) ... i.e.you children have to remember me alone because even these Ram and Krishna are human souls who degrade to a lower stage after many births.
Again I ask, What is new?"In Advanced Knowledge what is new? "
By that I meant Virendra Dev Dixit picks up the Murli to interprete, just like human gurus do, yet it is said for ShivBaba, he never picks up any scriptures or books to read.how it fits in with the old scriptures and how it all circles around Veerendra Dev Dixit and Shiva. In Murli Shiva says 'I never pick up any scriptures to read, it is the human gurus who do that'. I have not understood properly what you say in the last paragraph of your post.