Dadi Janki – 31st October 2011 – Om Shanti Bhavan Question and Answer
Q.What are your experiences of seeing the flame of the Yagya in the early days? Shiv Baba created the Yagya through Brahma and we took birth through it. Shiv Baba’s thought was caught by Brahma Baba according to time. Shiv Baba came down according to the time. Brahma had visions of destruction and Vishnu… the Golden Aged world. From this vision, he created the sacrificial fire. Each one of us is sitting in the Yayga and eating the food of the Yagya and serving the Yagya. We never thought the Yagya would become this big. In the beginning such a fragrance came from this Yagya that we were automatically pulled to it. I remember seeing Baba eating kheer and puris. Everyone was sitting and they were looking at each other with great love. I cannot forget this scene. Internally you have a lot of time. You may be active physically but each one has a lot of time internally. Go deep into the depths of what is the awareness of One Baba. No other thoughts will come. If you have waste thoughts even for one minute your life is not such a good life. Who gave you permission for those thoughts? Stop those thoughts! Why is your mind so loose that you allow that? I am a Brahmin, not a warrior. I am not a merchant either – doing deals.
Baba, Yagya and Brahmins: tThere are these three things. Go into the depths of these three things. The face of Brahma is visible to those who are Brahmins. I need to remember Shiv Baba whilst keeping Brahma’s face in front of me. The number of Brahmins is increasing through the Yagya. The number of centres is increasing through the Yagya. Go into the depth of these things and you will experience the blissful stage because such thoughts will come from your mind into your chit and back again into your mind. If you wish to be blissful then you have to grind your own ingredients. Brahma Baba told us that if you don’t do this now, you never will. Remember the word ‘now’. If you forget what Baba has said you will end up wandering around. Your intellect won’t have a stable place. Remember what He says and grind your own ingredients and your intellect will be stable. You will then receive the touching of what to do and what not to do. To wait or not to wait. Baba’s remembrance places us in a safe place. When others come in my company they then also feel safe. Remain clean… clean out all rubbish and you will remain safe. Q. In Brahmin life all souls wish to be loved and appreciated. How can we let go of desires and yet still achieve Baba’s and the families love? We can never get love by desiring it.
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We were all born through Baba’s love. Yes, we heard knowledge but we were born through Baba’s love. Those who sit alert in amrit vela experience love as a power that runs their whole life. Those who become lazy don’t have this experience and they continue to desire love. If you stay on the bed then you cannot expect to experience Baba’s love. When you make this effort for yoga and give others company in making effort then you will always experience love. Yes, Baba gives love to a child who receives His teachings and uses them in life. If you lie and get angry you will not be able to experience Baba’s love. If you get caught up in lust, anger, greed and attachment then how can you experience Baba’s love? Baba gives the child the return of what the child does. In this way, yes, it is conditional love. At first Baba gives love but if you remain caught up in the body and bodily relations then you cannot continue to pull Baba’s love. You cannot experience the power of that love. I have to then also apply the Shrimat of the Satguru in my daily life and relationships. I have to keep value for that Shrimat. If you use Shrimat in your own practical life then you will be able to give love to others. If you keep seeing defects and mistakes then you will not be able to give love. You will not be able to look at people in a loving way.
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Some don’t realise the depth of Baba’s love. They do a little and become happy with receiving a little. If I receive Baba’s full love… then my life will run well because God Himself is loving me! I am staying in truth and thus I am drawing love from Baba. I have done the work of removing the rust on the soul and thus I am able to draw His love. If I allow rust on myself then I cannot experience that love. The fire of yoga cleans the soul and destroys negative karma. It makes the soul clean and elevated. If you have yoga with love then you will experience God’s love and that vibration will be created. Others will then experience that vibration. To respect others requires a true heart, a merciful heart and a generous heart. To give respect is to do true service. By giving respect you can make someone very happy. We don’t have a desire for name and fame but we need to have the intelligence to recognise others and respect them. It is not just a matter of thinking this but of doing it. If you have any desire for name, fame, regard etc. you will not get it on a deep level. Who can become worthy of praise and respect? One who draws that from people on a very deep level because of the way they are.
Baba gives us respect because he wants uplift us. He had very elevated vision for us. Go into the depths of why you wish for respect, what true respect is and what type of soul will win true respect. In fact, this is incognito effort. You may not win true respect through external things. The greatest thing is to be free from the desire for respect because that pulls you down. If you allow others to pull you down, you will then try to pull others down. Once someone has been pulled down it is very difficult to pull them up because of the feeling of insult they have internally. This is why we need to be free from the desire for being appreciated. Work for an incorporeal stage, free from arrogance, free from any desire. There is a lot of effort involved but this brings a very good fruit. What we have to do now is to maintain elevated thoughts. Not that we create them sometimes and have waste the rest of the time. No, it is time to stabilise the self in elevated thoughts. When you remain in elevated thoughts then you may only exchange drishti with someone for a second but it will be a beautiful experience. This is what the souls in the Rosary of 108 will do. Don’t make anything long and complicated – just say, ‘It’s ok.. it doesn’t matter’ and finish it. If you want to be in the 8 you can still do it! Think of how someone in the Rosary of 8 would be!
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