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Title: Part 19 - Aliens, UFOs and
Parallel Universes - The Aliens Ganesha & Skanda (1)
(involves a discussion mainly on Ganesha)
Since the roles of Ganesha and Skanda are Confluence Aged roles, they are like aliens to the ordinary world. So, when we use them, we are aliens in this old ordinary world.
If a Confluence Aged soul was only
interested in his own stage and on making effort to maintain the link to God by
remembering God and God's messages, that soul may be using the subtle deity
role of Ganesha. For this soul, God will be his world and all his attention
will be turned onto what God has said so as to stay linked to God. Through
doing this, this soul will receive a huge benefit as the “fruit of his
spiritual effort-making”. In memory of this, in the Hindu scripture stories,
Ganesha is said to have walked around his Parents so as to get the fruit from
Shiva. God will be the Father and Mother to all those who use the subtle role
of Ganesha in the Confluence Age.
In the Hindu scripture story, Ganesha receives the fruit and he eats it later. This represents the soul eating the “fruit of his spiritual effort-making”, later, in his births in the new divine world. Ganesha represents those souls who are making effort so as to enjoy the benefits of their spiritual effort-making in the new divine world. Their intense effort-making will also enable them to take their first birth earlier in Satyug and it will also enable them to have very good roles or births in the new world. They will also be able to enjoy a lot of happiness in the new world because they have made God their world, during the Confluence Age. All these great benefits which they receive is the “fruit of their spiritual effort-making”. But the best “fruit of their spiritual effort-making” is the ability to remain in the soul-conscious stage constantly during their births in the divine world. They can naturally enjoy this divine and constant soul-conscious state for all their births, during the following 2500 years, in the first half of the cycle. This is truly a great benefit and a great “fruit” to receive because one would not be experiencing the vices for 2500 years, since the vices cannot exist when one is in the divine soul-conscious state.
Since those who use the role of Ganesha
are intensively making effort so as to receive the “fruit” from God now through
staying in remembrance of God, they will be those who will be ready for world
transformation. They will not be interested in walking into the new world so as
to enjoy a life, in the heavenly world, in this birth itself. Their spiritual
effort-making is for future enjoyment, through taking births in the new divine
world. This is one of the reasons why the founder of the Brahma Kumaris, was
said to be Ganesha in God's messages in the Brahma Kumaris.
All the members of the Brahma Kumaris are being trained to become like Ganesha because the Brahma Kumaris are involved with training the 900,000 most powerful souls so that they can be ready for world transformation. The Brahma Kumaris was founded so as to get the 900,000 most powerful souls ready for world transformation. Thus, they give emphasis to only Ganesha's role.
Ganesha is a role used by all
Confluence Aged souls from the beginning of the Confluence Age. God began to
use the founder of the Brahma Kumaris to begin the auspicious Confluence Age.
It is in memory of this that something (which represents Ganesha) is put at the
beginning of all religious prayer ceremonies. It is also because of this that
Hindus say that one has to worship and invoke Ganesha, first, so as to become
successful in whatever one is undertaking. This believe also emerged from what
the ancient people were doing when they tried to re-create their divine world.
They gave importance to the role of Ganesha, and did worship, so that God will
enable them to use the role of Ganesha again. Using the role of Ganesha meant
that the auspicious Confluence Age has come into existence again and through
this, the divine world can get re-created.
The role of Ganesha has to be used, by all those who have just taken a new spiritual birth, so that they can easily go beyond into the divine soul-conscious stage (through listening to and contemplating on the Confluence Aged spiritual knowledge). This was also a reason why the ancient people had created a story where Ganesha is the first-born child of Shiva with Shiva cutting off Ganesha's head and replacing it with an elephant head. Actually, God Shiva had first removed Brahma Baba old head (or birth role) so that he can be used for giving the sakar murlis. It is only after that, that all the others (who received the Confluence Aged knowledge) were given a new birth or new head. The cutting of Ganesha's head and replacing it with an elephant's head represents the new spiritual birth which we take for contemplating on the Confluence Aged spiritual knowledge. The elephant has a good and long memory. It is said that an elephant never forgets. So the ancient people associated the new Confluence Aged spiritual birth to the elephant's head because when we use our Confluence Aged spiritual birth, we will never forget God and the knowledge which He has given us. Through remembering God and the knowledge which He has given us, we remain linked to God; and God becomes our world. All those who play the role of Ganesha will remember God and the Confluence Aged spiritual knowledge, which God has given, for as long as they can so that they can remain linked to God constantly during the Confluence Age. They will never forget God and the knowledge which He has given.
The Brahma Kumaris only want their
members to become like Ganesha because they want their members to make a lot of
effort so that they can be ready for world transformation. A soul who is
learning to meditate would also find it very easy to go within when he just
concentrates on only himself and God. So the Brahma Kumaris have to give
greater importance to the role of Ganesha because of this too.
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