Jyoti Bindu – The Point of Light

Baba says: I am a star.

He is very shining. He has the form of a point.

The Father says: You souls are neither thumb-shaped nor infinite light. You are stars, just like points. I, the soul, am also a point.

Baba says: My accurate form is a point. This is why great effort has to be made to remember Me as I am and what I am. They simply say that the Supreme Soul is the brahm element and we say He is an absolutely tiny point. There is the difference of day and night. The brahm element is where souls reside. They call that the Supreme Soul.

Brahm is the great element of light where the souls reside. Baba also resides there. He is a point. If someone were to have a vision of a point, he would not be able to understand anything. Baba explains: You cannot worship a point. So how would you build a temple to Him? A point is not even visible.

Just as you are a soul, so the Father too is just a point. He is no larger or smaller.

Children, you know that, just as you are souls, so to He is the supreme soul. There is no difference between His image and yours. The features of all bodies are different, but all souls are alike. As are souls so is the Supreme Soul. Children you know that the Father resides in Paramsdam. We souls also in Paramdham. There is no difference between the Father’s soul and us soul. He is a point and we too are points.

Only I am called the Ocean of Knowledge. The whole knowledge is merged in Myself, the point.

The Supreme Father, the Supreme Soul, who is the Ocean of Knowledge, is not visible… The soul can be understood, but cannot be seen.  The Father who cannot be seen is teaching you.

To know the Father accurately and to remember Him is a great difficulty. Children may say that is easy, but the method to keep in the intellect is: know Me as I am and constantly remember Me, the Father! I, the soul, am very tiny. My Baba, the point, is also tiny.

Shiv Baba is so tiny and yet they have made such a big symbol of Him.

BapDada only sees the shining stars in the centre of the foreheads.

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1 Response to Jyoti Bindu – The Point of Light

  1. Crissy says:

    Me and this article, stiting in a tree, L-E-A-R-N-I-N-G!

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