Hence his memorial is formed in the form of a crescent on the head of Shankar.
Memorial of Brahma (also Vishnu and Shankar) is the greatest one - as Subtle Region residents
. Lokik people also believe Brahma is Subtle Region resident. Neither Murli points, nor lokik people, believe that crescent on head of Shankar is the memorial of Brahma.
SM 8-11-76(2):- Sookshmvatan may jo Brahma dikhaate hain, vah toh paavan hai. Sookshmvatan may Prajapita toh ho nahin saktaa. Baap samjhaate hain yah vyakt hai, yah jhaad may bhi pichaadi may khadaa hai. Yahaan bachchon sahit Yoga may baithay hain pavitr faristaa ban_ne liye. TOH SOOKSHMVATAN MAY BHI DIKHAANAA PADEY. YAHAAN BHI PRAJAPITA Brahma ZAROOR CHAAHIYE. Vah Avyakt, yah vyakt. Tum bhi faristaa ban_ne liye aaye ho na. Ismey hee manushy moonjhte hain. Kyonki yah hai bilkul nayaa gyaan. -11- [Prajapita, BHI]
= Brahma shown in Subtle Region is pure (symbolic, representative form). Prajapita cannot be in Subtle Region (when BB-Lekhraj Kirpalani plays his role in a corporeal body in this corporeal world, as an effort-maker).
Father explains - this one (Lekhraj Kirpalani) is vyakt (corporeal). This one is standing at the end/bottom in the (picture of) the Tree. He is seated with the children doing Yoga (effort-maker) to become an angel/farishta. So (Lekhraj Kirpalani in his FINAL subtle form) should also be shown in Subtle Region
. Here also PPB is definitely required
. This is vyakt (effort-maker Lekhraj Kirpalani, in corporeal form). That is Avyakt (symbolic, representative, COMPLETE form). You also have come to become an angel/farishta
, is it not? In this point only people get confused. Because this is totally new knowledge.
Howevermuch service he may do through the subtle body, but the memorials are made only about the actions performed through the corporeal body in the Confluence Age.
Of course, BB-Lekhraj Kirpalani had done even that also, and had completed that by 1969, which no one had been able to do so far. Murli points clearly say so.
But once Dada Lekhraj left his body, he no longer is eligible to hold that title.
In one way, YES. Now, he is Adi Dev (superform of Prajapita). The word Prajapita is impure (effort-maker stage), Adi Dev is pure (complete stage).
Suppose a person is studying 10th std(Raja Yoga), he will be called as 10th class pass (Prajapita). When he completes it and moves to Graduation, no one will call him as 10th class pass (Prajapita). People will call him as doctor, engineer, etc', (Adi Dev) and not as 10th pass (Prajapita). It would be an insult to call a doctor(Adi Dev) as 10th pass (Prajapita), even though he had definitely passed 10th std.
Avyakt Murli points clearly say B baba had passed, and has become karmateet.
That is why I think in Avyakt Murlis, the world Prajapita is not stressed much. Adi Dev Brahma is stressed more. Not sure, yet to churn more on the subject.