Introduction

The Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University (BKWSU) refuse public access to the channelled messages from God, called ‘Murlis’ or ‘Vanis’, that make up their core teachings. Instead these are kept hidden behind obscure, password-protected and encypted websites. Recently not just non-BKs but often loyal followers are often refused offsite access to them. Emailing Murlis to associates is discouraged.

Until a set of complete versions can be documented, here are presented summarized versions of what the BKWSU now calls “Avyakt Murlis”. ‘Avyakt’ means angelic and ‘murli’ means flute, as in the ‘flute of Krishna’. These channelled messages are speeches given by “Avyakt BapDada” to the “students” of the BKWSU at its headquarters in Mount Abu, Rajasthan. Further notes as to how and why these have been summarized can be found here and it is hoped that this collection will be added to and completed shortly.



Sakar and Avyakt Murlis

Originally, and perhaps more accurately, called “Avyakt Vanis” or ‘angelic versions’ these are considered to be God’s actual words, and not just Godly inspired. Some dispute amongst BKs exists as to whether these are the words of God, the channelled entity known as Shiva by the BKWSU, or merely the words of their deceased founder who is now believed to be perfect and the highest angel.

Prior to his death, it is believed that God Shiva spoke directly through the medium of Lekhraj Kripalani and the messages were called “Sakar Murlis”. Copies of a growing number of these original messages, different in nature and content are; here, for comparison.

Who is Avyakt BapDada?

“Avyakt BapDada” is the name given to what the BKWSU believed is the combined form of their deceased founder, Lehkraj Kirpalani, or “Brahma Baba” as they now call him, and the spiritual entity that he named as “Shiva”, claimed to be the ‘Supreme Soul’ or “God”. “Bap and Dada” equating to the Father of the BKWSU and the God Father. Whereas Kirpalani was the original medium for spiritual entity called Shiva, he (or they) speak since 1969 via trance channelling through the physical body (“chariot”) of a senior sister, and primary trance medium of the BKWSU, called Hirday Mohini or “Dadi Gulzar”, as happening pictured above.

BK Beliefs

Finally, in order to understand these writings, some background on the beliefs of the BKWSU will be helpful. It is not necessary to accept all these beliefs to find benefit in the teachings.

Key BKWSU beliefs include:

    • we are not bodies but divine eternal souls who take on a series of bodies temporarily, i.e. reincarnation.
    • there is divine justice through the universal law of karma.
    • God has come to give the BKs (“students” or members of the BKWSU) divine instructions (Shrimat) through their founder Lekhraj Kirpalani, a.k.a. “Brahma Baba”.
    • time repeats in a 5000 year cycle or kalpa.
    • all religions of the world are branches of the world tree of which the Hindu culture, rooted in the original deity religion, is the trunk. The BKs are the roots and God a.k.a. Shiva is the seed.
    • we are now at the end of a cycle, i.e. the end of the Iron Age. The world will shortly go through a process of physical destruction through natural and man made catastrophe, including Nuclear War between Russia and America, in which most of the human race will die (leave their bodies). Following which the planet will be transformed into a fresh new perfect world, the start of the Golden Age of the next cycle. A heaven on earth. This new Cycle then repeats downwards through Golden, Silver, Copper and Iron Ages, as humanity become increasingly mired in material things and loses sight of its original spirituality and inherent virtue. The BKs believe we are now living in “hell on earth”.
    • the merging of the old Iron Age into the next Golden Age is a short period called the Confluence Age or Diamond Age. At this time (i.e. now) there is an acceleration of spirituality through certain souls (BKs only) to bring about the purification and cleansing of the world which is required to transform the old decadent hellish Iron Aged world into the new heavenly Golden Aged world.
    • at the end of each cycle (i.e. very soon) all outstanding karmic debts are settled by Dharamraj (“the King of Righteousness”), in other words Judgement Day. Each soul is thus purified and returns to the soul world (a.k.a Paramdham), awaiting their first rebirth in the next cycle.
    • only BKs will incarnate at the start of the new cycle (i.e. Golden Ageed heaven on earth, i.e. paradise). All other souls take their first births later on in the cycle. The religious founder such as Christ and Mohammed been excluded from heavenly experience.
    • the role of BKs now is to reveal God and God’s teachings to the world and thus prepare the rest of humanity spiritually for the coming Destruction/transformation.
    • every BK has to surrender to God Shiva. Through study and “churning” of BK knowledge, yoga with Shiva (BK Raja Yoga meditation – taught by the BKWSU), inculcation of virtues and by serving others they will become angelic and God-like (and thus fit to reincarnate in the coming paradise). The BKs aim to become, in this life, so perfect that they do not suffer any purgatory at Dharamraj.

Trance Mediumship
Mediumship is practised in a number of forms by the BKWSU. As understood, the process of trance mediumship happens in the following manner;

    • a date is set in advance and the spirit or spirits depending on one’s belief is called.
    • the medium BK Gulzar is prepared, bathed and dressed in new clothes.
    • many thousands of BK assemble and the medium is lead onto a throne, or guddhi, on the stage.
    • the medium goes into trance and says she loses consciousness entirely and leaves her body to be suspended without hearing or sensing the channelling.
    • the channelled spirit enters her body with a jerk, the features of her face, voice and movements change.
    • the Avyakt message is spoken and groups of BKs met and given encouragement.
    • the spirit is sometimes fed.
    • after speaking the spirit, or spirits, leave with another jerk and the medium returns to her own body and full consciousness but not knowing anything of the time that passed.

Whilst speaking, the messages are broadcast via securely encrypted audio-video channels to BK centers, recorded, transcripted and translated. They are then distributed to BKWSU centers world-wide. “God” speaks a middle class Hindi with a few English words.

At other times, BKWSU trance mediums will allegedly leave their bodies to spiritual travel to the “Angelic” or “Subtle Regions” to meet with the deceased Lekhraj Kripalani and take instructions over service plans or be generally inspired. Trance messaging used to be a widespread practise and each Thursday morning the local center-in-charge would go into trance to receive a vision whilst offering food to Shiva in an simple ritual. Mostly, this practise has been stoped due to, it is understood, problems arising from individuals adding their own interpretations. In the early history of the BKWSU, trance messengers called ‘sandeshputris’ were used widely to establish and clarify elements of the knowledge and God Shiva spoke through a number of different individual including, it is said Lekhraj Kripalanis partner Sevak Ram.

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1969

Avyakt BapDada 21st January 1969
Avyakt BapDada 24th January 1969
Avyakt BapDada 25th January 1969
Avyakt BapDada 2nd February 1969
Avyakt BapDada 6th February 1969
Avyakt BapDada 15th February 1969
Avyakt BapDada 2nd March 1969
Avyakt BapDada 4th March 1969
Avyakt BapDada 13th March 1969
Avyakt BapDada 17th April 1969
Avyakt BapDada 19th April 1969
Avyakt BapDada 24th April 1969
Avyakt BapDada 8th May 1969
Avyakt BapDada 17th May 1969
Avyakt BapDada 18th May 1969
Avyakt BapDada 26th May 1969
Avyakt BapDada 16th June 1969
Avyakt BapDada 19th June 1969
Avyakt BapDada 26th June 1969
Avyakt BapDada 6th July 1969
Avyakt BapDada 16th July 1969
Avyakt BapDada 17th July 1969
Avyakt BapDada 19th July 1969
Avyakt BapDada 23rd July 1969
Avyakt BapDada 24th July 1969
Avyakt BapDada 27th August 1969
Avyakt BapDada 15th September 1969
Avyakt BapDada 18th September 1969
Avyakt BapDada 28th September 1969
Avyakt BapDada 3rd October 1969
Avyakt BapDada 16th October 1969
Avyakt BapDada 20th October 1969
Avyakt BapDada 25th October 1969
Avyakt BapDada 9th November 1969
Avyakt BapDada 13th November 1969
Avyakt BapDada 17th November 1969
Avyakt BapDada 28th November 1969
Avyakt BapDada 6th December 1969
Avyakt BapDada 20th December 1969

1970

Avyakt BapDada 18th January 1970
Avyakt BapDada 22nd January 1970
Avyakt BapDada 23rd January 1970
Avyakt BapDada 26th January 1970
Avyakt BapDada 13th February 1970
Avyakt BapDada 5th March 1970
Avyakt BapDada 23rd March 1970
Avyakt BapDada 2nd April 1970
Avyakt BapDada 5th April 1970
Avyakt BapDada 14th May 1970
Avyakt BapDada 21st May 1970
Avyakt BapDada 28th May 1970
Avyakt BapDada 29th May 1970
Avyakt BapDada 11th June 1970
Avyakt BapDada 19th June 1970
Avyakt BapDada 2nd July 1970
Avyakt BapDada 11th July 1970
Avyakt BapDada 24th July 1970
Avyakt BapDada 27th July 1970
Avyakt BapDada 30th July 1970
Avyakt BapDada 6th August 1970
Avyakt BapDada 17th October 1970
Avyakt BapDada 22nd October 1970
Avyakt BapDada 23rd October 1970
Avyakt BapDada 25th October 1970
Avyakt BapDada 29th October 1970
Avyakt BapDada 5th November 1970
Avyakt BapDada 3rd December 1970
Avyakt BapDada 9th December 1970

1979

Avyakt BapDada 12th November 1979
Avyakt BapDada 14th November 1979
Avyakt BapDada 19th November 1979
Avyakt BapDada 23rd November 1979
Avyakt BapDada 26th November 1979
Avyakt BapDada 28th November 1979
Avyakt BapDada 30th November 1979
Avyakt BapDada 3rd December 1979
Avyakt BapDada 5th December 1979
Avyakt BapDada 10th December 1979
Avyakt BapDada 12th December 1979
Avyakt BapDada 15th December 1979
Avyakt BapDada 17th December 1979
Avyakt BapDada 19th December 1979
Avyakt BapDada 24th December 1979
Avyakt BapDada 26th December 1979
Avyakt BapDada 31st December 1979

1980

Avyakt BapDada 2nd January 1980
Avyakt BapDada 4th January 1980
Avyakt BapDada 7th January 1980
Avyakt BapDada 9th January 1980
Avyakt BapDada 14th January 1980
Avyakt BapDada 16th January 1980
Avyakt BapDada 18th January 1980
Avyakt BapDada 21st January 1980
Avyakt BapDada 23rd January 1980
Avyakt BapDada 25th January 1980
Avyakt BapDada 28th January 1980
Avyakt BapDada 30th January 1980
Avyakt BapDada 1st February 1980
Avyakt BapDada 4th February 1980
Avyakt BapDada 6th February 1980
Avyakt BapDada 7th February 1980

1984

Avyakt BapDada 19th November 1984
Avyakt BapDada 21st November 1984
Avyakt BapDada 26th November 1984
Avyakt BapDada 28th November 1984
Avyakt BapDada 5th December 1984
Avyakt BapDada 10th December 1984
Avyakt BapDada 12th December 1984
Avyakt BapDada 17th December 1984
Avyakt BapDada 19th December 1984
Avyakt BapDada 24th December 1984
Avyakt BapDada 26th December 1984
Avyakt BapDada 31st December 1984

1985

Avyakt BapDada 2nd January 1985
Avyakt BapDada 7th January 1985
Avyakt BapDada 9th January 1985
Avyakt BapDada 14th January 1985
Avyakt BapDada 16th January 1985
Avyakt BapDada 18th January 1985
Avyakt BapDada 21st January 1985
Avyakt BapDada 23rd January 1985
Avyakt BapDada 28th January 1985
Avyakt BapDada 30th January 1985
Avyakt BapDada 3rd February 1985
Avyakt BapDada 16th February 1985
Avyakt BapDada 18th February 1985
Avyakt BapDada 21st February 1985
Avyakt BapDada 24th February 1985
Avyakt BapDada 27th February 1985
Avyakt BapDada 6th March 1985
Avyakt BapDada 9th March 1985
Avyakt BapDada 12th March 1985
Avyakt BapDada 15th March 1985
Avyakt BapDada 18th March 1985
Avyakt BapDada 21st March 1985
Avyakt BapDada 24th March 1985
Avyakt BapDada 27th March 1985
Avyakt BapDada 30th March 1985
Avyakt BapDada 2nd September 1985
Avyakt BapDada 11th November 1985
Avyakt BapDada 13th November 1985
Avyakt BapDada 20th November 1985
Avyakt BapDada 25th November 1985
Avyakt BapDada 27th November 1985
Avyakt BapDada 2nd December 1985
Avyakt BapDada 4th December 1985
Avyakt BapDada 9th December 1985
Avyakt BapDada 11th December 1985
Avyakt BapDada 14th December 1985
Avyakt BapDada 16th December 1985
Avyakt BapDada 19th December 1985
Avyakt BapDada 23rd December 1985
Avyakt BapDada 25th December 1985
Avyakt BapDada 30th December 1985

1986

Avyakt BapDada 1st January 1986
Avyakt BapDada 6th January 1986
Avyakt BapDada 8th January 1986
Avyakt BapDada 13th January 1986
Avyakt BapDada 15th January 1986
Avyakt BapDada 18th January 1986
Avyakt BapDada 20th January 1986
Avyakt BapDada 22nd January 1986
Avyakt BapDada 16th February 1986
Avyakt BapDada 18th February 1986
Avyakt BapDada 20th February 1986
Avyakt BapDada 22nd February 1986
Avyakt BapDada 25th February 1986
Avyakt BapDada 27th February 1986
Avyakt BapDada 1st March 1986
Avyakt BapDada 4th March 1986
Avyakt BapDada 7th March 1986
Avyakt BapDada 10th March 1986
Avyakt BapDada 13th March 1986
Avyakt BapDada 16th March 1986
Avyakt BapDada 19th March 1986
Avyakt BapDada 22nd March 1986
Avyakt BapDada 25th March 1986
Avyakt BapDada 27th March 1986
Avyakt BapDada 29th March 1986
Avyakt BapDada 31st March 1986
Avyakt BapDada 7th April 1986
Avyakt BapDada 9th April 1986

1987

Avyakt BapDada 1st Ocotober 1987
Avyakt BapDada 5th Ocotober 1987
Avyakt BapDada 9th Ocotober 1987
Avyakt BapDada 14th Ocotober 1987
Avyakt BapDada 21st Ocotober 1987
Avyakt BapDada 25th Ocotober 1987
Avyakt BapDada 29th Ocotober 1987
Avyakt BapDada 2nd November 1987
Avyakt BapDada 6th November 1987
Avyakt BapDada 10th November 1987
Avyakt BapDada 14th November 1987
Avyakt BapDada 18th November 1987
Avyakt BapDada 22nd November 1987
Avyakt BapDada 27th November 1987
Avyakt BapDada 6th December 1987
Avyakt BapDada 10th December 1987
Avyakt BapDada 14th December 1987
Avyakt BapDada 18th December 1987
Avyakt BapDada 23rd December 1987
Avyakt BapDada 27th December 1987
Avyakt BapDada 31st December 1987

1988

Avyakt BapDada 6th January 1988
Avyakt BapDada 10th January 1988
Avyakt BapDada 14th January 1988
Avyakt BapDada 17th January 1988
Avyakt BapDada 18th January 1988
Avyakt BapDada 22nd January 1988
Avyakt BapDada 26th January 1988
Avyakt BapDada 30th January 1988
Avyakt BapDada 3rd February 1988
Avyakt BapDada 16th February 1988
Avyakt BapDada 20th February 1988
Avyakt BapDada 24th February 1988
Avyakt BapDada 28th February 1988
Avyakt BapDada 3rd March 1988
Avyakt BapDada 7th March 1988
Avyakt BapDada 12th March 1988
Avyakt BapDada 15th March 1988
Avyakt BapDada 19th March 1988
Avyakt BapDada 27th March 1988
Avyakt BapDada 23rd March 1988

1989

Avyakt BapDada 7th November 1989
Avyakt BapDada 11th November 1989
Avyakt BapDada 15th November 1989
Avyakt BapDada 19th November 1989
Avyakt BapDada 23rd November 1989
Avyakt BapDada 27th November 1989
Avyakt BapDada 1st December 1989
Avyakt BapDada 5th December 1989
Avyakt BapDada 9th December 1989
Avyakt BapDada 13th December 1989
Avyakt BapDada 17th December 1989
Avyakt BapDada 21st December 1989
Avyakt BapDada 25th December 1989
Avyakt BapDada 29th December 1989
Avyakt BapDada 31st December 1989

1990

Avyakt BapDada 2nd January 1990
Avyakt BapDada 6th January 1990
Avyakt BapDada 10th January 1990
Avyakt BapDada 14th January 1990
Avyakt BapDada 18th January 1990
Avyakt BapDada 22nd January 1990
Avyakt BapDada 22nd February 1990
Avyakt BapDada 1st March 1990
Avyakt BapDada 7th March 1990
Avyakt BapDada 13th March 1990
Avyakt BapDada 19th March 1990
Avyakt BapDada 25th March 1990

1992

Avyakt BapDada 18th January 1992
Avyakt BapDada 13th February 1992
Avyakt BapDada 1st March 1992
Avyakt BapDada 16th March 1992
Avyakt BapDada 1st April 1992
Avyakt BapDada 8th April 1992
Avyakt BapDada 24th September 1992
Avyakt BapDada 3rd October 1992
Avyakt BapDada 13th October 1992
Avyakt BapDada 3rd November 1992
Avyakt BapDada 12th November 1992
Avyakt BapDada 21st November 1992
Avyakt BapDada 30th November 1992
Avyakt BapDada 10th December 1992
Avyakt BapDada 20th December 1992
Avyakt BapDada 31st December 1992

1993

Avyakt BapDada 18th January 1993
Avyakt BapDada 18th February 1993
Avyakt BapDada 7th March 1993

1994

Avyakt BapDada 17th November 1994
Avyakt BapDada 26th November 1994
Avyakt BapDada 5th December 1994
Avyakt BapDada 14th December 1994
Avyakt BapDada 23rd December 1994
Avyakt BapDada 31st December 1994

1995

Avyakt BapDada 9th January 1995
Avyakt BapDada 18th January 1995
Avyakt BapDada 19th January 1995
Avyakt BapDada 26th January 1995
Avyakt BapDada 26th February 1995
Avyakt BapDada 7th March 1995
Avyakt BapDada 16th March 1995
Avyakt BapDada 25th March 1995
Avyakt BapDada 31st March 1995
Avyakt BapDada 7th November 1995
Avyakt BapDada 16th November 1995
Avyakt BapDada 25th November 1995
Avyakt BapDada 4th December 1995
Avyakt BapDada 13th December 1995
Avyakt BapDada 22nd December 1995
Avyakt BapDada 31st December 1995

1996

Avyakt BapDada 18th January 1996
Avyakt BapDada 16th February 1996
Avyakt BapDada 27th February 1996
Avyakt BapDada 10th March 1996
Avyakt BapDada 22nd March 1996
Avyakt BapDada 1st September 1996

1998

Avyakt BapDada 21st November 1998
Avyakt BapDada 12th December 1998
Avyakt BapDada 31st December 1998

1999

Avyakt BapDada 18th January 1999
Avyakt BapDada 13th February 1999
Avyakt BapDada 1st March 1999
Avyakt BapDada 15th March 1999

2004

Avyakt BapDada – 15th October 2005
Avyakt BapDada – 2nd November 2004
Avyakt BapDada – 30 November 2004
Avyakt BapDada – 15th December 2004
Avyakt BapDada – 31th December 2004

2005

Avyakt BapDada 22nd September 2005
Avyakt BapDada 21st October 2005
Avyakt BapDada 15th November 2005
Avyakt BapDada 30th November 2005
Avyakt BapDada 15th December 2005
Avyakt BapDada 31st December 2005

2006

Avyakt BapDada 18th January 2006
Avyakt BapDada 3rd February 2006

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Summarization

BKWSU and Copyright

The BKWSU has latterly claimed the copyright of the original Avyakt Murli messages but at the same time also claims they are the direct words of God through Lehkraj Kripalani’s psychic faculties. In this process, the Lehkraj Kripalani, or his spirit, is said to act merely as the mouthpiece and a BK sister called “Gulzar” as the trance medium channeller. Many people believe that as such these messages belong to all of God’s children, which means all of humanity.

At present, originals copies of these messages are made available only to ” advanced students” of the so-called “spiritual university”, and are kept secret from the general public behind the password protection and encryption on obscure private websites. Individuals are generally only able to hear the Murlis after passing introductory courses and even within the BKWSU, only allowed to access them for reading afterwards with special permission from their senior sister and/or in dedicated places with their centers.

These summaries, taken from original copies and not personal notes, are now being available in the public domain under the principles of Copyleft, as the original editor personally found the words of Avyakt BapDada to be powerful spiritual teachings. For 5 years a “student” at the BKWSU, he was privileged to attend the live channelling of these messages at three of the events. His experiences inclined him to accept that these trance channellings are genuine, divinely inspired and that the teachings were an inspiration to him.

Summarization

These summaries are based on transcripts of the original Avyakt Bapdada speeches which he was able to obtain whilst a “student”. We give thanks to those members of the BKWSU who helped him to obtain the original copies. The originals were spoken in Hindi with some usage of English terms. These edits are based on the BKWSU English translations and as such, are subject to any deficiencies in the BKWSU transcriptions and translation of the original speeches. The dates given are in every case the date of the original speech. It should be noted that, controversially, the BKWSU also makes its own edits, or “revisions” of these messages to sustain the credibility of the teachings where predictions apparently fail.

BapDada says: “Do not waste your time in the wasteful. Time is of the greatest value: if not now then never … When someone relates something very long to you, make it short. Leave aside the wasteful. Teach them how to make it short. This is pure service, and having mercy.” The editor has applied this to BapDada’s own speeches, condensing the long-winded and repetitive messages down to a fraction of their original size while, hopefully, retaining the essence of the teachings. There is still much repetition. This is the way BapDada teaches, repeating the essential points almost like a mantra or affirmation but in a variety of ways so as to stimulate the mind into absorbing the message. The original speeches were given to live audiences, often became conversational and, in his opinion, rambled somewhat.

The editor has also removed the great bulk of instructions for the day to day administration of the BKWSU and the “rallying of the troops” speeches to groups of BKs from different locations while retaining some elements of them, so as not to lose completely the original flavour of these speeches. But once again the focus is on “leaving aside the wasteful” and “making it short”.

Whilst some sentences and short passages may be identical to the original BKWSU English translations, most of the content of these summaries has been altered in some way from the original, whether to condense, simplify, improve readability and flow. Or in some cases in an attempt to make sense out of obscurity. These writings should not therefore be treated as authoritative statements of Avyakt BapDada or as official teachings of the BKWSU. They are summarized.

Readers who wish to access the original documents on which these summaries are based, and those who wish to pursue these teachings further, are advised to contact the BKWSU until the day comes when it decides to release them all into the public domain.

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