Guidelines to become a Brahma Kumari or Kumar and take inheritance from the GOD father Shiv
How to join Brahma Kumaris (Yagya). Complete guide sustained by Shiv baba's murli. Elevated guide lines given by the elevated (shresth), the most beloved Almighty Supreme Soul Shiv baba (spiritual father) to take the inheritance (varsa) from him, of heaven (golden age) by becoming pure and learning the supreme knowledge of RajYog or Raja Yoga meditation through which one becomes master of the self. ''I have come and became your friend and a true guide'' - Shiv baba (Murli,1969)
Step 1: Take the 7 days course
The 7 day Raja Yog course is the foundation of all Spiritual journey. And this will be considers as the first step in becoming a BK. You can take this course at any nearest BK centre or even while staying at Home (via our Online Course section).
Raja Yoga course explains the basic points of Murli (Soul, God, Drama, Yog)
Step 2: Murli and vow of Purity
When you have cleared the first stage (course), then you will also understand what is murli. It is said that milk of a lioness only stays in a golden bowl (meaning: knowledge only stays in a pure intellect). So now, one must follow the first advice of God, which is to 'remain pure'. Consider the world as one family. We all are brothers and sisters.
Now you are ready to taste the eternal nectar.
We daily listen to Shiv baba's gyan Murli. This is food for the soul. Soul needs the food of knowledge. When one churns this knowledge, it becomes wisdom.
Step 3: Surrender your Intellect
Many ask us: 'How can I join and be one among you', otherwise say, how can i surrender in yagya. So it is important to know that surrender doesn't mean, to live at a centre. In fact it is Baba's Shrimat that you should remain pure and do spiritual effort (purusharth) while living at your homes (with loukik family).
''I will listen only you, I will walk, eat, sit and sleep only in your remembrance' - this is the promise you children have made to me'' - Shiv baba (Murli 1967)
Surrender your mind to God. This means, to follow his given advice (Shrimat). What is Shrimat? - Shrimat is the Murli which we daily listen. Murli will be divided into 4 subjects (knowledge, yog, dharna, service) out of which the third subject (dharna) is considered as the advice of God i.e.: how one shall inculcate the spiritual values and virtues in practical life and remove the five vices and other weaknesses.
The one who follows the advice, as in Murli, is the one whom we call - a surrendered Soul. This is called as surrender of mind. Know about such souls on our Biography page.