Central to the
Brahma Kumaris practice is the teaching of all their core
beliefs in 7 one, or one and a half hour, long lessons
traditionally called "The 7 Day Course". Once these 7
lessons are understood, students were then introduced to
unpublished scriptures considered to be the direct teachings
of God called "Murlis", named after the flute that the Hindu
God Krishna is generally illustrated holding. These comprise
of the core philosophy of their religion and are known as "
Gyan " or "The Knowledge".
The use of the
word "Knowledge" is specific to these beliefs and absolute
faith in this knowledge is seen as central to the liberation
of the soul.
lessons learnt during the course are:
The Supreme Soul
3. The Law
Tree of Religions
Founder Brahma Baba
7. Brahma Kumaris'
Lifestyle and Principles