"God’s Dear Ones,
Before I take to the exposition of the views of my Order on topics included in the Agenda, let us all first establish ourselves in perfect silence for a short while. For, originally, we were all-silent. In that state, we experienced supreme peace and bliss. Let us, therefore, all be calm for sometime. I mean, let us become our real selves and thus regain that lost realm of tranquility which is our Godly patrimonial right, for, our Father Almighty, you know, is all-calm."
Above is an extract from the first speech given by Miss Prakashmani and Miss Rattan Mohini in Japan 1954 at the Second World Religious Congress. They would participate in two more through 1954 and 1955. It is fascinating reading and shows a period of the development of BK understanding previously unclear. Their understanding in the 1950s was distinct to their earlier understanding of the 1930s and 1940s as well as not yet being the fully formed body of knowledge that exists today on the post-1969 BK path.
Apologies for taking a while to get this together and publish the documents. I've finally started transcribing to render it printable as well as searchable (mainly the former). I will post up links to the original documents as well, but for now here is the first of what will be around five or six speeches and messages of the time. The beautiful words of Dadi Prakashmani and Dadi Ratan Mohini (probably authored or at least translated by our wonderful Dada Anand Kishore).