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General topics / Re: Saiva Canon 7 of Saint Sundaramurti Swamigal:
« Last post by Subramanian.R on February 16, 2019, 09:38:03 AM »
Verse  6:

நாத்தா னும்உனைப் பாடல்அன்
    றிநவி லாதெனாச்
சோத்தென்று தேவர் தொழநின்ற
    சுந்தரச் சோதியாய்
பூத்தாழ் சடையாய் புக்கொளி
    யூர்அவி னாசியே
கூத்தா உனக்குநான் ஆட்பட்ட
    குற்றமுங் குற்றமே.

The beautiful light that remains to be worshipped by the celestial beings, by saying, salutation to you, who are inferior, adding our tongues will not speak about anything else except praising you!
God who has matted locks, hanging low and wearing flowers!
God who dwells at the temple, Avināsi in Pukkoḷiyūr!
Dancer!
Is my nature of becoming your slave, fault?

Arunachala Siva.
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General topics / Re: Saiva Canon 7 of Saint Sundaramurti Swamigal:
« Last post by Subramanian.R on February 16, 2019, 09:34:08 AM »
Verse  5:

அரங்காவ தெல்லா மாயிடு
    காடது அன்றியும்
சரங்கோலை வாங்கி வரிசிலை
    நாணியிற் சந்தித்துப்
புரங்கோட எய்தாய் புக்கொளி
    யூர்அவி னாசியே
குரங்காடு சோலைக் கோயில்கொண்
    டகுழைக் காதனே.

Siva who is at the temple, Avināsi in Pukkoḷiyūr.
God who wears a men's ear-ring and dwells in the garden where monkeys dance.
The stage for your dance is the cremation ground where everyone perishes.
In addition to that,
you shot an arrow by fixing the arrow in the bow-string as the inhabitants of the three cities, deviated from the path of virtue.

Arunachala Siva.
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General topics / Re: Saiva Canon 7 of Saint Sundaramurti Swamigal:
« Last post by Subramanian.R on February 16, 2019, 09:28:41 AM »
Verse 4:


உரைப்பார் உரைஉகந் துள்கவல்
    லார்தங்கள் உச்சியாய்
அரைக்கா டரவா ஆதியும்
    அந்தமும் ஆயினாய்
புரைக்காடு சோலைப் புக்கொளி
    யூர்அவி னாசியே
கரைக்கால் முதலையைப் பிள்ளை
    தரச்சொல்லு காலனையே.

You desire the words of those who praise you.
You are seated on the heads of those who are able to think of you, never forgetting you.
God who has tied in the waist a cobra that can dance, spreading its hood.
You are the origin and the end of all things.
God who is at the temple, Avināsi, in Pukkoḷiyūr, which has superior forests and parks of tender trees.  Order Yama to return the child to the crocodile and the crocodile to deliver it on the bank of the tank.

Arunachala Siva.
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General topics / Re: Saiva Canon 7 of Saint Sundaramurti Swamigal:
« Last post by Subramanian.R on February 16, 2019, 09:22:18 AM »
Verse 3:


எங்கேனும் போகினும் எம்பெரு
    மானை நினைந்தக்கால்
கொங்கே புகினுங் கூறைகொண்
    டாறலைப் பார்இலை
பொங்கா டரவா புக்கொளி
    யூர்அவி னாசியே
எங்கோ னேஉனை வேண்டிக்கொள்
    வேன்பிற வாமையே.


Siva who has worn angry and dancing cobras!
God who dwells at the temple Avināsi in Pukkoḷiyūr!
Our master!
If I think of you who is our Lord.
If I enter into Koṅgu Nādu or anywhere else,
there is no one who robs me on the highway of my clothes.
I would request you to save me from being born again.

Arunachala Siva.
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Quote: "funny how everything is something , huh ? .... lol"


Dear Sri Beloved Absrtact, funny how is the ABSTRACT your Beloved!  , huh ? .... lol!! Duality? Nay!  Everything is not something, EVERYTHING  IS  BRAHMAN!! Therefore, stop telling your own story, and be. 
Anil
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Bhagwan Sri Ramana:

1. The world is so unhappy because it is ignorant of the true Self. Man's real nature is happiness. Happiness is inborn in the true Self. Man's search for happiness is an unconscious search for his true Self. The true Self is imperishable; therefore, when a man finds it, he finds a happiness which does not come to an end.

2. Know Thyself. All else will be known to thee of its own accord. Discriminate between the undying, unchanging, all-pervading, infinite Atma and the ever-changing, phenomenal and perishable universe and body. Enquire, "Who am I?" Make the mind calm. Free yourself from all thoughts other than the simple thought of the Self or Atma. Dive deep into the chambers of your heart. Find out the real, infinite "I". Rest there peacefully for ever and become identical with the Supreme Self.

3. he Self is only one. Do you feel hurt if you blame yourself or scorn yourself for your errors? If you hold the Self there is no second person to scorn you. When you see the world you have lost hold of the Self. On the contrary, hold the Self and the world will not appear.

4. Relative knowledge pertains to the mind and not to the Self. It is therefore illusory and not permanent. Take a scientist, for instance. He formulates a theory that the Earth is round and goes on to prove it on an incontrovertible basis. When he falls asleep the whole idea vanishes; his mind is left a blank. What does it matter whether the world remains round or flat when he is asleep? So you see the futility of all such relative knowledge. One should go beyond relative knowledge and abide in the Self. Real knowledge is such experience, and not apprehension by the mind.

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General topics / Re: Smaranad Arunachalam
« Last post by Beloved Abstract on February 16, 2019, 07:46:11 AM »
the stories are the illusion ... silence is truth
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funny how everything is something , huh ? .... lol
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General topics / Re: Saiva Canon 7 of Saint Sundaramurti Swamigal:
« Last post by Subramanian.R on February 16, 2019, 07:06:11 AM »
Verse  2:

வழிபோவார் தம்மோடும் வந்துடன்
    கூடிய மாணிநீ
ஒழிவ தழகோசொல் லாய்அரு
    ளோங்கு சடையானே
பொழிலா ருஞ்சோலைப் புக்கொளி
    யூரிற் குளத்திடை
இழியாக் குளித்த மாணிஎன்
    னைக்கிறி செய்ததே.

Siva who has abundance of grace and has the form of an ascetic!
What is the playful mischief committed by the bachelor who bathed descending into the tank in Puk Kōḷiyūr, which has gardens of big trees and park full of young trees?
Is it fitting your greatness that the bachelor who joined the group of people visiting temples should die in your presence?

Arunachala Siva.

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General topics / Smaranad Arunachalam
« Last post by Anand on February 16, 2019, 06:59:35 AM »
Dear friends, Along with the efforts on self enquiry we should also whenever time permits, read about the exploits of the Lord of Arunachala as mentioned in Arunachala Purana and Arunachala Mahatyam.
This cuts across all religions since the Lord of Arunachala is the one Almighty supreme Being and his stories associated with  mother Parvati stories, are of the non dual being aspect and active aspect of the one supreme Being, names being incidental.
The stories purify us and can take us to liberation in their own right. Smaranad Arunachala or remembering Arunachala always should be our parallel sadhana in unrealising our untrue nature. Regards to all. Even if we are repeatedly born, only to read about the exploits of the Lord of Arunachala, even salvation cannot compare with this joy.



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