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Municharya Panchakam
« on: July 22, 2009, 11:45:18 AM »
Naryana Guru, as I mentioned also wrote a Municharya Panchakam
on Bhagavan Ramana and sent it from Kerala to Tiruvannamalai.

The verses read as under:

1. "Will not the arm as a pillow serve and the floor as a couch
to the one who sanctifies the ground beneath with every fall
of his feet?  To the Sage released from passions, of what use
is the lowly lucre?  Transcending all enjoyments, he enjoys,
having he realization of "That thou art"

2.  "Excellent in eloquence or else controlled in speech, a scholar
at times and an ingnoramous a while, the Sage wanders,
settles down or gets up.  Having got a body, transient, conditioned
by time, all the time, he abides in the seat of the Self, the un-
conditioned Knowledge Supreme."   

3.  "Consuming, for maintenance of the body, the food, unsought,
unsolicited, gives by divine design, the Sage sleeps on the wayside,
without a worry."

4.  "Always perceiving the Self, he attains his own imperishable,
unparalleled state, sparkling with the union of his Self and the
Supreme Self -- the state of Truth-Consciousness-Bliss."

5.  "Not involved in the arguments about Existence and Non
Existence, turning his face away from this and that, he attains
to the impeceptible, intangible, atomic, grandiose, unsullied high."   

Narayana Guru always described Bhagavan Ramana as Raja Sarpam,
the King Cobra!

Arunachala Siva.