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ULLadu Narpadu - 90
« on: May 15, 2010, 11:36:50 AM »

Regarding the verses 14,15, and 16 of ULLadu Narpadu,  Muruganar
covers the contents in a few of his Padamalai verses:

Verse 37:  Once your consciousness has become clear, all differences
disappear and everything will appear as the nature of the Self (tanmaya).  (It means there is no you and he.)

Verse 38:  The distinctions, sentient (chetana = the Self) and insentient (the world, mind and body) are negated in the perspective
of the resplendent consciousness of the Self.

Verse 39:  Why do you regard yourself as the form of the mind,
perceive all the differences and get frightened?

Verse 40:  Differences are perceived by the ego.  When the ego
has departed, there is nothing seen as "other."

Verse 41:  The clarity in which the sense of differences (bheda-
buddhi) does not arise, is the extreme perfection (Paripurna) that
exists as Consciousnes of Being.

Verse 42:  The world that appears so wonderful consists merely
of names and forms.  Transient as a bubble, it exists only at the level of five senses.

Verse 43:  The impressions of the five senses that adhere to you are a monumental edifice created by the frenzied mind, merely to create its own prosperous existence.

Verse 44:  Do not let your attention dwell on the concept (that is the world).  Stop perceiving sense objects and know that the world is merely a dream.

Verse 45:  Why give up the marvellous experience of peace, by desiring imaginary and degraded sense enjoyments?

Verse 46:  The mind is Brahman when the desire for the five sense objects, which arises through the expansion of mind, has left.

Verse 47:  The basic form consciousness always pays attention to the five sense perceptions, seeing them as objects.  The superior consciousness attends to itself and remains merged with itself.

Verse 48:  Those who are enjoying the excellent bliss of Samadhi,
knowing their real nature, will not get deluded by what is false and then seek objects perceived by the five senses.

Verse 49:  For those who are enjoying in their Heart the bliss of
Swarupa, which is free from anxiety, there is nothing enjoyable in the objects perceived by the five senses. 

Arunachala Siva.