idhaya pAsuram

மாணிக்கவாசகர் அருளிய திருவாசகம் கோயில் திருப்பதிகம் எட்டாம் திருமுறை திருச்சிற்றம்பலம் இன்று எனக்கு அருளி இருள் கடிந்து உள்ளத்து எழுகின்ற ஞாயிறே போன்று நின்ற நின் தன்மை நினைப்பற நினைந்தேன் நீயலாற் பிறிது மற்றின்மை சென்று சென்று அணுவாய்த் தேய்ந்து தேய்ந்து ஒன்றாம் திருப்பெருந்துறை உறை சிவனே! ஒன்றும் நீ அல்லை அன்றி ஒன்றில்லை யார் உன்னை அறியகிற்பாரே? திருச்சிற்றம்பலம் mANikkavAcakar aruLiya thiruvAcakam kOyil thiruppadhikam eTTAm thirumuRai thirucciRRambalam inRu enakku aruLi iruL kaDin^thu uLLaththu ezukinRa nyAyiRE pOnRu n^inRa n^in thanmai n^inaippaRa n^inain^thEn n^IyalAR piRithu maRRinmai cenRu cenRu aNuvAyth thEyn^thu thEyn^thu onRAm thirupperun^thuRai uRai civanE onRum n^I allai anRi onRillai yAr unnai aRiyakiRpArE? thirucciRRambalam

Explanation of song:

Today, doing grace to me, thrashing out darkness, like the Sun raising in the mind, the way You stood - I thought without (interruption and re)thinking. Other than You there is nothing else. With the passing, as an atomic Thing, diminishing and diminishing to become One - that shivA of thirupperunthuRai! Nothing is You, there is nothing without (You). Who can realize You? Notes: 1. This song is called the "idhaya pAcuram" in thiruvAcakam. 2. The soul has felt the presence of God and has started rejoicing the Grace that thwarts darkness. This is not a joy that is short-living. Without any cessation the soul rejoices the grace leaving out any need for re-initiating it. All the noise fades away and only the Bliss giving Supreme stays. Now "with no stop in this experience" the soul sees the world seen by all others. There is nothing in the world that could be the transcendent Supreme and there is nothing in the world in which God is not immanent. c.f. maraththai maRaiththathu mAmatha yAnai maraththin maRain^thathu mAmatha yAnai paraththai maRaiththathu pArmuthal bUdham paraththin maRain^thathu pArmuthal bUdhamE. - thiruman^dhiram. 3. kaDidhal - acting ferociously on; nyAyiRu - sun.
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