Indira Renganathan

Guru Dhyanam-2

That Fulgency that speaks a lot
In silence
That Silence that stirs a lot
My silence
To that silent Fulgency I bow
A lot

To that fulgent Silence I ask
What's Truth
To that does that silent Fulgency
Speak not
Yet to that Silence I bow
A lot

That silent Fulgency is the lord
Of Wisdom
Wisdom He Himself so His mien..
Fulgent wisdom
To that fulgent Wisdom I bow
A lot

To that fulgent wisdom I ask
Who's God
To that does that silent Fulgency
Speak not
Yet to that wisdom I bow
A lot

That Wisdom, that Fulgency, that Silence
Speaks not
But in inly merge of Brahmam
Himself is
To that Brahmam himself I bow
A lot

To that Brahmam I ask not
Speak not
That Brahmam is the supreme Lord
Of lords
To that Supreme Lord I bow
A lot

That Supreme Lord in the north
Facing southward
That Dakshin Moorthy who wakes up
My soul
To that Lord Dakshinamoorthy I bow
A lot

To that Truth, to that God
And Brahmam
That that helps reclused to watch
From within
To that awakening Guru I bow
A lot

That Lord who mellows my life
To live
That Lord who untangles me from
Transient Maya
That Lord who helps me shine
From within
That Lord who helps me drown
In Brahmam
That Lord Who through sound silence
Preaching all
That Lord who with meditative eyes
Watching all
That Lord who beacons the souls
To admonish
That Lord who accords to our
Prayers all
To that Lord, Guru I bow
A lot

Submitted: Saturday, March 22, 2014
Edited: Thursday, June 12, 2014
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